86% of current postsecondary students feel stressed at least weekly, with 54% feeling stressed on a daily basis.
This panel discussion featuring Canadian experts on student wellbeing will provide insights into how students currently feel, effective strategies to identify those who need extra support, and thoughts on wellbeing in 2022 as we approach the end of the current academic semester.
Chaired by Professor Judyth Sachs, hear from senior leaders across the Canadian Higher Education sector discuss the challenging issues of how we may need to reset our student experience and support practices in order to improve student wellbeing.
- Dr. Anne Duffy, Academic Psychiatrist, Division of Student Mental Health at Queen's University
- Verity Turpin, CPA, CMA - Vice Provost, Student Affairs at Dalhousie University
- Dr. Andrea Levinson, Psychiatrist-in-chief of Health & Wellness and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto
- Joshua Xavier, MSc Candidate at Ivey Business School
- Chaired by Judyth Sachs, Studiosity Chief Academic Officer; former Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Macquarie University, Australia, Higher Education consultant for KPMG, and facilitator for Advance HE
See previous sessions and learn more at studiosity.com/symposium