Our staff members at Cornell Health have a long history of spearheading (and collaborating with campus partners on the creation of) a robust collection of health and wellness materials. Messages are often focused on one of three content areas:
- Prevention: stress management, balance and resilience, an accurate understanding of social norms, and risk-reduction behaviors
- Intervention: the importance of pro-social bystander interventions related mental health and well-being, sexual violence, alcohol emergencies, bias, and hazing, and more
- Support: seeking help/care for oneself or another
Note: this section of our website is sill under development.
Currently, you can view our new "Intervene" pro-social bystander campaign, our most recent sexual health campaign (focused on the prevention of STIs), and Cornell's hazing prevention social norms campaign. Other Cornell Health campaigns and materials will be added soon. Thank you for your patience.
- Alcohol & Other Drug Campaigns (coming soon)
- Body Image & Nutrition Campaigns (coming soon)
- Flu Campaigns (coming soon)
- Hazing Prevention Campaigns (available now)
- "Intervene" Bystander Campaign (available now)
- Mental Health Campaigns (coming soon)
- "Notice & Respond" Campaign (coming soon)
- Sexual Health Campaigns (available now)
- Sexual Violence Prevention Campaigns (coming soon)
- Sleep Campaigns (coming soon)
Use of materials
For Cornellians: The materials in this section are intended primarily for use by members of the Cornell community. Cornell staff, faculty, and students are encouraged to print files to display in academic, work, or living environments. If you are not a member of the Cornell community, please see guidelines below.
For non-Cornellians: Although some of the messages incorporated into our materials exist in other local, state, and federal prevention programs, our communications campaigns and materials are original; any associated image rights have been purchased/copyrighted. If you would like to adapt any of our designs or messages for use in another community, please contact a member of our health communications team to discuss. We are happy to share materials and to discuss acknowledgments to be added to your own print or web content (e.g., "Adapted with permission from Cornell Health [date].")