We invite you to submit a session proposal for the 3rd Annual Impact Summit on College Student Mental Health to be held virtually April 28, 2021. The advisory committee hopes to provide participants with a diverse array of educational sessions pertaining to college student mental health. The Impact Summit will be a day-long conference consisting of keynotes and educational break-out sessions on topics pertaining to college student mental health. Through educational dialogue, we hope to add to the community conversation around mental health and destigmatize mental health concerns.
Session topics might include sharing best practices or strategies; innovative programs and services; academic research studies; personal/professional stories and experiences relevant to the conference’s subject; and/or opportunities for discussing “hot topics” in college student mental health such as COVID-19 and the affect on college students. Sessions may be poster or concurrent sessions of 50 minutes, including time for participant discussion.
For questions about the Impact Summit on College Student Mental Health Conference, contact Priscilla Childress, chair of the Impact Summit Advisory Board, by phone at (417) 836-3060, by text at (417) 812-5468 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: CEU's (Continuing Education Units) will be offered for the Impact Summit.