Michigan Ross Hires First-Ever Director of Student Wellness

Michigan Ross is excited to have hired the first-ever director of student wellness, Kelly Higgins, who started in her new role on Feb. 12. This new position reports directly to the associate dean of undergraduate education and is responsible for developing and implementing a new student wellness strategy across all Michigan Ross undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition, the director of student wellness is an internal consultant to the many academic departments and programs across the school. The director of student wellness also serves as a resource for staff and faculty as they develop their personal and unit approaches to supporting student wellness and well-being. Higgins will be working closely with the Dean’s Office, Ross program offices, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and campus wellness leaders.

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