HB student groups
The Professional Development Committee (PDC) within the health behavior department is meant to compliment the Professional Development Seminar taught in the first year. Often, students seek more in depth information or technical assistance on certain topics, such as health communications, job searches, or resume workshops, which is offered through the PDC workshops. Usually in an informal setting, these additional learning opportunities are held about every 6 weeks during the school year and allow students to design, choose, and facilitate workshops that all HB students can benefit from.
HB Social Committee The Health Behavior Social Committee brings together students who have a desire to plan events throughout the school year that include not only students, but faculty, staff, and local alumni. Members of the Social Committee plan regular HB events, an end-of-year party, and the Annual Holiday Party.
The Global Health Roundtable is a forum for Health Behavior students and faculty with an interest in global health to come together to share ideas, experiences and skill sets. The Roundtable is intended to complement other global health groups within the school by focusing specifically on the application of HB core skills to a variety of global health problems. Activities include roundtable discussions with speakers; social events that bring together students, alumni and faculty; short training sessions in skill sets related to international work; and a book club.
Minority Student Caucus
The Minority Student Caucus is a University wide group that many Health Behavior students are active in. To learn about MSC, please visit their website.