3 email messages below:

 From:   csam-bounces@unbc.ca on behalf of Annie Booth  Sent:   Mon 15/10/2007 12:27 PM
 To:   csam@unbc.ca; cashs@unbc.ca
 Subject:   [Csam] Focus Groups for Students on Greening the University

Hi Everyone, 

If you are willing could you please announce to your undergraduate and graduate classes that there will be two focus groups for students on greening the university, October 17 10-12 and October 19 2-4 both in 6-306 and we’d welcome attendance.  If they cannot attend there is a box for suggestions at the Admin Assistant’s desk on the 2nd floor of the New Lab Building or they could email me with their ideas.



Annie L. Booth PhD, MES, BA, MCIP
Associate Professor
Ecosystem Science and Management Program
of Northern British Columbia
3333 University Way
Prince George
, British Columbia
V2N 4Z9

 From:   facstaff-bounces@unbc.ca on behalf of Lyn Benn  Sent:   Mon 15/10/2007 3:23 PM
 To:   facstaff@unbc.ca
 Subject:   [Facstaff] Help for students
 Attachments:   New Changeways Poster

Greetings all!     The UNBC Wellness Centre Counselling Services will be running a no-cost confidential depression support group for students.  We would really appreciate it if you could circulate the attached poster widely, post in your areas, and/or announce in the classroom.  Thanks for all your assistance.  Warm Regards,

Lois Smith, BSW, RSW
Practicum Counsellor
UNBC Wellness Centre, Counselling Services
Office 5-197
Phone (250) 960-5232
Confidential Fax (250) 960- 5182
The University of Northern British Columbia
3333 University Way
Prince George
, BC V2N 4Z9

Lyn Benn
Learning Skills Centre Coordinator
3333 University Way
Prince George
BC V2N 4Z9
Ph 1(250) 960 6365

 From:   facstaff-bounces@unbc.ca on behalf of Toni Carlton  Sent:   Thu 18/10/2007 11:49 AM
 To:   facstaff@unbc.ca
 Subject:   [Facstaff] Peer Support Network is here for YOU!

Please share with any students you know who may be looking for someone to talk to. 

Thanks ~ Toni

Feeling down, lonely, stressed out, unsure?  Need someone to talk to?

Peer Counsellors are waiting for you.  The Peer Support Network is a group of caring, committed, and trained students who offer personal support and empowerment on campus to any student who needs assistance. 

The Peer Support Network is operated out of the First Nations Centre, and like all First Nations Centre services promotes an open door policy- everyone is welcome.  Peer Counsellors in the program come from diverse cultures and backgrounds and bring a wealth of experience to their volunteer work. 

Peer Counsellors are students, like yourself, who will work hard to understand your situation.  We offer confidential services where dignity and anonymity is respected.

Drop by today:

7-103 (just past the Health office and First Nations Centre)


Walk in’s welcome, check out the calendar to see when a Peer Counsellor is in the office.

Toni Carlton, BA, MA (Candidate)
Peer Counsellor Coordinator- Peer Support Network

Room 7-102, First Nations Centre 
Tel:  (250) 960-5596
Fax:  (250) 960-5547

Students Helping Students