Annual Healthy Campus Summit
The Healthy Campus Summit provides an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and community members to learn about Binghamton University's progress on its Healthy Campus Initiative, B-Healthy: Choose Well, Be Well. The B-Healthy initiative originated in 2012 from one of President Harvey Stenger's Road Map strategic planning teams, which had the vision of making Binghamton University the healthiest college campus.
The 2018 Healthy Campus Summit was a huge success — thank you to everyone who attended. Plans are underway for the 2019 Summit and information will be posted as it is finalized.
Annual Health Fair
Binghamton University's annual Health Fair event returns to the East Gym, Recreation Center on Wednesday, March 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The annual event, hosted by Binghamton University Dining Services, in partnership with the Department of Campus Recreational Services and the Healthy Campus Initiative: B-Healthy, focuses on the health and wellness resources available to the University community, both on campus and off.
This year's special workshop is "Flex your Gratitude Muscle!", which complements the Healthy Campus Initiative's focus on building resiliency and grit. Practicing gratitude is one component related to building resilience — and we're providing students, faculty and staff a chance to flex their gratitude muscles through easy, fun and engaging activities.
In addition to the gratitude workshop, there will be raffle prizes, giveaways, refreshments, health screenings, fitness demos and information from community businesses, non-profit organizations and other groups in celebration of National Nutrition Month. We're looking forward to another successful year.
Learn about campus and community resources that will help enhance your well-being at the Health Fair. Groups include:
- the Binghamton University Dining Services (BUDS) Wellness Team,
- the BUDS Sustainability Team,
- Campus Recreation,
- Health Promotion and Prevention Services,
- the Family Enrichment Network,
- the Multicultural Resource Center, Tri-City Hearing,
- the UHS Stay Healthy Center,
- Binghamton University's Employee Assistance Program
- and more.