Quadcast: UVA’s Dr. Michael Gerard Mason
In this week’s Quadcast, University of Virginia’s Dr. Michael Gerard Mason spoke with us about the new norms for student mental health and the necessity for remembering race in America long after 2020.
Dr. Mason, PhD, LPC, NCC, NCSC, is the Associate Dean of African American Affairs, Director of the Luther Porter Jackson Black Cultural Center at the University of Virginia, and expert advisor to The Steve Fund. Dr. Mason discusses his ground-breaking work on Black student mental health at UVA as well as how caretaking norms on campus have changed with the pandemic, and the inflection point that now exists for how we respond to racial disparities in this country.
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