Ginsburg Library Events
Mental Health and Academics: Tips and Strategies for College Students (online)
Health sciences students face extreme levels of anxiety, stress, depression, and more, often affecting their performance in the classroom or their relationships both inside and outside of school. For all students, college life comes with new challenges, risks, and responsibilities which can increase the risk for mental health problems.
Whether you have a diagnosed condition or not, your mental health should not impact your right to an education. This panel brings together experts and scholars who will share their stories, tips for self-care, and resources for more assistance. You'll meet the following people:
- Janie Egan, MPH, CHES, Mental Well-Being Program Coordinator, Temple University Wellness Resource Center
- Hannah Roach, Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Class of 2023
- Janet A. Castellini, MSS, LCSW., Personal Counseling Services for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine
- Jen Rowe, MA, LPC, Student Services Coordinator, Disability Resources and Services
This program will be presented via Zoom. Registration is encouraged. On the day of the program, use this link to join: https://temple.zoom.us/s/96077868215
This workshop is presented in conjunction with Care and Custody: Past Responses to Mental Health exhibit. This exhibit, sponsored by the National Library of Medicine, will be on display in the Ginsburg Library from the end of September through the beginning of November 2021. We have prepared a weeklong online program related to the exhibit, which features workshops, speaker events, and local resources.
Please contact Jenny Pierce, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
Event is open to: Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, Temple Hospital staff and the community.
- Tuesday, October 5, 2021
- 6:00pm - 7:15pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)