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Welcome to The Chronic Project, we are a group on Mizzou's campus whose goals are to educate our campus, advocate for and support those will chronic illness and disabilities. Interested in joining? We meet every Thursday at 6pm in the Student Center Room 2204! Anyone is welcome at anytime. 

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Description

The purpose of our organization is to provide a safe and positive space for students with chronic illnesses, chronic health conditions, and chronic pain to come together, talk, and support one another. Along with being a support for one another, we also hope to be a group that advocates, educates and works together to be a group on campus that can change the way our world views disability and chronic illness. One goal we truly want is to break the view of, “it’s just a phase” for issues with Chronic Illness and Disability. With every day, more and more students come in contact with fellow students, friends and family members living in the chronic category.

Category

Advocacy

President Name (Organization's Primary Contact)

Alyssa Henzler

Vice-President Name (Organization's Secondary Contact)

Layne Silverman

Treasurer Name (Organization's Fiscal Contact)

Alyssa Henzler

Faculty/Staff Advisor Name

Dr. Julie Elman

Advisor Job/Work Title

Ex: Professor of Health Sciences, Academic Advisor of Journalism, Chef for Dining Services, etc.

Assistant Professor of Women's & Gender Studies

Organization Email Address

This is the publicly available e-mail that is intended for people interested in contacting the organization for more information.

Campus Mailing Address

All Recognized Student Organizations are required to have an on-campus physical mailing address. Please provide your information below.

325 Arvarh E. Strickland Hall

Membership Criteria / Selection Process

Please describe who is eligible for membership and list any criteria used in the selection process. If open to all, please indicate so. (Keep in mind the non-discrimination clause from the organization's constitution.)

Everyone is welcome!

Here's What We Do

This is less formal than your purpose statement. Take this opportunity to discuss any activities the organization may be known for or what members of your organization can expect to gain through becoming a member.

We work as a group to educate, advocate and support Mizzou's campus.

Meeting Information

Please include the days/dates your organization meets, the location(s), and time(s). This information helps interested students connect with the organization.

We meet every other Monday at 6pm in the Student Center!

Election Month

May