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Holly Rogers, Koru Mindfulness Co-Founder

Koru Mindfulness Co-Founder Holly Rogers Gives Keynote Address at March 18 SPRING FORWARD: A New, Refreshed You - A Day of Inspiration and Wellness


In recognition of Women's History Month, women's wellness, and efforts to advance women in STEM, The Women of WPI and the Women's Impact Network (WIN) sponsored a day of inspiration and celebration for the WPI community on March 18. Copies of presentations are available. Read more here.

How Did You Spend your Wellness Day? 

Yesterday, March 28 was the last wellness day of the academic year. Help us plan for next year by letting us know what you did, what you liked, and what suggestions you have for next year. 


Be Kind to Your Body



Take Care of those Teeth

Good oral health is an important facet of overall well-being.  Here are some simple tips to taking care of your teeth.  

  • Brush your teeth for at least two minutes twice a day and floss daily.   
  • Replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months or after being sick.  
  • Rinse daily with mouthwash.  
  • Have regular dental check-ups.  
  • Ensure you have a good diet. 

Get Moving this Spring

Hello Spring! If you’re itching to get outside and move your body (walking, biking, running, playing tennis, though not quite swimming, yet!), check out these tips on nutrition and timing for fueling your experience. Reach out to Shavaun Cloran, RD, at with any questions. 


Healthy Workout


Be Real Together

Your Voice Matters!  

WPI conducts the WPI Undergraduate Enrolled Student Survey every few years to learn students’ perceptions on things like study and social spaces, advising, and sense of campus climate and make improvements that help support the WPI experience. It takes just 20 minutes to complete the survey and share your opinions. Plus, you’ll be entered into a raffle for some great prizes, like gift cards, an Oculus, Yeti Cooler, ultra fan shirts, a free campus parking pass for next year, and more!  One in 40 survey participants will win a prize. Check your email for a link to the survey.  


National Public Health Awareness Week and Sexual Assault Awareness Month  

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and April 3-9 is National Public Health Awareness Week. Sexual assault is a public health issue, and we invite student groups to host a session of This Dating Life, a 90-minute discussion that focuses on healthy and non-healthy relationships. This Dating Life provides strategies for establishing boundaries and communication for healthy romantic relationships. Open to all student clubs, sororities, and fraternities by request. Click here to request a session.  


Helping You Find Balance

Are you a Graduate Student Looking for Ways to Improve your Well-Being? Register for RADical Health 

RADical Health is a four-week interactive, skill-based experience featuring small group discussions, interactive activities, and resources on topics related to creating lasting connections, self-care, stress management, and building resilience. Under the guidance of peer leaders, participants meet for a 75-minutes weekly session for four weeks. Virtual and on campus options available. Sessions begin April 4, 5, or 6. Register here.


Wellness Program Spotlight

Have you experienced a Sip of Wellness in the CWB’s Rest and Recovery Room?  Or experienced a Reiki session with certified Reiki master, Catherine Flayhan? Learn more and reserve your session here


Upcoming Wellness Events


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This email is intended to be for informational purposes only and not to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you or someone you know is in imminent danger of suicidal action or other threat, call WPI Campus police at 508-831-5555 (or call 911 if off-campus) or seek emergency care at a nearby hospital.


Remember: we are all in this together.

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