Opening General Session Keynote Speaker
Wednesday, June 1, 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Robert t E. Fullilove, EdD, is the Associate Dean for Community and Minority Affairs, Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences and the co-director of the Cities Research Group at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
Since 1996, he has served on five IOM study committees that have produced reports on a variety of topics including substance abuse and addiction, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and damp indoor spaces and health. In 2003 he was designated a National Associate of the National Academies of Science. In 1998 he was appointed to the Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention (ACHSP) at the Centers for Disease Control, and in July, 2000, he became the committee's co-chair. Finally, between 2004-2007, he served on the National Advisory Council for the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health [NIH].
Since 2010, he has been teaching public health courses in six New York State prisons that are part of the Bard College Prison Initiative (BPI) and serves as the Senior Advisor to BPI's public health program. Dr. Fullilove serves on the editorial boards of the journals Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and the Journal of Public Health Policy. He has been awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award at the Mailman School of Public Health three times (in 1995, 2001, and 2013), and in May 2002, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from Bank Street College of Education.
Dorosin Memorial Lecture
Friday, June 3, 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
R. Kelly Crace, PhD, is the Associate Vice President for Health & Wellness and the Director for the Center for Mindfulness and Authentic Excellence (CMAX) at William & Mary. He is a licensed psychologist and the co-author of Authentic Excellence: Flourishing & Resilience in a Relentless World and the Life Values Inventory. He has published and presented in the areas of values, flourishing, resilience, life role development & transition, and organizational development.
He is president of Applied Psychology Resources and has conducted over three thousand seminars for organizations. He has served as director of two college mental health centers at Duke University and William & Mary.
He received his academic and clinical training from Vanderbilt University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Duke University. Kelly was the recipient of the President’s Award for Service to the Community and the Chambers-Reid Award for Professional Excellence at William & Mary.
ACHA Leaders' Appreciation Lunch
Tuesday, May 31, 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
Invitation only — don't forget to RSVP!
ACHA leaders are invited to the annual ACHA Leaders' Appreciation Lunch, a chance for the association to acknowledge the selfless contributions of its volunteer leaders who aid ACHA in advancing the health and wellness of college students. Invited leaders are current affiliate presidents and president-elects; section chairs and chair-elects; program planners and planners-elect; coalition, committee, and task force chairs; association liaison representatives; the ACHA Board of Directors; the ACHF Board of Directors; and executive leaders of the Journal of American College Health.
Newcomer's Orientation: Navigating the ACHA Annual Meeting
Wednesday, June 1, 7:30 am – 8:45 am
Is this your first ACHA Annual Meeting? If so, make sure you join us for this informal networking event. You'll be surrounded by colleagues who are asking the same questions you are:
- How do I know what sessions would most benefit me?
- How do I get involved in a coalition or committee?
- Can anyone attend Section and Affiliate Networking meetings?
- I'm here by myself — how do I connect with others who might want to go out to dinner?
- I've downloaded the mobile app, but now what?
And there will be plenty of seasoned meeting veterans on hand — who remember what their first meeting was like — to help you make the most out of your meeting experience!
Assembly of Representatives
Friday, June 3, 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Provide your input on association governance! If you are an eligible voting member of ACHA, you play a very important role in the governance of the association, and therefore, in the field of college health. Plan to attend the Assembly of representatives and hear association updates, welcome the incoming ACHA president into office, and vote on recommended bylaws amendments.