Healthy Living Connection

Healthy Living Connection

Cultural

Cultural

The culturally well person is aware of one's own cultural background, as well as the diversity and richness present in other cultural backgrounds. This person interacts well with people of different genders, backgrounds, lifestyles, abilities, ethnicities, and ages.  This person acts towards oneself and all others with sensitivity, consideration, understanding, appreciation, tolerance and civility

ACTION PLAN: Take the time to look up your heritage and start exploring your family tree.  Where are you from?  What are the stories of your past?

NAME/LINK DESCRIPTION   ADDITIONAL DIMENSIONS
Campus
Ministries Association
 Culture and religion are closely connected, and the CMA provides a cultural context to people‚Äôs lives, whatever their religion.  We can be your spiritual and cultural home away from home. Rev. Alice Connor
513-899-1646
SOCIAL,
SPIRITUAL
Campus
Recreation
Center
Campus Recreation is the home of classes like Bollywood, Karate, Belly Dance and Zumba to name a few.  Join Campus Recreation on your exploration into the movements and exercises that can be traced back centuries! Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness
513-556-0510
PHYSICAL,
SOCIAL
Counseling
Center
We help culturally diverse students by addressing the stress of fitting into a western/mainstream environment. We have a diverse staff that is committed to helping students explore the impact of cultural differences in a sensitive and respectful manner. Dr. Laura Malosh
513-556-0648
EMOTIONAL,
SOCIAL,
SPIRITUAL
Office of Ethnic Programs and Services The Office of Ethnic Programs and Services supports the mission of the University of Cincinnati by enhancing the growth and development of students of color.  EPS embraces the ever-increasing diversity of our sudent body and the community, and hosts quality programming throughout the academic year concentrating on annual heritage months. Xiao Yan (Catherine) Huang
513-556-6008
INTELLECTUAL
SOCIAL
Ombuds Cross-cultural conflict can occur in a diverse community.  The Ombuds office provides individual assistance and training to help resolve and alleviate disputes and conflicts related to our differences.  We are confidential, informal, impartial and independent. Jean Griffin
513-556-5956
EMOTIONAL,
FINANCIAL,
SOCIAL
UC International Develops and organizes educational programs designed to integrate international visitors into all aspects of campus and community life and to understand American culture. Ron Cushing
513-556-2879
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