Draft Workshop Agenda

Thursday, July 30, 2015

7.30-8.30 am

Registration and breakfast
    Northwestern Department of Preventive Medicine, 680 N. Lakeshore Drive, Suite 1400

8.30-8.45 am

Welcome by Wendy Nilsen, NSF

8.45-9.10 am

The Challenge: How to Get from Campus Life and Values to a Culture of Health [watch video]
    Bonnie Spring, Northwestern

9.10-9.25 am

A Semester in Stress, Sleep, and Grades [watch video] [slides]
    Andrew Campbell, Dartmouth

9.25-9.40 am

Boots on the ground: Student Perspective [watch video]

9:40-9:55 am

Boots on the ground: Counselor Perspective [watch video] [slides]
    David Shor, Northwestern CAPS

9:55-10:30 am

Discussion [watch video]

10.30-10.45 am

Coffee break

10.45-11.45 am

Four 7 minute talks on College Student Health; 20 minutes discussion

    10:45-10:52 Stephen Schueller - Depression [watch video] [slides]

    10:52-10:59 Daniel Eisenberg - Substance use [watch video] [slides]

    10:59-11:06 Andrea Kass - Eating disorders [watch video] [slides]

    11:06-11:13 Christine Pellegrini - Obesity, sedentarism [watch video] [slides]

    11:13-11:33 Discussion [watch video]

11.33-12.30 pm

Four 7 minute talks on Technology; three 10-minute talks on HCI; 30 minutes questions/discussion

    11:33-11:40 Deborah Estrin - Infrastructure [watch video] [slides]

    11:40-11:47 Anind Dey - HCI [watch video]

    11:47-11:54 Deepak Ganesan - Sensors [watch video]

    11:54-12:01 Vasant Honavar - Machine learning [watch video]

    12:01-12:30 Discussion [watch video]

12.30-1.15 pm


1.15- 2:00 pm

Three 7 minute talks on Community Engagement; 20 minutes questions/discussion

    1:15- 1:22 Danielle Dick - College community engagement [watch video] [slides]

    1:22- 1:29 Justin Longo - Citizen science and opening governance for college health [watch video]

    1:29- 1:36 Erik Johnston - Democratizing governance to achieve college health [watch video]

    1:36- 2:00 Discussion [watch video]

2:00-2:45 pm

Three 7 minute talks on Social Networking Technologies; 20 minutes discussion

    2:00- 2:07 Nabil Alshurafa - Campus-community networks [watch video]

    2:07- 2:14 Munmun De Choudhury - Social media [watch video] [slides]

    2:14- 2:21 Hari Sundaram - Engineering social networks [watch video]

    2:21- 2:45 Discussion [watch video]

2:45- 3:20 pm

Two 7 minute talks on Privacy and IRBs

    2:45- 2:52 David Kotz [watch video]

    2:52- 2:59 Camille Nebeker [watch video] [slides]

    2:59- 3:20 Discussion [watch video]

3.20- 3.30 pm


3.30- 5.00 pm

Breakout groups: Integrated Technical and Social Science Solutions to Key Challenges in Preserving/Promoting College Student Health

   1. Stress as a badge of honor
         Co-Leads: Gloria Mark, Inbal Nahum-Shani
Participants: Justin Longo, David Shor, and Bing Wang
Scribe: Andrea Barbarin
   2. Mental health, safety, stigma and integrated health care
         Co-Leads: Mani Srivastava, Stephen Schueller
Participants: Diana Freed, Andrew Campbell, and Chris Riesbeck
Scribe: Rui Wang
   3. How to align with administration, trustees, and community stakeholders
         Co-Leads: David Kotz, Danielle Dick
Participants: Rumi Chunara, David Conroy, Camille Nebeker, and Sandeep Gupta
Scribe: Susan Hood
   4. Making preventive health behaviors sexy and sustained
         Co-Leads: Deepak Ganesan, Christine Pellegrini
Participants: Vasant Honavar, Eric Hekler, Gokhan Memik, and Edison Thomaz
Scribe: Kevin Moran
   5. Self-regulation challenges: academics, time management, and bingeing
         Co-Leads: Anind Dey, Andrea Kass
Participants: Daniel Eisenberg, Larry Birnbaum, and Ashley Mason
Scribe: Angela Pfammatter
   6. How to build and spread social norms for a (cool, balanced) culture of health
         Co-Leads: Deborah Estrin, Erik Johnston
Participants: Peter Dinda, Wendy Nilsen, Hari Sundaram, Nabil Alshurafa, and Munmun De Choudhury
Scribe: Sara Hoffman

5:00 -5:45 pm

Relocate to Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center Atrium reception, ground floor, 303 E. Superior, Chicago, IL 60611

5:45 -7:45 pm

Working dinner in breakout groups in Lurie Atrium

Friday, July 31, 2015


    680 N. Lakeshore Drive, Suite 1400

8.30-10.30 am

Breakout groups report
    10 minute presentation from each group, followed by 10 minutes of discussion
Breakout group 1[video] [report]
Breakout group 2[video]
Breakout group 3[video] [slides]
Breakout group 4[video] [report]
Breakout group 5[video] [report]
Breakout group 6[video]

10.30-10.45 am


10.45-11.45 am

Closing panel [watch video]
Moderator: Deborah Estrin, HCI: Anind Dey, Sensing: Mani Srivastava, Analytics: Vasant, Mental health: Stephen Schueller, Chronic disease risk behaviors: Bonnie Spring

5 minute panelist comments:
    1. Main workshop takeaway(s)?
    2. What main gap(s) in your field needs to be closed to improve college student health?
    3. What shared infrastructure is needed to speed advancement?
    4. What 3-4 specific aims should be suggested to NSF

Attendee questions and suggestions

11.45-12.00 pm

Closing remarks
Wendy Nilsen, Andrew Campbell, and Bonnie Spring