Foundation for Fraternal Excellence Mental Health Study

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Add to Calendar 2021-03-22 00:00:00 2021-03-22 00:00:00 Foundation for Fraternal Excellence Mental Health Study Mental health is a growing concern in the United States, especially among the youth and young adult populations and even more exacerbated by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Using large-scale data, this study examined mental health experiences and behaviors of the fraternity/sorority community and compared results with unaffiliated students. In this webinar, Dr. Meghan Grace and Dr. Amanda Assalone will provide overview of the findings and discuss the implications for fraternity/sorority professionals and volunteers. To register. Virtual Virtual noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Mental health is a growing concern in the United States, especially among the youth and young adult populations and even more exacerbated by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. Using large-scale data, this study examined mental health experiences and behaviors of the fraternity/sorority community and compared results with unaffiliated students. In this webinar, Dr. Meghan Grace and Dr. Amanda Assalone will provide overview of the findings and discuss the implications for fraternity/sorority professionals and volunteers. To register.


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