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Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

Originally developed in 2010 at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Services, “The Buzz” is an alcohol education presentation that uses interactive activities and myth busting facts to facilitate a conversation about alcohol use on college campuses.  This presentation involves trivia and a wide variety of games to provide useful information about alcohol in a playful and relaxed manner.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

One Wave 1.0 is a overview workshop aims to introduce students to the One Wave Bystander Intervention Program.  In this condensed training you will learn how to recognize potential moments of harm, effective strategies to use to help you intervene when something gets your gut, and how to proactively play a role in sexual assault prevention

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please e-mail whp@tulane.edu.

 

One Wave 1.0 is a overview workshop aims to introduce students to the One Wave Bystander Intervention Program.  In this condensed training you will learn how to recognize potential moments of harm, effective strategies to use to help you intervene when something gets your gut, and how to proactively play a role in sexual assault prevention

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please e-mail whp@tulane.edu.

 

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