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What does it mean to be healthy and well? The UNH community was asked to answer this question by creating Peeps Dioramas. Here are all the submissions and the WINNERS!

What does it mean to be healthy and well? The UNH community was asked to answer this question by creating Peeps Dioramas. Here are all the submissions and the WINNERS!

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  • · Names of individual(s) who worked on the diorama:  Christina L. Rowland · Are you students, faculty, staff:  Staff · Contact person name:  Christina L. Rowland · Contact person eMail address:  christina.rowland@unh.edu· Contact person phone number: 862-3469 · Title of the diorama:  Kripeeplu Yoga · Brief description of the diorama and how it depicts staying healthy:  Kripeeplu Yoga is the Yoga of consciousness.  Kripeeplu puts great emphasis on proper breath, alignment, coordination of breath and movement, and "honoring the wisdom of the peep."  Peeps work according to the limits of their individual flexibility and strength. Using this form of yoga peeps create a harmonic relationship with breath and life, strength and flexibility, and live mindfully.
  • Annie SeekinsStudentaei225@cisunix.unh.edu(207)702-7190Muscle Building 'Mallows As you can see these four peeps are staying healthy and in excellent shape (seriously, check out those muscles) by making the time to exercise. While the bunnies are busy lifting weights, running on the treadmill and doing push-ups, the chick seems a bit preoccupied with his reflection. Although it is great if your motivation is not pure vanity, the most important thing is that you make a plan to exercise and stick to it. 
  • Hi Dawn!Sorry this is late - I dropped off the gardening peeps yesterday, but got caught up in school (gasp!) - hope this is still ok! Sorry I goofed on the whole submission thing - I got a lovely spring cold which has really knocked me backwards! Josephine Hingston, Graduate student (English M.S.T)802.558.5391 Title: How does your garden grow? /OR/ Grow your own health! Description: The best exercise is outside! Growing your own food keeps you active and in tune with nature and the systems of living things - plants, like people, need proper nutrition and nurturing environments. Planting, weeding, watering, and fertilizing generates experience in the long-term efforts involved in creating and maintaining a healthy garden and a healthy self - there are no quick fixes or magic pills: it is a gradual, daily effort with wonderful rewards! These peeps are careful to protect themselves from the sun, but are also getting their daily dose of sunny vitamin D. Gardening grows delicious fresh vegetables and fruits, beautiful flowers, healthy and strong muscles and minds, and companionship with living things. Feedback on the description would be great, as it reads a bit cheesy to me!Many thanks,Josie
  • Title: Saving the World One Peep at a Time The United States Peep Corp requires their Peeps to stay physically and mentally fit. U.S. Peeps, like civilian peeps, use physical activity as a way to stay physically fit and mentally ready to tackle any situation they encounter in everyday life. U.S. Peeps know that it is not just about having a hard body that makes someone healthy.
  • Leah AkeyEthan Archunida-StudentsContact: Leah lhn7@unh.edu (802)318-8971Title: Fooseball PeepsThe diorama is a mini fooseball table with peeps playing the roles of the fooseball players. Fooseball represents a game that is physical to play but takes teamwork and mental strength. Also, the peeps look really cute in it :).Thanks for the opportunity, it was fun!--Leah and Ethan  --Leah AkeyUniversity of New Hampshire 12'"Chance is the fool's name for fate" -Fred Astaire
  • Leah AkeyEthan Archunida-StudentsContact: Leah lhn7@unh.edu (802)318-8971Title: Fooseball PeepsThe diorama is a mini fooseball table with peeps playing the roles of the fooseball players. Fooseball represents a game that is physical to play but takes teamwork and mental strength. Also, the peeps look really cute in it :).Thanks for the opportunity, it was fun!--Leah and Ethan  --Leah AkeyUniversity of New Hampshire 12'"Chance is the fool's name for fate" -Fred Astaire
  • Leah AkeyEthan Archunida-StudentsContact: Leah lhn7@unh.edu (802)318-8971Title: Fooseball PeepsThe diorama is a mini fooseball table with peeps playing the roles of the fooseball players. Fooseball represents a game that is physical to play but takes teamwork and mental strength. Also, the peeps look really cute in it :).Thanks for the opportunity, it was fun!--Leah and Ethan  --Leah AkeyUniversity of New Hampshire 12'"Chance is the fool's name for fate" -Fred Astaire
  • Leah AkeyEthan Archunida-StudentsContact: Leah lhn7@unh.edu (802)318-8971Title: Fooseball PeepsThe diorama is a mini fooseball table with peeps playing the roles of the fooseball players. Fooseball represents a game that is physical to play but takes teamwork and mental strength. Also, the peeps look really cute in it :).Thanks for the opportunity, it was fun!--Leah and Ethan  --Leah AkeyUniversity of New Hampshire 12'"Chance is the fool's name for fate" -Fred Astaire
  •  Kayley HermanJess ScialabbaCrystal ReidShelby TaylorAlyssa Curcio Students in OT 610Contact Person: Alyssa Curcio, akt25@ unh.edu, 860-287-2932 PEEP Show Title: Ballin? with the Peeps ?Ballin? with the Peeps? shows people with various abilities actively engaging in a sport that promotes teamwork, healthy competition, and social interaction in an environment that is supportive and promotes equality. The diorama displays a holistic approach to health as it includes individuals with an array of abilities experiencing emotional, mental, and physical well-being.
