Health and Community WellnessExperiential Learning

The B.S. in Health and Community Wellness degree program engages students in hands-on experiences both in the classroom and through community initiatives to connect theory and knowledge to real-world situations.

The following list showcases some of the partnerships and learning opportunities available to our UWG Health and Wellness Students:

Health and Community WellnessExperiential Learning Resources

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Girls Empowering Movement (GEM)

Students partner with local middle schools to improve the health and wellbeing of middle school girls by empowering them to take the lead in developing physical activity programs designed by girls, for girls.
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Exercise is Medicine On Campus (EIM)

Students lead physical activity opportunities and physical activity education to minimize health risks for faculty, staff, and students.
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Wolves Don't Waste

Students recover food from dining halls and package meals to fight food insecurity and food waste on campus.
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Wolf Wellness Lab

An experiential learning space for students in Health and Community Wellness and Physical Education programs. The Wolf Wellness Lab supports faculty and staff initiatives to help create a healthier, more productive workforce. The goal is to build a culture of health by forming beneficial partnerships with the campus, and the community at large.
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Sources of Strength

Students partner with local high schools to provide youth mental health and suicide prevention programs designed to harness the power of peer social networks to create healthy norms and culture, ultimately preventing suicide, violence, bullying, and substance misuse.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact:

Chrissy Knoll, M.S.