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The Symposium is presented by the UW Oshkosh Division of Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement, in cooperation with the UW-La Crosse Department of Health Education and Health Promotion and Community Health, Continuing Education and Extension, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, and Wisconsin Health and Physical Education, Inc.

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We are happy to announce a companion credit class for the 2014 Adolescent Health Symposium!

This one-credit undergraduate or graduate course sponsored by the Department of Health Education and Health Promotion and Continuing Education and Extension at the University of Wisconsin‚ąíLa Crosse

Experiential Learning Strategies for Health Education

This course (HED 467/567) is open to professionals in Health Education, Physical Education and related disciplines who attend the Adolescent Health Symposium.

UW-La Crosse will offer a one-credit undergraduate or graduate class, HED 467 (UG) or HED 567 (G), or if someone would like to repeat the credit option (having taken HED 467 or 567 previously): HED 495 or 595. Dr. Michele Pettit will offer the credit and will send you a copy of the syllabus when you are registered. The cost for the credit class (which is due in addition to the registration fee for the Symposium) will be $210 for undergraduate or graduate credit. 

Interested individuals would pay the Symposium registration fee to UW-Oshkosh, and then be referred to UW-La Crosse to sign up for the credit option and pay the additional fee of $210. 

More Information

The instructor for this course is Michele L. Pettit, MPH, PhD, MCHES. For more information or to register for the credit option, email Briana Meuer, Continuing Education and Extension, UW-La Crosse at

For other questions on the Symposium in general, contact Bunny Hansen at or toll-free (800) 633-1442. 

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