Online event: Ubiquitous Stress, Responsive Mentorship in the Higher Education Mental Health Crisis (CIRTL)

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Date/Time:Thursday, 21 Jun 2018 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Location:View on your own register through CIRTL through link below
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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This panel discussion will explore supporting students (and colleagues) through stress-induced anxiety and depression in their academic careers. In particular, speakers will highlight the ways in which faculty, postdocs, and graduate students can be accessible as resources for undergraduates, and practical strategies for referring mentees of all levels elsewhere when their struggles are outside the realm of a mentor's expertise.

This drop-in, online event is open to the public and takes place on Thursday, June 21 at 2-3PM ET / 1-2PM CT / 12-1PM MT / 11AM-12PM PT. Pending sufficient interest, CIRTL may add two additional events to this series later in the summer (so if you want more, let us know!). Please note that this event will be recorded and may be shared on CIRTL's public YouTube channel.

Nicole Pizzutelli, Interim Associate Director, CARE Network, University of Rochester
Nic Hammond, Assistant Director for Workshops, CETL, University of Rochester

*To register* visit CIRTL's Ubiquitous Stress: Responsive Mentorship in the Higher Education Mental Health Crisis website.

*Questions about attending the CIRTL event?*

Visit CIRTL's How to attend CIRTL drop-in events as a member institution web guide

Visit CIRTL's How to Use Blackboard Collaborate web guide or email

*About CIRTL (Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning)*
ISU's membership in CIRTL is sponsored in a partnership between CELT and the Graduate College.

CIRTL's mission is to enhance excellence in undergraduate education through the development of a national faculty committed to implementing and advancing effective teaching practices for diverse learners as part of successful and varied professional careers. It was established with the intent of preparing future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) faculty across the nation, to ultimately improve the STEM learning of all students, at every college and university, and thereby to increase the diversity in STEM fields and the STEM literacy of the nation. The three CIRTL core ideas are: Evidence-based Teaching, Learning Communities, and Learning-through-Diversity.

This event is promoted ISU's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. Learn more via the CELT website.