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For Colleges and Universities, Reopening Plans Must Meet Students’ Mental Health Needs

by Tracie Lowe, Charmaine Troy, Kimberly Walker, Althea Counts | April 14, 2021 As more people across the nation become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, colleges and universiti Read more

Former Lehigh University Student Who Admitted to Poisoning Roommate Sentenced to Seven to 20 Years in State Prison

by | March 25, 2021
A former Lehigh University student who admitted to poisoning his Black roommate with a heavy me [...] Read more

As Pandemic Lifts, Student Mental Health Needs Shift

by Janice A. Hall | March 24, 2021
Have we entered a season of hope for student mental health? The outlook for student well-being [...] Read more

Webinar Focuses on Mental Health Impact of Gendered Racism

by | March 23, 2021
The Steve Fund webinar, “Healing for Young Women of Color: How to Survive and Thrive in the F [...] Read more

University of Florida Puts Engineering Professor on Paid Leave After Graduate Student Suicide

by | March 2, 2021
The University of Florida has put on paid leave a tenured professor accused by a graduate stude [...] Read more

Study: Nearly Four in 10 University Students Addicted to Smartphone Use

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A study has found that nearly four in 10 university students are addicted to their smartphones, [...] Read more

COVID-19 Creates Framework for Permanent Campus Culture That Supports Mental Health

by Sharon Shapiro and Dori S. Hutchinson | February 5, 2021
Staggering loss of life, lingering effects of illness and treatment, economic instability and s [...] Read more

New College of Florida Receives Largest Gift from Mental Health Advocates

by | January 29, 2021
New College of Florida has received the largest gift in its 61-year history from the estate of [...] Read more

Report Highlights COVID-19 Impact on College Students’ Mental Health

by | January 13, 2021
A new report analyzed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health of college stude [...] Read more

College of the Albemarle Plans to Offer Course on Mental Health First Aid

by | January 7, 2021
The College of the Albemarle (COA) announced plans to offer a mental health first aid course, t [...] Read more

Academia’s Role in Fighting Mental Illness Stigma

by Daniel Blake | December 11, 2020
Though we are in an era of growing anti-intellectualism, colleges and universities still retain [...] Read more

Guide Recommends Ways to Incorporate Mental Health Practices into the First-Year Experience

by | November 11, 2020
This spring, Active Minds and the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and St [...] Read more

The Unique Challenges Faced By HBCU Students During COVID

by Stacia’ Alexander | October 26, 2020
Paul Quinn College President Michael Sorrell has been a leading advocate in higher education fo [...] Read more

Report Focuses on Improving the Mental Health of Students of Color

by | September 20, 2020
A task force formed by The Steve Fund — a nonprofit focused on the mental health of youth of [...] Read more

I, Too, Experienced Police Brutality

by Daniel Blake | September 11, 2020
There is a deeper connection between me, Jacob Blake, and Daniel Prude beyond our shared names. [...] Read more
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