Julie Gibbs, M.P.H. - Director
Dianna Schalles, M.S., R.D., L.D. - Health Educator, Dietitian
Shelley Cunningham, R.N., B.S.N., L.B.S.W., M.S. - Health Educator, Webmaster
Jenny Yuen, M.P.H. - Health Educator
to obtain information for personal growth and knowledge, and/or speeches/reports or referral from health care provider for additional instruction on specific health concern, i.e. nutrition counseling, smoking cessation.
American Heart Association CPR and first aid training
Complete the desired course online then come to Lafene for skills practice and testing. Call 785.532.6595 to schedule your training session.
(K-Staters Inspired to Stop Smoking)
Smoking awareness and cessation information. Call 785.532.6595 to schedule your personal appointment.
literature available free of charge on an appointment basis.
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K-State students' health questions answered. If you have a question, call 785.532.6595.
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Published health information available to you.
Internet links to health and safety information.
for undergraduate credit.
This course addresses pertinent health topics that impact college students and gives them the knowledge to make informed decisions when faced with difficult situations. The course is completed entirely online through Kansas State University. Upon completion, the student will earn 3 undergraduate credit hours which can be applied to the University General Education (UGE) requirements. Enroll in Healthful & Safe College Life through iSIS. Course Links are available as health and safety resources.
(Sexual Health Awareness
S.H.A.P.E. is a course worth three K-State 8 or University General Education (UGE) credits. In addition to becoming a peer educator, members gain leadership experience, improve public speaking skills, & inform peers about being safer.
(Sexual Health Awareness
Peer educators will present safer sex and responsible choices information to your campus group.
(Sensible Nutrition And body
Peer educators will present nutrition information to your campus group.
(Student Health Advisory Committee)
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) exists to ensure that adequate health care is provided for the students of Kansas State University. SHAC is an advisory committee appointed by the Student Body President and works with both the President and Student Senate. Members of SHAC meet at least biweekly throughout the fall and spring semesters.
for any organized student group, faculty and staff of the University, and for any community organization upon request .