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Gold Standard Accredited Universities Quotes

We are honored to be recognized for the work we do to encourage our faculty and staff to lead a healthy lifestyle. Any steps we can take to reduce the cancer risk for our employees and campus community will have a long-term impact on the workforce in North Dakota.

John Richman
North Dakota State College of Science

Outstanding faculty, staff and students are the core of any great university.  Creating a worksite that promotes health should be an essential task of any university leader. The CEO Cancer Gold Standard accreditation provides a toolbox to accomplish this.

Jay E Maddock
Texas A&M School of Public Health

At Quinnipiac University, wellness matters. Our university-wide initiatives provide employees and their families with support and resources to achieve their own wellness goals. We are especially proud of this prestigious Gold Standard accreditation for our North Haven Campus, which is home to our Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences and our Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine.

John Lahey
Quinnipiac University

As a university, our most important asset is our people. Since innovative health care is one of the major areas of education, research, and service at the University of Iowa, we are especially proud to earn the CEO Cancer Gold Standard accreditation. The health and well-being of our university community is of paramount importance to our values and to our success. We also do our best to set a good example of workplace wellness for other educational institutions, employers, and organizations across the state, nation, and world. Being a Gold Standard institution affirms our excellence and encourages us to always strive higher to be the healthiest and most caring workplace we can be.

J. Bruce Harreld
University of Iowa

The University of North Dakota has a long and nationally recognized history of focusing on the health and wellness of our students, faculty and staff, as well as the Grand Forks community and, indeed, the State of North Dakota.

Mark Kennedy
University of North Dakota

At Ohio State, promoting health and wellbeing is an integral part of our university culture. Our goal to become the world’s healthiest university includes building a sustained culture of wellness. Research supports that 80 percent of chronic diseases can be prevented through healthy lifestyle choices; one of those is avoiding tobacco, the leading cause of preventable death. Ohio State wants all of its Buckeyes to lead long, healthy and productive lives.

Bernadette Melnyk
Vice President for Health Promotion, Chief Wellness Officer, Dean College of Nursing
The Ohio State University