Lunch n Learn with Amanda Hoylman
Please join Amanda Hoylman Assistant Director, Alcohol and Other Drug programming with Student Health Services on April 12, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm in the Liberman Center DUC 300.
Ms. Hoylman earned her BA in Public Communication from Truman State University and her M.Ed. in Professional Mental Health Counseling from The University of Georgia in 2012. She served as a Residence Hall Director for three years at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse before joining the team in Student Health Services at Washington University. As the Substance Abuse Specialist, Ms. Hoylman oversees the implementation of the online alcohol education program given to all incoming students, provides resources and education in a non-judgmental environment to students around the areas of drug and alcohol use, serves as the campus BASICS Facilitator, and helps advise the Peer Health Educators on topics of Alcohol and Other Drugs.