Dartmouth has launched Refresh, a program developed at Stanford University that provides students with information on sleep physiology, mindfulness, and circadian rhythms to help them improve their sleeping habits, reports The Dartmouth.

Kristin Winkle ’18, a participant in the pilot Refresh program, said other students often express pride after pulling all-nighters or working until the early hours of the morning.

“I think sleep is seen as the enemy of fun, or of productivity,” Winkle said, adding that the Refresh program has allowed her to develop healthier sleep patterns by teaching her more about the science of sleep.