Education professor talks couponing and financial wellness Feb. 20


David L. Dodds

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College of Education & Human Development


Sandra Short, professor of physical education, exercise science and wellness, in the University of North Dakota College of Education and Human Development, will present "Couponing: A Contribution to Financial Wellness, at noon, Wednesday, Feb. 20, in Room 113 of the UND Education building.

Short's lecture is part of the "Deans for Wellness" Lecture Series sponsored by the College. The "Deans for Wellness Initiative" is part of a University-wide effort sparked by the UND Associate Provost Steve Light and coordinated by Kim Ruliffson of the UND Work Well program. This is an innovative health and wellness initiative that is part of the Exceptional UND Strategic Priorities to enhance the quality of life for faculty and staff.

For its part, the College of Education and Human Development, under the direction of Interim Dean Dennis Caine, is holding a lecture series throughout the spring semester that is open to staff, faculty and students and focuses on faculty sharing their expertise in multi-dimensional health and wellness topics to the UND community. Short's talk is the second of the series.

Here are a list of future lectures:

March 20 Tanis Hastmann, Ph.D., MPH, Physical Education, Exercise Science and Wellness Obesity Prevention: Individual to Community, and Beyond

April 10 Sarah Edwards, Ph.D., Counseling Psychology and Community Services Lifelong Mental Well-Being

May 1 Lars Helgeson, Ph.D., Teaching and Learning The Effects of Stress and Stress Reduction