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Health and well-being task force conducts survey

The University's Task Force on Health and Well-Being is conducting a Web-based survey of students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral researchers.

The survey covers a broad range of health and well-being issues identified as topics of interest earlier this year in focus group discussions. It takes only about 15 minutes to complete.

Members of the University community have been invited to participate via e-mail. A Princeton net ID and password are needed to complete the survey.

A paper survey will be administered to those without access to computers. Retirees will be surveyed at a later date.

This survey is one tool being used by the task force to examine University policies and programs that address the health care needs and promote the health and well-being of students, faculty and staff. The group, charged last fall by President Shirley M. Tilghman, is composed of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff, and is chaired by Janet Dickerson, vice president for campus life, and Robert Durkee, vice president and secretary of the University.

The task force has issued two reports , and expects to present its final report in the fall.

Contact: Ruth Stevens (609) 258-3601

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