As we seek to advance the health and wellness of our students, faculty and staff we must create a unified approach to recreation, health and wellness.
This task force shall work to create a set of recommendations that enhance the student experience through flexible facilities and holistic programmatic offerings integrating recreation, counseling, health and wellness component services.
Working together with a consulting firm, this committee shall assess existing indoor/outdoor campus recreation conditions, conduct a needs analysis with stakeholder input, develop a strategic vision for wellness and recreation to serve all three campuses and review funding realities.
The outcome should drive an innovative, environmentally conscious recommendation that supports creating a unified operational model, which will allow the various programs to meet their individual needs while supporting the overall institutional mission.
Christina Hernandez – Chair
Associate Vice President, Student Life Administration and Planning
Undergraduate Student – Biochemistry
Assistant Dining Director, Campus Dining and Shops/FSA
Associate Director, Student Engagement
Graduate Student – ELP – Student Affairs
Director, IT Customer Service
Assistant Dean for Graduate Education, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Associate Vice President and Controller, Business Services
Assistant Director, Facilities Design & Construction
Director of Issues Management and Stakeholder Communications, University Communications
Junior Architectural Planner, Campus Planning
Sue Ann Sisto, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Department of Rehabilitation Science, School of Public Health and Health Professions
Director, Health Services
Student Assembly Speaker, Undergraduate Student Association
Undergraduate Student – Pharmacy
Senior Associate Athletic Director for Sports Administration, Intercollegiate Athletics