IHI works on addressing Social Determinants of Health and has a special focus on projects that address social determinants on NKU's campus.
The Care Closet at NKU offered free clothing to NKU students during the FUEL NKU Thanksgiving Dinner and at a pop-up shop on Feb. 24 to assist students in finding appropriate interview wear for the Career Fair.
These temporary pop-up events will become permanent at a location in the University Center. The space is being renovated through donations from California Closets and supported by the Care Closet, a non-profit organization in Newport that supports students across our region in accessing clothing. The permanent location will launch in Spring 2020.
In the meantime, the CARE Closet @ NKU has free gently used clothing, coats and other items for students that can be requested via the referral form. Items will be available for pick up on the 2nd Floor of the Health Innovation Center (HE 221) within 2 weeks.
Leveraging the popularity of geek culture, Geek Your Health hosts themed fitness events around popular television shows, comics, films and video games. You’ll “let your geekflag fly” at each of these events. Wear fandom themed workout gear and talk about the fandom before, during and after the events!