Carroll Public Health Students Present in Pittsburgh for the Second Year in a Row

Three Carroll students traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to attend and present at the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) General Assembly. NASPA General Assembly is a conference of over 300 college students sharing ideas on how to make campuses more supportive for students.  

The students shared their work in a presentation focused on student health and safety and sexual assault awareness month. Bray Holmes and Sarah Graham and Faith Lundberg talked about creating campus events that promote women’s health and safety.  Bray Holmes commented that “This was an amazing experience because we were able to get some great feedback and other ideas on how schools handle these issues as well. We look forward to implementing their suggestions and continuing to work on these issues each semester.”