  • Megan MurnaneLisa GranwehrAlicia ZajacSam SmithLauren Campbell ID: Students in 610Contact: Lisa GranwehrContact Email: lnb23@unh.edu, 973-600-7878 Title: A Peep Into Nature  What does it mean to be healthy? There are many dimensions to health, but we often forget the importance of play and leisure. Having the opportunity to enjoy nature with others leads to a healthy mind, body, and spirit. Pictures attached
  • Names of individual(s) who worked on the diorama:                 COLA BSC:                                Kay Cichon                                Angele Cook                                Cindy Corriveau                                Christine EtterSapi LugallaKit NardelloSue St.LouisKaushalia TailorEileen Williams Contact Person Name:  Sue St.Louis Contact Person e-mail address:  Sue.Stlouis@unh.edu Contact person phone number:  862-2739 Title of diorama:  Healthy Peeple Rewarded @ UNH Brief description of the diorama and how it depicts staying healthy: UNH supports its employees during National Public Health Week and all year by sponsoring the Healthy Rewards Program for faculty and staff.  Our peeps are participating in the program to promote healthy futures. 
  • Balance Your Peeps…..Look at Health As A Whole.Names of individual(s) who worked on the diorama : Jennifer DeZenzo, Viviane Nguyen, Sarah Frederickson, SPIN  membersAre you students, faculty, staff : studentsContact person name : Viviane NguyenContact person eMail address : vty2@unh.eduContact person phone number 781-956-0501Title of the diorama: Balance Your Peeps…..Look at Health As A Whole.Brief description of the diorama and how it depcits staying healthy.  Our diorama depicts peeps on a see saw balancing fruit and vegetables on one end andice cream and cookies on the other. This illustrates our philosophy that “all foods fit” in moderation and eating is a balance act. We also have a peep “de-stressing” enjoying the sunshine on a swing wearing sunglasses. We also have a peep enjoying physical activity by jump roping. All three of these peeps illustrate the importance of looking at the whole picture of how you takecare of yourself, incorporating nutrition, physical activity and stress reduction. 
  • Annie SeekinsStudentaei225@cisunix.unh.edu(207)702-7190Muscle Building 'Mallows As you can see these four peeps are staying healthy and in excellent shape (seriously, check out those muscles) by making the time to exercise. While the bunnies are busy lifting weights, running on the treadmill and doing push-ups, the chick seems a bit preoccupied with his reflection. Although it is great if your motivation is not pure vanity, the most important thing is that you make a plan to exercise and stick to it. 
  • Both were made by Gables CAs.  SPeepF 30 was made by: Luke Miller Chelsea GoldthwaiteBess BrooksLinnea Fargo Chris Prisley Nate Talbot (STAFF)  This one is about safety in the sun!  Peeps need to wear their SPeepF 30 to avoid sunburns and even skin cancer!  
  • Diversity Peeps was made by: Wes Bates Euna Kim Tom Kennedy Trevor Williams Craig Martin Caitlin Ahearn  This one is about being accepting of all the peeps around us.  Variety is the spice of peep life! 
  • > Kylee Berry> Amy Ma> Alyssa Riley> Carolyn Gilooly> Colin O'Donnell> > Students in OT610> > Contact: Kylee Berry> KLW63@unh.edu> 617-775-9533> > Title> Peep Park: A Place for Play, Pleasure, and Participation> > In our diorama, we portray the idea of staying healthy through > engagement in play and leisure, as well as social participation, which > we believe are key elements for quality of life. At Peep Park we > encourage inclusion of all "peeple" of different abilities to > participate in a wide range of activities.

