All students from the BW community are welcome to join BWise. Want to use your creative talents, advocate for making responsible choices and develop your leadership and presentation skills? No prior experience necessary. You must be in good standing with the University and committed to living a healthy responsible lifestyle. For information about becoming a member, contact Julie Chambers, Student Director email@example.com
Fall 2013 Schedule
Monday, September 23rd- 5-6 pm
Missing your furry family member? Come join us on the North Quad lawn between Ritter Library & Lang Hall! Treats provided!
Alcohol Awareness Month-October 1st - 31st
Monday, October 14th -8:30 p.m. Sandstone 3
Speaker: Jake Byczkowski,
- Solo Cup Culture: Minimizing the Risks of an Alcohol-Soaked Campus Climate
Watch for details through our campus bulletin and social media for a variety of other educational and social events during the month of October.
Wednesday, October 9th
A day of remembrance for young people who have died in an alcohol related accident. BWU students register to participate to represent someone that has died because of alcohol. Know someone personally you'd like to remember on this day? Contact Megan MacGregor at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our table in the Union during lunch and dinner to register. Watch for dates and times to register.
BWise Leadership Training
Contact Megan MacGregor ext. 8117 or email@example.com for dates and more information.
Training is open to any student interested in becoming a nationally certified Peer Educator. Training is $7 for BW students! The 12 hour training is from 5 pm to 9 pm on Friday and 9 am to 6 pm on Saturday. Students must contact Megan to register. We encourage all students to take part in this valuable training! Training is required for Orientation Leaders and Mid-night Madness staff.