Well-Being Ambassadors are students trained to support their own well-being and the mental health and well-being of fellow students. This is a highly encouraged training series for all students on campus, especially students in leadership roles. Students are considered to be Well-Being Ambassadors when they have completed the STEP UP! for Mental Well-Being presentation, Well-Being Resources presentation, and the online Ask.Listen.Refer suicide prevention training.
Students who complete the Well-Being Ambassador Training will receive an email signature badge and a certification signed by the Director of Student Well-Being. To learn more about the next scheduled Well-Being Ambassador training, email Student Well-Being at email@example.com.
Are you a student leader on campus? Check out our Student Leaders Notebook! The purpose of this document is to provide you with the knowledge and tools to help you succeed as a student leader at Missouri S&T. There is information and tools on how to be effective in your role as a student leader such as how to engage with members, promote accessibility and belonging in your groups, practice effective communication, and the relevant mental health and well-being resources and services that are available to you and your peers.
Residential Life - RAs
Havener Center Student Employees
Student Success Center Tutors and Coaches
Kummer Vanguard Scholars Peer Mentors
Testing Center Employees
Faculty Champions are faculty members trained to support their own well-being and the well-being of fellow faculty members and students. This is a highly encouraged training for any faculty member on campus. Faculty members are considered Faculty Champions when they have completed STEP UP! for Supporting Student Mental Health and Well-Being and various other trainings that arise.
Faculty members who complete the training will receive an email signature badge and will be added to an email group to communicate with other Faculty Champions. To learn more about the next scheduled Faculty Champions training, email Student Well-Being at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kwame Awuah-Offei (Professor, Mining and Nuclear Engineering)
Avah Banerjee (Assistant Professor, Computer Science)
Michael Bruening (Professor, History and Political Science)
Arezoo Emdadi (Assistant Professor, Materials Science and Engineering)
Stephanie Fitch (Teaching Professor, Mathematics and Statistics)
Carlos Giraldo (Associate Professor, Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Science)
Taylor Gruenloh (Assistant Professor, Arts, Languages, and Philosophy)
Amber Henslee (Associate Professor, Psychological Science)
Sheryl Hodges (Assistant Teaching Professor, Engineering Management and Systems Engineering)
John Hogan (Associate Professor, Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering)
Ali Hurson (Professor, Computer Engineering)
Eun Soo Park (Associate Professor, Economics)
Michelle Schwartze (Assistant Teaching Professor, Teacher Education and Certification)
William Showalter (Teaching Professor, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering)
Joseph Smith (Professor, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering)
Sarah Stanley (Associate Professor, Business and Information Technology)
Daniel Stutts (Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering)
Kelly Tate (Associate Teaching Professor, English and Technical Communication)
Dan Waddill (Professor, Physics)
David Westenberg (Professor, Biological Sciences)
Jeffrey Winiarz (Associate Professor, Chemistry)
Staff Champions, newly implemented in Spring 2023, are staff members trained to support their own well-being and the well-being of fellow staff members and students. This is a highly encouraged training for any staff member on campus, especially those who interact with students regularly. Staff members are considered Staff Champions when they have completed STEP UP! for Supporting Student Mental Health and Well-Being and various other trainings that arise.
Staff members who complete the training will receive an email signature badge and will be added to an email group to communicate with other Staff Champions. To learn more about the next scheduled Staff Champions training, email Student Well-Being at email@example.com.