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Further Wellness Issues for Higher Education

How to Promote Student Health During and After College

Edited by David S. Anderson

© 2017 – Routledge

246 pages

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This essential resource addresses a range of student wellness issues confronting professionals in college and university settings. Building on Wellness Issues for Higher Education, this latest volume comprehensively covers key topics that not only contribute to students’ success in college, but also help students maintain wellness after graduation. Taking a holistic perspective of wellness, coverage includes numerous issues, including body image, time management, financial wellness, dependence and recovery issues, career planning, and civic engagement. It also addresses ways of organizing campus efforts on wellness. Each topical chapter includes proactive wellness advice and prepares the reader to better understand the facts, issues, controversies, misconceptions, and strategies for addressing the issue. This practical guide prepares higher education and student affairs professionals to understand the wellness and health issues contributing to their students’ overall well-being both during and after college.

Reviews

A focus on a holistic approach to wellness and health issues for students has become one of the critical priorities facing higher education. This new book is an excellent resource for institutional leaders seeking a comprehensive approach to addressing the wide range of health and wellness issues on campus today.

Kevin Kruger, President, NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

Dr. Anderson’s latest volume moves beyond the focus on retention and graduation alone, to the holistic success of our students in reaching their fullest potential throughout their lifespan. These chapters call out multiple campus stakeholders, as well as practitioners, to serve as partners and collaborators in setting the conditions for health, well-being, and our ultimate goal: student success. This volume also sets a high priority in moving ideas to impacts more quickly, a critical factor in today’s tight fiscal environments.

Jenny Haubenreiser, Executive Director, Student Health Services, Oregon State University

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction: Wellness For the Future

David S. Anderson

SECTION I: EMOTIONAL WELLNESS

Chapter 2: Body Image: Supporting Healthy Ideas and Behaviors for a Diverse Student Population

Nicole Taylor and Mimi Nichter

SECTION II: SOCIAL WELLNESS

Chapter 3: Understanding Disability: The Psychological and Sociocultural Experience

M. Dolores Cimini

Chapter 4: Sexual Violence: Changing the Trajectory

Karen S. Moses

SECTION III: INTELLECTUAL WELLNESS

Chapter 5: Time Management: Finding Balance To Do It "All"

Michael McNeil

Chapter 6: Financial Wellness: A Campuswide Responsibility

Bryan Ashton

SECTION IV: PHYSICAL WELLNESS

Chapter 7: Disordered Eating: A Critical Need to Address on Campus

Bridget Guernsey Riordan

Chapter 8: Tobacco: Creating a Tobacco Free Campus

Jan L. Gascoigne and Aaron Mauner

Chapter 9: Substance Dependence and Recovery: Trading Stigma for Success

Tom Hall and Beth DeRicco

SECTION V: OCCUPATIONAL WELLNESS

Chapter 10: Career Wellness: From Great Depression, through Great Recession, to Great Ascension

Frances Lucas and R. Britton Katz

Chapter 11: Civic Engagement: Connecting Social Responsibility, Well-being, and Academic Success

Ashley Finley, Linda Major and Nancy Mitchell

SECTION VI: CAMPUS APPLICATIONS

Chapter 12: Organizing Wellness Issues: Walking Together to Build Bridges for Campuses Today and Communities Tomorrow

Todd S. Rose

About the Editor

David S. Anderson is Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, USA.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
EDU000000
EDUCATION / General
EDU001030
EDUCATION / Administration / Higher

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