Gloria Cordes Larson to Chair the Mary Christie Institute Board of Directors
Former President of Bentley University to take leadership role at national think tank dedicated to student emotional and behavioral health The Mary Christie Institute, an education and policy organization dedicated to student emotional and behavioral health, today announced that Gloria Cordes Larson, JD, will chair its Board of Directors. Larson…
Majority of US Faculty Members Help Students Deal with Mental Health Issues—but Few Are Trained for It
Consider This: Nearly 9 in 10 Professors Say Student Mental Health Has Worsened During Pandemic
Faculty Awareness, Receptiveness, and Self-Care in Addressing Student Mental Health
Survey: Nearly 9 in 10 Professors Say Student Mental Health Has Worsened During Pandemic
Professor’s job increasingly includes mental health component
Survey finds 80% of faculty dealt with a student issue in last 12 months
New report finds faculty dealing with increasingly distressed students and in need of more support
First of its kind Survey on Faculty’s Response to Student Mental Health Provides Key Takeaways for Colleges in Addressing Campus Mental Health Crisis Faculty seek more support in dealing with students’ mental health and see problem worsening since COVID-19 A new survey by the Boston University School of Public…
Professors Share Widespread Concern About Students’ Mental Health, BU Study Finds
After more than a year of social distancing and remote learning, a new Boston University study finds that nearly all college professors say their students have been struggling with their mental health during the pandemic.
Faculty: ‘Gatekeepers’ of Student Mental Health?
Students are increasingly relying on professors for mental health assistance. The instructors are willing — challenging long-standing perceptions that it’s “not part of the job” — but they need and want more guidance on how to help, report says.