Two staff members in WKU’s Department of Intramural-Recreational Sports were recognized recently at the 2015 Mid-American College Health Association annual meeting in Louisville.
Alissa Arnold, Coordinator of Student Wellness, was approved by MACHA membership to serve as the 2015-2016 President. Arnold served as the association’s 2014-2015 Vice President.
Lauren Tuttle, Coordinator of Health Education and Promotion, was recognized as the first Steve Lux Conference Scholarship Award recipient. The Steve Lux Conference Scholarship Award was created to honor longtime MACHA board member Steve Lux for his years of service to the Mid-America College Health Association and the American College Health Association, as well as his passion for college health.
The mission of the Mid-America College Health Association, an affiliate of the American College Health Association, is to provide networking, educational opportunities, support and advocacy for a diverse group of professionals who provide health care and promote disease prevention and healthy lifestyle choices for college and university populations. In doing so, the MACHA members are integral to the academic mission of their institutions and play a vital role in the well-being of society.
The 2015 meeting was held Nov. 12-14 at the Hyatt Regency in Louisville.
Contact: Steve Rey, (270) 745-6060