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|Size||0.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 50 items)|
|Abstract||The Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service (HSICS) at UNC Chapel Hill was formed in October 1971. The peer counseling service aimed to share accurate information on many aspects of sexuality, refer students and other community members to local professionals and resources, and to provide one-on-one counseling on sexuality and relationships. The files in this collection are those of Victor Schoenbach, a white graduate student in the Department of Health Education who served as a discussion leader in the undergraduate course Health Education 33 (HEED 33) and as a counselor for the HSICS.|
|Creator||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service.|
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The Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service (HSICS) at UNC Chapel Hill was formed in October 1971. The peer counseling service aimed to share accurate information on many aspects of sexuality, refer students and other community members to local professionals and resources, and to provide one-on-one counseling on sexuality and relationships.Back to Top
Records consist of promotional materials (including a pamphlet and campaign plan), drafts and notes for a booklet on sex, suggestions for discussion leaders, reports, presentations, materials related to the course Health Education 33 (HEED 33), essays on reproductive health and public health administrative practices, and project notes on campus mental health. Also included are recordings of two seminars led by Vic Schoenbach on sexual health and relationships. The recordings include student discussions of dating, gender expectations, and relationships.Back to Top
Processed by: Tierra Thomas, September 2019
Encoded by: Laura Smith, October 2019
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