From Surviving to Thriving.

thrive @ RUSSELL SAGE is a program designed with student, faculty and staff wellness in mind. Building on our reputation in the health sciences, thrive @ RUSSELL SAGE extends beyond the classroom to focus on bringing wellness to members of the Sage community.

thrive @ RUSSELL SAGE Core Values

  • Well-being and health require knowledge and liberal learning skills.
  • Individual wellness depends on social structures and a just society.
  • Gender equity and inclusion are part of a healthy community.
  • Healthy societies are diverse, inclusive and welcome the creativity of all persons.
  • Individual health is dependent on the health of the planet.

Charles Crawford

“There are problems associated with health that cannot be solved through direct medical care,” said Public Health graduate Charles Crawford. “I found these other problems to be interesting and wanted to learn more about them, as well as how to address them.” 

Kaylee Dalaba

As a student, Creative Arts in Therapy graduate Kaylee Dalaba worked with dementia patients, with troubled teens and at a hospital. She saw the challenges — and how movement can be an effective therapeutic tool in helping people overcome their challenges. 

Markelle Patterson

Nutrition Science major Markelle Patterson said that she’s been able to dig into the hard science of nutrition, while also being exposed out in the community to programs that provide food and nutritional education to those who are in need.

Thank You to our Sponsor & Partners!

Sponsor
Partner
Partner

thrive @ RUSSELL SAGE Co-Chairs

Dean, School of Health Sciences
Associate Vice President for Student Life for Student Wellness

Thrive Committee

Sarah Brockway, MS, OTR/L
Lecturer, Occupational Therapy

Barbara Cockfield, M.Ed Administration & Leadership
Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Ellen Cole, PhD
Professor, Psychology

Kevin Fletcher, PhD
Assistant Professor, Management

Arlene McGuane, Ed.D (c), MSN-Ed, RN
Assistant Professor of Nursing and Simulation Coordinator

Connor McKernan
Student, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Margarita Springer
Office Coordinator, Deans Office
School of Health Sciences

Katrin Ramsey, PT, DSc, CLT, CAPP-OB
Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy

Kirk Robinson
Assistant Provost for Student Success & Institutional Effectiveness

Sarah L. Salvatore, PT, DPT, CSCS
Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy

Kelly Smith
Assistant Professor, Education 

Barbara Thompson, OTD, LCSW, OTR/L
Professor, Occupational Therapy 

To contact the committee, email: [email protected]