3rd Annual Peeps Show! 3rd Annual Peeps Show! Presentation Transcript

  • University of New HampshirePeeps ShowPeep Your Way to Health 2012
  • In April 2012, Health can include any the University The dioramas were all Everyone in the UNH component of the Wellness of New on display and community was Wheel.Hampshire did available for viewing invited to create a a great job There are 8 components to online! diorama of what itputting on the wellness: environmental, means to be healthy. 3rd Annual emotional, spiritual, physical, The winners are those The only rule was thatPeeps Show – financial, occupational, social who got the most votes the diorama had to Peep Your and intellectual. at the LIVE PEEPS SHOW include PEEPS!Way to Health. 17 WONDERFUL dioramas were and ONLINE! submitted by students and staff! ENJOY THE SHOW!
  • Enough talking! Lets The prizes were see the I can feel theCheck out fabulous! Who are winners excitement!these great the lucky winners? and all thedioramas submissions! DRUM ROLLsubmitted by PLEASE……individuals!
  • Most people are familiar with the Wizard of Oz- the scarecrow who wants a brain, the tin man who wants a heart, the lion who wants courage, and Dorothy, the girl with the ruby red slippers trying to find her way home. For this diorama I wanted to show how those characters could also provide a vision for ways to create wellness in our lives. Enjoy your journey to the Emerald City, where the blue bunny wizard will help you to see that you have the power to control your own feeling of wellness!The Wizard of Wellness Individual Submitted by: Judith Quist, Staff
  • Individual Submitted by: Christina Rowland StaffCouch-2-5KAn overweight, sedentary, and couch Peeptato our peep begins a transforming journey: destination health and wellness! Start by slowlyshedding fluff and trimming sugary coatings, next add activity and exercise, then train to run a 5K race; all mark achievable milestones. The“Couch-2-5K” program starts by alternating walking and running small distances, slowly building endurance until running 5K non-stop isachieved. Celebrations ensue after finishing the “Peeper” 5K in Barrington, NH!
  • Individual Submitted by: Michael Houle StudentPeeps Healthy Hockey at the WhitLook all around this EXACT SCALE (maybe) replica of the UNH Whittemore Center Arena to learn what it means to be healthy! And who could be better tohelp share this than Wild E. Cat and our UNH students?
  • Individual Submitted by: Peter Welch StaffAbsolutely, Positively Self-Loving Peeps“Sexual pleasure and orgasm is the source of life and creativity.” Betty Dodson,Artist, Author, and Sexologist, said this. For nearly threedecades, Betty has run bodysex groups where women learn about their bodies and their orgasms. She has empowering women to fully lovethemselves, and has nurtured women into wholeness of body, mind, and spirit. Women, men, and transgender individuals have all gained fromknowing Betty and her important work on sexual liberation.
  • Individual Submitted by: Annie Steeves StudentEnjoying Health Around the TriangleHealth covers many aspects of one’s life--mental, physical, and social well being. Each part of the triangle is equally important. On the physical side,a peep is snowboarding, and there are peeps behind the triangle who are enjoying a jog through college woods. On the mental side, there is a peepgetting some rest, some reading in the library, and also a peep getting help at the Counseling Center. On the social side, peeps are dancing to music,sharing a meal together, and building a snowman.
  • Individual Submitted by: Danette Perez StudentGet Up, Get Out, Get Well!For me, wellness and health is all about staying active and enjoying the natural world. These peeps agree! Some go bird watching out in the trees,some play frisbee with friends, have a picnic with their special peep, or do archery in the great outdoors.
  • Individual Submitted by: Emily Mender StudentFun at Mount PeepThese peeps are having a blast hiking up Mt. Peep for some fun in the snow. Little birdie peep is having a good time on his sled, while others arecheering on their friends as they take the plunge down Mt. Peep for some big mountain runs. The peeps are styling in full “onesie” outfits (withbuilt in helmets for safety of course). I have discovered a love for this sport, and the peeps agree that nothing feels better than the open air, a littleadrenaline, and making memories with friends.
  • Individual Submitted by: Danielle Lewis StudentHealthy Peeps and a Healthy EnvironmentIt is important for peeps to take good care of themselves by leading a healthy lifestyle involving a well-balanced diet with lots of fruits and veggies,daily exercise, a good-night’s sleep and time spent outside. A healthy lifestyle, however, is not enough if the peeps do not live in a healthy world!By recycling, utilizing the sun’s energy with solar panels, hang-drying clothes, and getting water from a well, these peeps are showing that theycare about their environment!
  • The group category means 2+ And these were AGAIN!Check out people REALLY GOOD! Enough withthese great worked on the talking!dioramas the diorama. Show me DRUM ROLLsubmitted by PEEPS! PLEASE……GROUPS!
