Center for Alcohol and Related Issues Education

 

Health Promotions Grant Board

The Health Promotion Grant's student advisory board will review all submitted grant requests. All meetings are held in the Grindstone room which is located on the first floor of the Strosacker Student Union.  Meetings are held on Thursdays at 12:00 Noon.  Dates for the 2013-2014 academic year are listed below. For a copy of the grant rules and sample format, and grading criteria please see the following links: 
Rules & Sample  Grading Criteria
   

Meeting Dates for 2013-2014

October 3, 2013

February 13, 2014

October 24, 2013

March 6, 2014

November 14, 2013

March 27, 2014

December 5, 2013

April 17, 2014

January 23, 2014

* May 1, 2014- CANCELLED

 *NOTE:   The May 1, 2014 meeting is cancelled however, should you need a proposal reviewed by the Board, contact our Student Director Stephanie Nath and special arrangements can be made.

To become a member of the board no prior experience is required.  Students must be in good standing with the University and be committed to living a responsible and healthy lifestyle.   For questions about applying for a grant or to become a member, please contact Theresa Novak, CARE Coordinator tnovak@bw.edu or Stephanie Nath, Student Director  snath12@mail.bw.edu.

Leadership

Stephanie Nath

Student Director

snath12@mail.bw.edu

Stephanie is a senior Public Health major and is minoring in Biology.  In addition to her role as Director of HPGB, she is the Vice President of the Public Health Club, a volunteer at Southwest General Hospital, and is involved with Cuyahoga County's Opiate Task Force.

Robert Hood

Assistant Director

rhood10@mail.bw.edu

Rob is a senior double majoring in Biology and Public Health.  He is involved with  Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and the Public Health Club.

Megan MacGregor

Graduate Intern/Advisor

mmacgreg@bw.edu

 Megan is a 2nd year graduate student in BW's Leadership in Higher Education program.  She received her Bachelor's degree from Ashland University in 2010 in Therapuetic Recreation.  Her desire to be in a helping profession and assisting others toward wellness led her to her current internship experience with CARE/MNM. She serves as the graduate intern for CARE/MNM.

Theresa Novak

Advisor

 

tnovak@bw.edu

Theresa is Assistant Director in Counseling Services/Director of Prevention and Outreach Services Counseling Services and also serves the College as Program Coordinator for the CARE Office, which oversees BWise and HPGB

 

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