Dear Students, Families, Faculty and Staff: Recently the Onondaga County Health Department has reported a notable decline in new COVID infections and hospitalizations across the Central New York region. This positive trend, combined with significantly reduced population density on our…
Black Health and Wellness Expo Events Promote Balance of Mental and Physical Well-Being
This year’s national Black History Month theme is health and wellness to help encourage the balance of mental health and physical health, share different lessons about the Black experience, and celebrate achievements in different areas of life.
In alignment with the University’s Black History Month programming, as well as the national theme of “Black Health and Wellness” for Black History Month, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion has partnered with the Barnes Center at The Arch to present the Black Health and Wellness Expo:
- Climate Change: Impact on the Culture
- The 2022 Impact of Relationships on the Black Community with Melody M. Brown G’17, LMFT
- MOVE-IT Workout
- Supporting Black Mental Health through Self Care
- Pop-up for Sex (Ed)
- Meal Prep – For Those Who Get It
For more information about the Black History Month celebration, complete event details and additional events, visit the University Events Calendar.