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Impacting Student Success and Retention through Supporting Student Wellness

Student Wellness is a sub-group of the CETL Teaching in the 21st Century Best Practices initiative.

Thursday, June 4
10:00 - 11:45 a.m.


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Students face many challenges on university campuses across the nation. National trends continue to show the impact that college student mental health has on student retention, success and wellbeing. The best way to support and enhance student mental health is through a collaborative approach across campus. This workshop will provide an interactive, practical experience of better understanding college student mental health, the impact of COVID 19, resource sharing, and skills to assist and support students.

Participants who attend this workshop will be able to:
•  Understand the trends of mental health concerns on college campuses and specific to UWO
•  Gain insight into the impact of COVID 19 on student wellbeing currently and the potential impact in the future
•  Build knowledge on the resources available to students for supporting their mental health
•  Share experiences and ideas on how to enhance and support students’ wellbeing

Presenters:

CETL Instructor Collaborative Team on Student Wellness

•  Sandy Cox, Oshkosh campus
•  Michael Baltutis, Oshkosh campus
•  Li-Hsuan Hsu, Oshkosh campus
•  Kathy Immel, Fox Cities campus
•  Tammy Ladwig, Fox Cities campus
•  Michelle Mouton, Oshkosh campus
•  Crystal Mueller, Oshkosh campus


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