Health Promotion is dedicated to facilitating interactive workshops that provide accurate health information in a non-judgmental, inclusive style. Learn about the programs we offer and request a program for your group.
Prefer to lead your own group workshop? Request a BWell Workshop in a Bag and bring health empowerment strategies and information to your group, on your schedule. Multiple topics to choose from -- ranging from mindfulness to assertive communication to alcohol 101!
The Brown University Relaxation Project, affectionately known as burp, is a group of students dedicated to promoting stress relief and relaxation to the Brown community. They have been trained by a licensed massage therapist to give stress-relieving shoulder rubs.
The Sexual Assault Peer Education (SAPE) program was created to provide an opportunity for students to play a meaningful role in moving Brown toward a culture of consent. Working in concert with BWell Office of Health Promotion, SAPE is one of the prominent prevention programs addressing these issues on Brown’s campus. The group is open to all students. Our student-designed curriculum focuses on understanding systems of oppression, dismantling rape culture, and creating community-based plans for accountability and change. Click here to learn more about SAPE.
The Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG) is a peer education program for Brown students who are interested in promoting sexual health. Peer Educators are trained in current sexual health knowledge and effective approaches to sexual health education. Members of SHAG facilitate workshops in conjunction with Health Education staff and also participate in sexual health outreach projects through Health Promotion (like tables on the green and materials development and distribution). Click here to learn more about SHAG.
Masculinity 101 is a peer education program for Brown students who want to promote healthier notions of masculinity on campus. The program focuses on foundational concepts like: unpacking gender norms; exploring male privilege; cultivating empathy; and acknowledging harm and promoting healing. Click here to learn more about Masculinity 101 Peer Education.