By Bryan Lipiner // June 2, 2020
Together, with Arist, a student led startup, Wellness & Prevention Services has launched a 20 day text course on social connection. The course’s purpose is to highlight the importance of social connection to the overall health and well-being of Babson students.
By Bryan Lipiner // April 28, 2020
This article highlights the number of virtual programs and services that are available to Babson students. These include the more than 10 virtual support groups and providing a virtual alternative to CARE Week.
By Bryan Lipiner // April 9, 2020
This article takes a look at some of the ways that the Division of Student Affairs has worked to keep students engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic. The article spotlights efforts made by Health & Wellness, as well as Babson College Dining Services and the Office of Student Engagement.
By Brianna Radicioni // February 7, 2020
Interested in learning new ways to build healthier habits. Hear directly from Health & Wellness staff members on how to stay healthy this semester.
By Greta Anderson // December 18, 2019
This article in Inside Higher Ed, discusses the efforts that higher education institutions are taking to address academic stress. The author, who interviewed Associate Dean Ryan Travia, specifically highlights Babson’s efforts to promote healthy stress management on campus.
By Adam Hargraves // November 22, 2019
In this article by the Greenfield Recorder, Emily Woodward, a member of the Peers on Wellness, is profiled. The article discusses Emily’s success at Babson both on and off the volleyball court and highlights her work as a member of POW.
By Brianna Radicioni // November 6, 2019
Babson Thought & Action gives a compelling profile of the Peers on Wellness through the eyes of two of its members, Kaylan Ramkumar and Catherine Ferri. Kal and Catherine talk about their favorite POW events and what they have gained from their leadership experiences.
By Ryan M. Travia, James G. Larcus, Stacy Andes, and Paula G. Gomes // October 2019
This whitepaper published by the American College Health Foundation and Aetna Student Health seeks to highlight innovative college health practices. The goal of this paper is to inspire institutions to consider new ways of promoting well-being for both students and employees.
By Needham Channel // April 19, 2019
In collaboration with the Needham Channel, REACH Beyond Domestic Violence hosted a panel to provide tips for parents to protect their children from sexual assault. The panel features Ashleigh Hala, the Director of Wellness & Prevention Services at Babson College, as well as Karin Raye (Assistant Professor at Lasell College), Rame Hanna (Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Olin College).
By Babson Athletics // January 16, 2018
This press release details the three-year, $30,000 NCAA CHOICES grant to fund Project TEAM (Team Engagement for Alcohol Management). The program uses an original and innovative model to address the culture of high-risk drinking at the school. Project TEAM will be a joint project between the Babson College Departments of Athletics and Recreation and Health and Wellness.
By Babson Magazine // August 1, 2017
In a candid interview with Babson Magazine, Sharon Yardley discusses her decision to enter the field of college health. She details her transition from criminal justice to nursing, her lifelong passion.
By Jessica L. Atcheson // May 1, 2017
The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center profiles Ashleigh Hala and the work she does as the inaugural Director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Services. The profile also discusses Ashleigh’s experience with BARCC’s Summer Institute training.
By Reach Beyond Domestic Violence // January 4, 2017
In partnership with REACH, members of Health & Wellness along with other Babson staff, screened Escalation, a film created by the One Love Foundation. Screeners then discussed how the film could be used to help diversify learning opportunities for the Babson community.