Office of Student Life

Student Wellness Center

Presentations

Presentation Topic Areas

The Student Wellness Center offers educational presentations on the follow topics:

Individuals or groups interested in a Body Project session, please fill out the Body Project Presentation Request Form.

Please fill out the form below to request a presentation. Please read below to learn more about Fall 2021 presentation offerings and mode of delivery.

Synchronous Offerings
Presentations will be offered by a Student Wellness Center staff member to your organization, class or group at the requested time live in-person, or via Zoom.

Financial: Budgeting and Credit Basics

Nutrition: Fueling for Life

Stress / Resiliency: Life's Tough, and So Are You!

Sexual Health: Let's Talk About Sex

Alcohol and Other Drugs: AOD 101

Asynchronous
Presentations have been pre-recorded by a Student Wellness Center staff member and will be shared via One Drive. You will have access to the recording for 2 weeks.  

Alcohol: The Buzz on Booze

Nutrtion: From Dining Halls to Dining Out

Nutrition: The Weight of Stigma in Diet Culture

Nutrition: Plant-Based Diets: What’s at ‘steak’?

Nutrition: Mindful Eating in the N.O.W. Moment

Other Drugs: The Blunt Truth

Relationship Education and Violence Prevention: Relationship Goals

Sexual Health: Let's Talk about Sex

Stress Management: Unplugged: Finding Balance in a Digital World

Stress Management: Life's Tough - So are You! 

Stress Management: Living My Best Life: Thriving Socially in College 

 

Are you interested in a presentation or training that is not listed above? Please email wellness@osu.edu with details of your request and a member of our team will be in touch with you. Please note that special presentation requests require a four week notice.

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Requester Information

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Presentation Information


Please consult with your department head prior to scheduling a presentation (if applicable).

While every effort will be made to accommodate your request, presentation schedules depend upon the availability of the presenter. At least two weeks' notice is encouraged.