Montana State University

Haubenreiser voted as president-elect of American College Health Association

June 23, 2011


Jenny Haubenreiser, director of MSU Health Promotion, is the president-elect of the American College Health Association.   High-Res Available

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Jennifer Haubenreiser, director of Health Promotion at Montana State University, was recently elected president-elect of the American College Health Association. Haubenreiser will become president of the association in June 2012.

Founded in 1920, the American College Health Association is the principal leadership organization for college health professionals, providing knowledge, skills, professional development, networking, and national-level advocacy to improve the health and well-being of the nation's 19 million college students. ACHA membership engages students and professionals providing comprehensive health care, prevention, mental health support, and other services on college campuses nationwide.

Haubenreiser's work at MSU addresses the primary public health issues facing college students, including substance abuse, tobacco use, sexual health, violence and other health and safety risks associated with the college population. Working with national, state and local agencies, MSU Health Promotion uses current research, data and evidence-based strategies to create a healthier, more learning-conducive campus environment. Haubenreiser has been at MSU since 1995.

Jennifer Haubenreiser (406) 994-2337, hoss@montana.edu