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March 23, 2016
 

UA INSIDER: Mental health and the university

The issue of mental health on campus goes beyond access to counselling services and wellness activities. Campus communities are increasingly seeking change in the university's work culture and in the language around mental health. From our archives, here’s a brief primer on mental health and the Canadian campus.

 

“My grief lies all within” — PhD students, depression and attrition

By MELONIE FULLICK | Dec. 14, 2011

By JENEFER CURTIS | Nov. 14, 2012

By LARRY MCCLOSKEY and JOHN MEISSNER | Sept. 11, 2013


By DAVID SMITH | May 14, 2014

By NATALIE SAMSON | Nov. 5, 2014

By ALEX GILLIS | Nov. 3, 2015

SNEAK PEEK: May 2016

Our cover story looks at indigenization at Canadian universities (and includes artwork from Cree-Métis illustrator Julie Flett). We also look at the “Slow Professor” movement, campus emergency alert systems, the crisis in the liberal arts, and Zika research in Canada.

Our May issue lands the week of April 4. Subscribe today and make sure you get it.

 

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