Name Affiliation Stephanie Bailey, Co-Chair SHS/SHAs Cluster Rep email@example.com Charlotte Chiu, Co-Chair Muir College firstname.lastname@example.org Justin Ellsworth ERC College email@example.com Katerina Zorko Revelle College firstname.lastname@example.org Kelvin Nguyen Marshall College email@example.com Christie Morishige Sixth College firstname.lastname@example.org Bryant Lim AS Rep email@example.com Yinan (Ee) Zheng International firstname.lastname@example.org Satya Naageshwaran Warren College email@example.com Dalena Nguyen Member-at-Large firstname.lastname@example.org Kyle Conway School of Medicine email@example.com Kevin Vu GSA firstname.lastname@example.org Gregory Goldgof GSA email@example.com Paola Arroyo CAPS Cluster Peer firstname.lastname@example.org Kit Wong Village email@example.com Lorena Gonzalez Member-at-Large firstname.lastname@example.org Alexander Baker Active Minds email@example.com
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*Wellness is an expanded idea of health. Wellness is the pursuit of optimal health, encompassing physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, occupational, financial, social, and environmental well-being.
The following is taken from Sabina White's (UCSB) draft "White Paper: Wellness and Mental Health, Tier 3 Wellness Interventions":
**Wellness is defined as frequent positive affect, high life satisfaction, and infrequent negative affect (Lyubomirsky, Sheldon, and Schkade, 2005). Thus wellness interventions are those strategies that benefit students by decreasing negative affect and increasing positive affect and life satisfaction. Wellness interventions are those that enhance the mental and physical health of students at the University of California through positive engagement. Positive engagement involves connecting students to campus and community resources that help students enhance their well-being.