PULSE: The heart of campus wellness
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What is PULSE? PULSE is a student-run, UHS-sponsored group of trained health and social justice advocates who are available across campus and active in residence halls and Greek houses. We promote health, wellness and social justice through individual conversations, event planning and health promotion. PULSE representatives help students maintain or enhance their health and wellness, and create an inclusive community.
What can PULSE do for you? PULSE members can act as your personal resources. We are prepared with information regarding health, wellness and social justice as well as knowledge of campus resources which we may direct you to if you have further questions. PULSE also collaborates with other campus organizations such as AODPP, CAPS, U-Move, Sexperteam and many others to provide programming that is open to all UM students. Look for PULSE members in your own residential community and around campus.
While UHS sees each PULSE member as a valuable influence on student health, E-Board members engage in a formal advising role with UHS staff.
Executive Board Chair: Lilly Jordan
Healthy Halls Chair: Aishwarya Navalpakam
Healthy Houses Chair: Elizabeth Ephraim
Special Projects Chair: Jenn Looney
Communications Chair: Ryan Achtman
Member Coordinator: Stephanie Jacques
Training and Evaluation Coordinator: Kimberly Mott
Contact us: Email email@example.com, Call 734-763-1320