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The Mental-Health Crisis on Campus
College students are in the midst of a mental-health crisis, with suicide the second-leading cause among American college students. How can colleges prioritize suicide prevention, de-escalation, and postvention strategies?

To discuss this urgent issue, The Chronicle is assembling a panel of experts in a virtual forum to examine how colleges can respond to the increased need for mental-health support on campus.
- How has the pandemic exacerbated college students’ already-growing struggles with mental health?
- How are strained campus counseling centers meeting the demands of students reporting unprecedented levels of anxiety and depression?
- What strategies can campus counseling centers employ to help prevent future tragedies?

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Dec 8, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Alexander C. Kafka
Senior Editor @The Chronicle of Higher Education
Gary D. Glass
Director, Counseling and Career Services @Oxford College of Emory University
Ryan Houston-Dial
Grad student, clinical-community psychology @University of South Carolina
Doreen Marshall
Vice President for Mission Engagement @American Association for Suicide Prevention
Kimberly Quinn
Professor of Psychology, Well-being Innovation & Coordination @Champlain College
Michael Gerard Mason
Associate Dean, African-American Affairs and Director of the Luther Porter Jackson Black Cultural Center @University of Virginia