Program Request Form
The following wellness programs and resources are available to all faculty, staff and students:
The following wellness programs and resources are available to all faculty, staff and students.
- Bystander Intervention Training: 'What are you doing for others?'-MLK Jr.. This workshop is focused on empowering each of us to be involved in preventing violence. Together we will be identifying problem behaviors, deciding when and how to intervene, and working through scenarios to practice getting involved in a safe environment. Participants will receive a certificate of participation.
- Recognizing Limits: Bystander Intervention for Alcohol Use This workshop deepens understanding of bystander intervention. Students learn how to recognize problem situations involving alcohol and develop strategies for intervening safely.
- How to Help a Sexual Assault Survivor: 1 in 4 college women will experience a sexual assault during her academic career (Newscaster). Learn how to respond if someone you know experiences a rape or sexual assault. Participants will learn how to help others recover from rape and sexual assault, tap into local resources, and get involved in prevention efforts at UB.
- Relationship Jeopardy: College takes relationship issues to the next level, and this game takes the conversation there too. This workshop utilizes a fun, competitive game to educate and test student's knowledge about healthy relationships, safer sex, sexual violence, relationship diversity and more.
- Gender Matters: An exploration and open discussion of gender, and its relationship to how we experience life - sex, television, sports, partying, violence, relationships, health, etc. The program separates the class into groups for a peer-facilitated activity, before bringing everyone back together for an open, honest discussion where nothing is off limits.
- Let's Get it On: The What's, Why's and How's of Consent: Sex with consent is sexy; sex without consent is rape. Respect yourself; respect your partner. This program is an honest dissection of what consent looks like in relationships and examines why it's so important.
- You + Me =? An Open Discussion About Relationships: This workshop is an opportunity to discuss with others the different types of relationships we may find ourselves taking part in and how to navigate these relationships.
- Preventing Burnout for Busy Student Leaders: Stress can seem unmanageable and sometimes we choose coping strategies that actually make things worse. In this session you will learn simple strategies to reduce stress and improve your overall health. We will discuss relaxation techniques, time management, sleep, diet, nutrition and more.
- Women and Alcohol Workshop: This program highlights the way women are affected by alcohol biologically, socially and culturally in comparison to men. Examples of alcohol use and high-risk drinking are put on the table for discussion. Strategies are shared to assist women to reduce their risks related to drinking alcohol.
- Safe Zone Network Training: The UB Safe Zone Network consists of staff, faculty and students dedicated to making UB an inclusive campus for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Ally students. To be involved in the Safe Zone Network, one must participate in a two-hour training session and agree to abide by UB Safe Zone Network expectations. More information about UB's Safe Zone Network.
- Becoming an Active LGBTQ Ally: The development of an inclusive environment at UB for LGBTQ students is enhanced by the presence and support of Allies. This training will provide the tools necessary to become an effective ally for the sexual and gender diversity on campus.
- A New Look at Gender and Sexuality: This program looks at gender and sexual diversity from a fresh perspective. Learn new ways to talk about and comprehend the complexities and intersections of gender identities and sexualities.
- Complete the form below at least 2 weeks in advance of desired program date
- Minimum number of attendees 10-12 (please advertise/promote the program to ensure participation)
- You are responsible for providing the presentation equipment on-site (computer, audio/speakers, projector, screen, etc.) If you cannot provide the equipment, please let us know.
- Our office will contact you to coordinate programs details and confirm a date for your program
- Your program is not confirmed until you are contacted by one of our staff members.