As Your Gateway to Health & Wellness, the Health & Wellness Hub employs a number of different staff members, including full-time staff, part-time Graduate Student Assistants (GSAs), and student peer educators.
The Health & Wellness Hub employs the following staff:
Director of Health & Wellness Promotion
Assistant Director of Health & Wellness Promotion
Graduate Student Assistants
- Alcohol and Other Drugs GSA:
The Alcohol & Other Drugs (AOD) GSA works closely with the Health & Wellness Education GSA and the Health & Wellness Hub Administrative Assistant. More specifically, the AOD GSA is responsible for the direct supervision of the seven AOD Peer Educators. The AOD GSA also works with other campus organizations to collaborate on health and wellness promotion and education efforts.
- Assessment GSA:
The Assessment GSA assists with health and wellness planning and needs assessment to enhance student academic success and retention. The Assessment GSA also does the following duties: describes, analyzes, and interprets data; conducts literature reviews, focus groups, evaluations, and surveys; develops learning goals, objectives, and outcomes and assists with program evaluations; prepares and presents reports to assist the campus community in understanding and responding to student health and wellness needs, issues and trends.
- Health & Wellness Education GSA:
The Health & Wellness Education (HWE) GSA works closely with the Alcohol and Other Drugs GSA, and the Health & Wellness Hub Administrative Assistant. More specifically, the HWE GSA is responsible for the direct supervision of the Health & Wellness Peer Educators who cover the following topic areas: Mental Health, General & Sexual Health, Physical Activity, and Nutrition. The HWE GSA also works with other campus organizations to collaborate on health and wellness promotion and education efforts.
- Healthy UND GSA
The Healthy UND GSA provides support to the Healthy UND Coalition in implementing the Healthy UND 2020 priorities (alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, physical activity, nutrition, mental health, and healthy relationships/social skills) and other coalition activities. Other duties include: research best practices; facilitate systematic, timely and effective communication; prepare agendas, minutes, reports and materials; coordinate and conduct meetings, presentations, and events; and assist in advocating for campus/community programs, policies and environments which encourage healthy choices and enhance academic and personal success.
- Program Lead:
The Program Lead is a unique position responsible for coordinating the program planning and implementation process for the Health & Wellness Hub. The Program Lead works closely with the Health & Wellness Promotion staff to plan or co-plan Health & Wellness programs, coordinate with other campus departments and student organizations, brainstorm marketing strategies for events, coordinate schedules to staff events, assess the effectiveness of events, and all other duties as assigned.
Peer Educators are student staff members who serve as a positive role model to UND students by demonstrating good judgment, ethical behavior and respect for others and self, especially in relation to health and wellness issues. Expectations of the position are as follows: 1) Complete weekly research on your topic area, 2) Develop program, presentations, and outreach initiatives for UND students related to your position's topic, 3) Exhibit a non-judgmental, caring attitude and show respect for diversity, and 4) All other duties as assigned.
Peer educators are assigned to one of the following topic areas:
- Alcohol and Other Drugs
- General Health
- Mental Health
- Physical Activity
- Sexual Health