Student mental health has reached a point of crisis on college campuses nationwide, with indicators from national surveys pointing to worsening mental health across all metrics. At Dartmouth, this trend is reflected in local assessments and in the concerns of those who witness students’ struggles in the classroom every day. As demands on time, energy, and resources have increased amid the individual and collective trauma of recent years, students and faculty alike are challenged to continue the teaching and learning endeavor as usual.
In this session, student representatives from the Dartmouth Mental Health Union will share perspectives and invite discussion with faculty on the state of campus wellbeing, and offer resources and strategies faculty can use to support their students in and out of the classroom. Participants (and all others!) are invited to attend more in-depth training and access additional resources on student mental health following the session.
Please register: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/10683419
This event is being held in person. If you are sick, please do not attend. If you cannot attend in person due to illness or disability, please email us at least 48 hours in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org to make alternate arrangements. While we cannot promise an equivalent remote experience, we are happy to accommodate. Thank you!