April 8, 2021
This 90-minute webinar presents the findings of a recent national pilot study examining the perceptions and behaviors of college and university faculty as they relate to supporting student mental health and substance use. A partnership between the Mary Christie Foundation, the Healthy Minds Network, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, and faculty at the Boston University School of Public Health, this webinar includes a presentation of topline results by Principal Investigator Sarah K. Lipson, Ph.D. The survey findings provide policy-relevant information including faculty’s experiences supporting students in distress during the COVID-19 pandemic, sense of responsibility to provide guidance and referrals for students around mental health, and needs and preferences in terms of future trainings.
The Role of Faculty in Student Mental Health report, April 2021
Webinar Presentation Slides, April 2021
Quadcast: Faculty’s Role in Student Mental Health. Sarah K. Lipson, PhD and Zoe Ragouzeos, PhD, April 2021
The Steve Fund: Adapting and Innovating to Promote Mental Health and Emotional Well-Being of Young People of Color: COVID-19 and Beyond, Fall 2020
Active Minds: Creating a Culture of Caring, Faculty Resource, 2020