One student’s approach to wellness at Grinnell.
Jonathan Miller-Lane’s talk explores the role of a liberal arts education in today’s world.
Jonathan Miller-Lane discusses the role the liberal arts education can play in today's society, with emphasis on an embodied approach.
Exercise improves sleep quality and daytime alertness.
A diet rich in vegetables and fruits has many health benefits.
President Kington's 12-week wellness challenge begins.
Live Well Grinnell provides resources, support, and encouragement to all members of our community (students, staff, faculty) as they seek their vision of optimal wellness in all dimensions.
Central tenets of Live Well Grinnell:
Live Well Grinnell serves students, faculty, and staff through multidimensional wellness programming. This includes activity classes such as spinning and yoga, preventative interventions such as flu shots, credit courses such as “The Off Campus Kitchen”, fitness center orientations, and alcohol and other drug education. The Hall Wellness Coordinators (HWCs), peer educators and resources, also are part of the wellness program. Live Well Grinnell provides a wellness reimbursement program and a biennial blood-screening for faculty and staff.