Is a return to “normal” the best thing for student well-being? The pandemic, racial justice issues and identity-based discrimination have shone a light on societal inequities and impacted students in different ways.
Now more than ever, campus leaders are striving to create a culture of inclusivity, sense of community and feeling of belonging that supports a diverse range of students who have felt — and still feel — the negative impact of intersecting tensions.
As schools prepare to welcome students back, colleges and universities need to ensure that campus is a place where all students can thrive.
In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from higher education experts on strategies and resources that your institution can use to support diverse student populations. From academics to student health, learn how all aspects of an institution work together to create a community where every student can succeed and grow.
- Stacia Alexander, LPC-S, Mental Health Director, Paul Quinn College
- Tanya Bass, Ph. D., Senior Manager of Health Equity, Active Minds
- Kayla Lisenby-denson, Assistant Director of the LGBTQ+ Center, Wake Forest University
- Geela Margo Ramos, Student and Active Minds President, University of Central Florida
- Joanna Royce-Davis, Ph. D., Vice President for Student Life, Pacific Lutheran University
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