Penn State’s Nutrition Clinic has two programs that may be of interest to graduate and professional students:
Weight Management Program
Develop Healthy Habits for Life! Meet with a Registered Dietitian to discuss personal dietary and fitness goals in our weight management program. Over the course of the 12-week program, students will meet with a dietitian six times. You’ll learn about healthy eating and snacking, exercise, how to add nutrient-dense food to your diet and much more. Students with the following health needs are encouraged to enroll: prediabetes, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, overweight/obese, and metabolic syndrome. The Nutrition Clinic is located in the Student Health Center. Aetna Student Health Insurance covers visits to the Nutrition Clinic. For more information or to schedule an appointment call, 814.863.0461 or visit http://studentaffairs.psu.edu/health/wellness/nutritionClinic.shtml
Nutrition Clinic Email
Become a Champion of Your Health! Make an appointment with a Registered Dietitian to discuss your personal nutrition needs and create a plan specific to you. One-on-one counseling is available for a variety of topics, including: general healthy eating and wellness, weight management, food allergies, vegetarian & vegan diets, nutrition & exercise, digestive disorders and eating disorders. The Nutrition Clinic is located in the Student Health Center. Aetna Student Health Insurance covers visits to the Nutrition Clinic. For more information or to schedule an appointment call, 814.863.0461 or visit http://studentaffairs.psu.edu/health/wellness/nutritionClinic.shtml.
Are you interested in meeting new people, eating free food, seeing a Center for the Performing Arts event at a discounted price, and enjoying a fun, exciting performance? If so, you may be interested in attending GPSA’s second-ever Theatre Day. The featured performance is the Broadway show ONCE, which won eight 2012 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Tickets are being heavily subsidized by GPSA and cost only $30 to graduate and professional students. We hope you can join us for the performance and the pre-performance social event.
The deadline to purchase tickets is fast approaching; please register by Friday (January 13).
More details on the performance and tickets can be found here: cpa.psu.edu/gpsa
Sign-up for pre-performance social here: https://goo.gl/forms/b57T2UusPMA7cLND2
Questions about Theatre Day can be directed to Delegate Brittany Banik, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The GPSA attends Capital Day every year to talk to the state legislature about Penn State and the issues impacting graduate and professional students. We invite you to join us on March 22 for the event in Harrisburg. We are happy to provide transportation to interested students.
Here’s the full release from the Penn State Grassroots Network:
Wednesday, March 22, has been tentatively set as the date for Penn State Capital Day, an annual event that brings Penn Staters together with Pennsylvania elected officials and features a high-energy rally in the Capitol rotunda.
During Capital Day, the Penn State Grassroots Network joins forces with Penn State alumni, Network volunteers, Penn State student government groups. The Network has been having conversations with Penn State’s Office of Government and Community Relations about ways to boost interest and participation in Capital Day.
This year’s event will mark the eighth consecutive year of Penn State Capital Day in collaboration with Penn State’s three student government groups: the Council of Commonwealth Student Governments (CCSG), the University Park Undergraduate Association (UPUA), and the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA).
As in previous years, this year’s Capital Day event will include:
- A legislative briefing and advocacy training session;
- A midday rally in the Capitol rotunda; and
- Visits to legislators’ offices.
During their office visits, volunteers will tell legislators how state support helps Penn State keep tuition increases as low as possible; ensure its educational programs stay strong; preserve a substantial in-state tuition discount for Pennsylvania resident students; keep its 19 undergraduate campuses across the state strong; ensure student career success; and boost job growth and economic development across the Commonwealth.