UC experts will share how COVID-19 has affected students’ mental health
As we continue to understand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, its effects on mental health and well-being have become an area of concern — including among the student population.
On May 25, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. (PT), join UCOP’s Division of Graduate, Undergraduate and Equity Affairs (GUEA) for the second event in its new webinar series — The Pandemic’s Effects on UC Student Outcomes and Success. This webinar, Student Mental Health in the Time of COVID, will overview national data on mental health trends among college students as well as patterns across the University of California. The presenters will also share their perspectives and explain how UC is addressing the student mental health crisis through supportive programs, services and strategies.
- Frances Diaz, Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, UC Irvine
- Marcelle Hayashida, Associate Vice Chancellor for Wellness, Health and Counseling Services, UC Irvine
- Sharleen O’Brien, Associate Dean and Director of Health and Wellness, UC Santa Barbara
- Cory Vu, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Health, Wellness and Divisional Resources, UC Davis
For questions, contact Kari Stewart.Tags: Cory Vu, COVID-19, Frances Diaz, GUEA, Marcelle Hayashida, Sharleen O’Brien