Sponsors of MCI’s publications – the Mary Christie Quarterly, weekly MCFeed, and Quadcast – are able to reach thousands of college and university leaders mental health practitioners, thought leaders, and experts while helping MCI to continue to grow and produce leading resources supporting the emotional and behavioral health of young adults.
Sponsor a Publication
LearningWell is a publication about how higher education influences life-long wellbeing. A partnership of the Mary Christie Institute and the Coalition for Transformational Education (CTE), LearningWell includes research, perspectives, interviews, and reporting on topics that involve preparing students to flourish well after graduation in their careers and their lives. The desire to gain knowledge around mental health and wellbeing among higher education has never been greater. There is an emerging awareness that this is part of a bigger need to change the way we teach and learn. LearningWell provides a community forum for these ideas to be discussed and reported on. The publication’s academic style and magazine-like readability fills a void in existing scholarship on these subjects.
Recent LearningWell highlights:
Young Professionals of Color Speak Out About Workplace Climates: New report provides recommendation on how to respond
Understanding how young graduates of color experience their predominantly White workplaces is a critical part of creating flourishing cultures within increasingly diverse work environments. As corporations and organizations continue to work at this with varying success, the Steve Fund has released a new report that can help guide their efforts. …
Q&A with Dr. Félix V. Matos Rodríguez, Chancellor of the City University of New York (CUNY): CUNY Chancellor Matos Rodriguez on the system he calls “the Ellis Island of education"
CUNY Chancellor Matos Rodríguez is everywhere these days promoting and advocating for a system he calls “the Ellis Island of education.” CUNY has a storied history where separate public colleges, many with famous alumni from underserved communities, came together over time to form the nation’s largest urban public university, serving…
Q&A with Dr. Robert Waldinger, Co-Author of The Good Life: Lessons on how to live well from the longest study on adult life
Bob Waldinger is a psychiatrist, a professor at Harvard Medical School, and the Director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, the world’s longest scientific study of happiness. His new book, The Good Life, with Dr. Marc Schulz, provides insights regarding what makes some people happier and more satisfied than…
The MCFeed is a weekly summary of news and information with links to news articles and research reports delineated by student affairs topics, starting with the week’s national coverage of the emotional and behavioral health of college students. It includes articles from college newspapers throughout the country and is consistently well-received by an engaged audience in higher education and young adult behavioral health.
The Mary Christie Quadcast
The Mary Christie Quadcast, the Institute’s podcast was launched in June of 2020 and is released bi-monthly. The Quadcast features higher education leaders and experts discussing the emotional and behavioral health of college students. Marjorie Malpiede, Executive Director of the Mary Christie Institute, and Dana Humphrey, Associate Director of the Mary Christie Institute, are co-hosts for the Quadcast.