University Health Center Student Advisory Board

2020-21 University Health Center Student Advisory Board
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Our Mission

The University Health Center Student Advisory Board will represent the University of Nebraska-Lincoln student body with regard to the health and wellness of the University community.

The Board will advise the assessing, planning, and implementing of programs for the University Health Center and make recommendations to the University Health Center staff and administration on topics related to student health and wellness.

The Board is responsible for maintaining a relationship with the administration and supporting the mission of the University Health Center and its affiliated programs and services while promoting healthy living for all students, faculty, and staff.

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Our Vision

The University Health Center Student Advisory Board is committed to promoting all nine dimensions of well-being for all students, faculty, and staff at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The Board strives to create an open dialogue about health and wellness on campus and the importance of balanced physical and mental well-being.

The Board supports efforts to educate the University community about health issues through social media campaigns, on-campus events, and personal interactions with the community at-large.

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Our Scope

The scope of the University Health Center Student Advisory Board will be to engage students in important discussions about health and well-being.

The Board will utilize social media, personal interactions, on-campus events, and other marketing tools to foster a campus-wide conversation about mental and physical health and their importance for success in academic and professional endeavors.

When necessary, the Board will serve as a review committee for new University Health Center programs or services as requested by University Health Center Administrators.

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When We Meet

The Board meets Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. via Zoom.

Although only students elected to the board may vote on issues, board meetings and committee participation are open to any interested students.

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Submit Your Comments and Suggestions

We appreciate receiving comments and suggestions from UNL students, faculty and staff members and community members about all aspects of the University Health Center.

If you would like a University Health Center Student Advisory Board member to reply to your message, please include your name and contact information.

Submit comments and suggestions by emailing unl.uhc.sab@gmail.com.

Current Board Members

Julia Curtis
Julia Curtis

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Nutrition and Dietetics
Year in School: Senior
Fun Fact: I am from Boston, MA!
Reason for Joining the SAB: I joined the SAB to work with other positive students who want to spread more information about health and wellness across campus. I also wanted to help students be more educated on all of the great services that the health center has to offer. In the future, I want to work in the healthcare field so I thought this would be a valuable experience!

Megan Davey
Megan Davey

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Journalism
Year in School: Sophomore
Fun Fact: I have been to eight countries!
Reason for Joining the SAB: I joined the UHCSAB because I am passionate about healthcare and wanted to help students learn how great of a resource the Health Center can be for them!

Elizabeth Eidem
Elizabeth Eidem

Pronouns:: Not specified

Major: Biochemistry
Year in School: Junior
Fun Fact: I love going on walks around campus!
Reason for Joining the SAB: II joined the UHC SAB because I wanted to see the inner workings of the accommodating care provided at the University Health Center and have a hand in making this care more well-known to the campus community.

Alexis Finch
Alexis Finch

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Biology
Year in School: Junior
Fun Fact: I've had my art in a gallery!
Reason for Joining the SAB: I joined the UHCSAB so that I could help advocate for students and their health care needs. I also wanted to help students understand more about their health and wellness and how to take advantage of the health care options on campus.

Grace Heath
Grace Heath

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Women and gender studies and Nutrition and health sciences: community health and wellness option
Year in School: Senior
Fun Fact: I’m passionate about women health and health equity
Reason for Joining the SAB: I wanted to be a part of making positive changes at the health center so that hopefully everyone can receive equal and quality care.

Elizabeth Jardee
Elizabeth Jardee

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Junior
Year in School: Sophomore
Fun Fact: I’m left handed!
Reason for Joining the SAB: I joined UHCSAB because I am passionate about advocating and providing healthcare access to all. I love the sciences and am hopeful to work in the healthcare field post graduation and am wanting to further my knowledge of how to help others in my own community.

Jared Mulder
Jared Mulder

Pronouns:: Not specified

Major: Nutrition Science
Year in School: Junior
Fun Fact: I'm an ordained minister!
Reason for Joining the SAB: I care about this university and the students in it. I want to contribute to our mission of making the health community at UNL the best that it can be for my peers and for those who come after.

Ian Rich
Ian Rich

Pronouns:: He/Him

Major: Biochemistry on the Pre-Med Track
Year in School: Junior
Fun Fact: I have been to every Six Flags amusement park in the country.
Reason for Joining the SAB: I joined the University Health Center Student Advisory Board because I wanted to help create a welcoming environment that enabled every student at UNL to have access to a phenomenal health care experience.

Kate Schmidt
Kate Schmidt

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Biology
Year in School: Junior
Fun Fact: I think the best way to eat microwave popcorn is with a boat load of garlic salt on top and chopsticks.
Reason for Joining the SAB: I joined the University Health Center Student Advisory Board to learn more about how the health center makes an impact on campus and see how I can help improve its efforts so those in our community can live their healthiest lives.

Kelbie Schnieder
Kelbie Schnieder

Pronouns:: She/Her

Major: Nutrition, Exercise, and Health Sciences
Year in School: Junior
Fun Fact: I am extremely accident prone-just ask to hear one of them anytime you see me!
Reason for Joining the SAB: Become more involved with the Health Center to promote wellbeing of students and educate all members of the UNL community of the resources available to them through the health center.

For more information, contact us at unl.uhc.sab@gmail.com.