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Student-athletes train to become active bystanders

By the end of the 2015 Winter semester, all student athletes will complete education and training for Eastern Michigan University’s “Step Up, Stand Up: Be An Active Bystander” program.

The Step Up Program was developed by Dr. Kay Woodiel, a professor of health education at EMU, and Dr. Melissa Rosenblum, a staff psychologist and coordinator of Outreach Programs for Counseling and Psychological Services at Snow Health Center in 2012 and is accessible to all students.

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Healthy Minds Jeopardy Hour

This event is organized by EMU Health Education graduate students to promote tobacco-free campus policy, substance use awareness and mental health/wellness on campus.

EMU graduate continues to find success at Ivy League school

Since graduating Eastern Michigan University in the spring of 2014, Honors alum Nino Monea has been making the most out of living in Cambridge Massachusetts while attending Harvard Law School, including enjoying the local cuisine—right down to the clam chowder.

“It's quite good, although it's typically pronounced "chowdah" around here!” Monea said.