  • Participation in organized sports fulfills many aspects of the Wellness. Regular activity reduces the risk of major illness, maintain normal sleep cycle and reduce bad types of stress (Physical/Emotional). Team members learn communication skills, and develop strong interpersonal relationships (Social). Sports help developing critical thinking skills (Intellectual). Sports may give meaning to someone’s life (Spiritual), particularly if they face challenges in other aspects of life. Made by Althetic Training staff from the UNH Athletic Department - Christine Alarcon, Jon Dana, Renee Kleszczynski, Meg Lesnikoski, Cindy Michaud, Glenn Riefenstahl, Dan Sedory, Katie Sheehan and Barbara Hemphill.Wellness for Life thru Activity in Sport
  • Group Submitted by: Made by Nikita DeBarras, Megan Pollack, Kelsey Lasner, Chrissy Karazum and Julie Skafidas, students in Occupational Therapy 610: Occupation, Identity, Disability.Peeps Need SleepThe Peeps are demonstrating healthy and non-healthy sleep hygiene in their dorm room. On the unhealthy side, Peeps are engaging in stayingup late, watching TV, and eating junk food. On the healthy side, the peeps are tucked into bed at a reasonable hour, and their environment isconducive to successful schoolwork and a regular sleep cycle
  • Group Submitted by: Made by students Tara Sevinsky, Dani Lewis, Alex Cousins, Jessica Schnepp and Kayla Bullock, students in Occupational Therapy 610: Occupation, Identity, Disability.Healthier UNH Starts with ExerciseExercise is a great way to occupy you time and provide meaning in your day! There are many free and fun ways to exercise aroundthe UNH campus such as taking a class at the gym, walking through college woods, playing basketball and going for walks aroundcampus! Some of the many benefits to exercise are meeting new people, improve your mood and self-esteem, learn new interests,increase energy level and decrease risk of disease. Exercise is a great way to have a healthier UNH!
  • Group Submitted by: Made by Christina O’Brien, Caitlin Nartiff and Katie Turner, students in Occupational Therapy 610: Occupation, Identity, Disability.Healthier America Begins with PlayPeople engage in play for self satisfaction on a daily basis. The drive for playing promotes physical, cognitive, and emotional health andis a way of expressing one self. Play is also a way of learning socialization skills and exploring one’s environment.
  • Group Submitted by: Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) Ashley Fowler Maggie Wells Connie DiSanto Amy Culp Mary MayhewIt’s a Jungle Out There…So Take CareHippos, Lions, and Crocs, OH MY! Peeps know how hectic the Jungle is with all those wild animals. They maintain their physical health byhiking on Safari. By spending time with good friends and appreciating other living creatures they maintain their social, emotional and spiritualhealth. Peeps stay environmentally and intellectually healthy by exploring and learning about nature (driving a veggie fueled jeep); &financially through fun and free activities and occupationally with self reflection.
  • Group Submitted by: Made by Cassandra Nelson and other UNH students in Occupational Therapy 610: Occupation, Identity, Disability.Doctor’s Visits & Annual Physical ExamsIn this diorama created by OT 610 students, peeps are demonstrating the importance of doctor’s visits andannual physical exams. Regular doctor’s visits, especially for children and as well as college students, promotebetter health for the future. These check-ups highlight disease prevention and education about individualhealth, so we can all strive towards a “Healthier America”.
  • Group Submitted by: Made by Kelsey Connors, Sarah McCausland, Victoria Polito and Riley Rousakis, students in Occupational Therapy 610: Occupation, Identity, Disability.Don’t Worry, Peep HappyA healthier America starts with engaging in meaningful occupations! This means balancing the everyday thingsin your life to stay happy and healthy. Whether it be work, play, hanging out with friends or having a snack;they’re all important!
  • OHEP – How can we help you?The Office of Health Education and Promotion (OHEP) has everything you need to PEEP yourself well!Call us to schedule an appointment and make sure your peep’in healthy! Group Submitted by: Made by staff members Rachael Kreckmann and Jane Shannon, Office of Health Education and Promotion, Health Services
  • Group Submitted by: Students in Occupational Therapy 610 Kylee Berry, Amy Ma, Alyssa Riley, Carolyn Gilooly, Colin ODonnellA Healthier America Starts with BalanceOccupations are the meaningful things you do everyday. It is important we fulfill all of our needs tobe healthy.
  • Seriously…this was Our cousins, the …and thanks to everyone Don’t forget a so much fun! UNHPeeps, really put on who voted! Your votes special thanks to is a great place to a show! really do matter! the organizers! live, work, study,AND thanks to all the Remember that this fall, UNH Health play and be UNH PEOPLE who when our Peeps the Services! They healthy! participated in the humans need to vote for a are AWESOME! 3rd Annual UNH new President! See you next year! Peeps Show! Congratulations to all our winners! You are some creative Peeps!