Join our conversation on Thursday, April 7 from 12:10 – 1:00p.m., 2030 Morrill Hall to discuss how student stress, depression, and anxiety often manifest themselves as disruptive and distressed behaviors. Reducing stress, depression, and anxiety increases student engagement, ability to learn, and the mental health and well being of our communities. This panel will provide information and resources for helping faculty identify and respond compassionately and effectively to students exhibiting these behaviors. Visit Learn@ISU website to register for the event.
- Visit Faculty and Staff Guide, Student Assistance website
- View 10.5 Policy for Dealing with Classroom Disruption, Faculty Handbook, University Policy Library website
- Sara Kellogg, Assistant Dean/Director of Office of Student Conduct
- Kipp Van Dyke, Assistant Dean of Students/Director for Student Assistance and Outreach