All students deserve equitable access to wellness: Societal, cultural, historical, and environmental factors fundamentally impact health. We are committed to building a culture of well-being that is accessible to all.
Everyone’s wellness is connected: Each of us impacts the health of our campus community. We seek to infuse well-being into campus culture, address systemic challenges to well-being, and support positive social norms.
Holistic wellness is part of success: We are committed to partnering with students to integrate all aspects of their well-being including: intellectual, occupational, spiritual, environmental, emotional, physical, financial, and social.
Every student’s path to well-being is unique: We support students in authoring their own definitions of happy, well, successful, and healthy as they continue to build meaningful and authentic lives.
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Pharmacy Wellness Course: Pharmacy 507: Well-Being for Professional Success
As the College of Pharmacy sought to expand our well-being efforts and initiatives, seizing the opportunity to collaborate with Wolverine Wellness for the past several years has had a tremendous positive impact on our culture of well-being. From partnering in creation of a well-being elective, to customization of learning sessions for faculty, students, and staff, Mary Jo, Joy, and Kellie have been incredible partners as we seek to make well-being a priority within our community. From trainings within our community -- such as how faculty can serve as well-being ambassadors, how students can find motivation, and trauma-informed pedagogy -- to generating ideas for research and presenting at a national conference, our partnership has benefited the College of Pharmacy on so many levels. We are grateful for the support of Wolverine Wellness and would not have had the confidence, expertise, nor resources to expand our efforts without their partnership.~Jolene R. Bostwick, Assistant Dean for Co-Curriculum and Professional Development & Clinical Professor, College of Pharmacy