Upcoming External Higher Education Learning Opportunities

NCSSLE posts upcoming higher education webinars and conferences that are hosted externally from the Center. This page compiles all upcoming events that have been posted in the Center’s Higher Education e-Digest.

NOTE: These events are hosted externally and may be available for only a limited time. Please contact the hosting organization directly to obtain archived content.

A Holistic Approach to Campus Mental Health
Tue, 02/07/2023 - 2:00 pm EST
Online
A healthy mind is essential for students to learn course material and for instructors to keep up with the rigors of a long semester. However, if psychological distress takes a grip on students and faculty, it can cause a chain reaction of negative well-being for the entire campus. What can be done to protect your academic community? One solution is to create an environment where mental-health awareness and mutual care are widely practiced. In our upcoming Virtual Forum, we will be joined by mental health experts to discuss how all groups across campus can create a culture of understanding and support. We will also discuss strategies for how leaders can build an infrastructure to best assist students and faculty who fall into crisis. Event registration.
Clery Center Comprehensive Campus Safety Training and Support
Wed, 02/08/2023 - 1:00 pm EST
Online
The colleges and universities we serve understand that a safe campus is critical to their institutions’ success. Clery Center's unique focus on both the letter and the spirit of the law gives institutions the tools they need to nurture the trust of their campus communities by creating a more transparent culture and an environment that encourages academic and emotional security. View event & training calendar
Fish and Chips: Comprehensive Collegiate Problem Gambling Programming
Wed, 02/15/2023 - 2:00 pm EST
Online
In developing a problem gambling program with colleges and universities; where do you start? Who do you work with? While professionals in the problem gambling field have known for years that college and university students are at an increased risk for developing problem gambling behaviors, few have been able to get effective and sustainable programs off the ground. These professionals typically receive the same responses of “our students don’t gamble” or more often “we have bigger fish to fry.” When developing a problem gambling program with colleges and universities we can’t just focus on the sports brackets, fantasy leagues and poker Chips, we must also address the Fish. This session will discuss the necessity of integrating problem gambling programming into campus life issues including substance use, mental health, finances, peer support and wellness and highlight key student populations to collaborate with when developing these programs. Free registration.
UNCF Leadership Conference
Thu, 02/16/2023 - 9:00 am EST
Online
If you want to connect with more than 500 students, faculty, leaders in the HBCU community, funding experts, sponsors, alumni and member institutions of the country’s largest and most effective African American education organization—UNCF, this is your chance. The UNCF Leadership Conference, a combination of the 76th National Alumni Council and the 64th National Pre-alumni Council, is the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with key decision makers and engage students who are on the path to leadership. Your involvement in this conference is an opportunity to demonstrate a commitment to education now and in the future. This exciting three-day leadership conference provides interactive and energizing workshops and industry speakers exploring the best and most promising practices relevant to students, alumni and UNCF-member HBCUs. Registration/hotel/fee/agenda information.
Student Mental Health in a Hybrid World
Tue, 03/14/2023 - 9:00 am EDT
Ann Arbor, MI
Presented by the University of Michigan Eisenberg Family Depression Center, this annual event brings together hundreds of researchers, clinicians, health education specialists, student support staff and students for a two-day event focused on mental health work in higher education. Students, at any level, from any institution, attend FREE using code STUDENT. Registration and other details. 

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