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Events: Anti-Stigma Campaign Competition Fall 2016
Competition opens October 2016
Events:Bring In the Booty Anti-Stigma Scavanger Hunt
Get your crew together to compete for a $1,000 prize. Teams of 4-5 can race across campus to find the clues and bring in the booty.
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College ToolBox:What is the College Toolbox Project?
The College Toolbox Project (CTP) is the first effort of its kind to develop a systematic program aimed at reducing the stigma of mental illness. Initiated by the powerful vision and support of Glenn Close and her national anti-stigma campaign, Bring Change 2 Mind (BC2M), the CTP is a joint endeavor with Indiana University.
In the news: Glenn Close Helps Unveil New U Bring Change 2 Mind Bus Campaign
Get the full details on her visit...
In The nEws: UBC2M Media and News Archive
Explore the journey of U Bring Change 2 Mind through our media presence in past news articles, youtube videos and PSAs.
Our Partners: Lia Salvatierra: Bring Change 2 Mind Youth Ambassador
Recognized in Kenneth Cole's Courageous Class Spotlight: Back-To-School Edition
Events: Want to know more about upcoming Events?
ENGAGE:Get The App! Stay In-Touch and Get Rewards!
Stay up-to-date on the latest news and events by getting the UBC2M app now in the appstore. Just search "UBC2M" and get connected today!
ENGAGe: Sign up on the BeINvolved to be an official Champion of Change
ENGAGE: Interested in Taking a Class on Illness and Stigma?
The "Medicine in America" class explores questions on a wide range of topics dealing with providers and recipients of care, and the larger context in which they face problems of health, illness, and disease. In addition, this course takes on the issue of stigma (the shame, secrecy, prejudice, and discrimination surrounding certain illnesses, especially mental illness) from theoretical, research, and policy perspectives.
Partners:Needing Guidance in Your First Year at IU?
As you begin your first year at IU, you’ll start to see all the possibilities your undergraduate experience offers. Research opportunities. Study abroad. Student activities. Community service. Specialized academic programs. Leadership roles. The Office of First Year Experience Programs at IU offers guidance, advice, and help as you explore options.