Supporting students in recovery from substance use is a critical issue that the college environment can help facilitate. All students, but particularly those in recovery, benefit from classroom environments that promote a sense of belonging with instructors knowledgeable about ISU resources of support.
We invite you to attend the webinar, Students in Addiction Recovery: What faculty should know to create supportive classrooms, Apr. 13 (1-1:50 p.m., register via Zoom). The presenters from Student Wellness and Counseling Services will share information about students in recovery (both at ISU and nationally), discuss how to foster an inclusive learning environment to supports students, and provide best practices about how we can connect students to resources (e.g., ISU’s Collegiate Recovery Community), and create an affirming space for optimal learning.
- Brian Vanderheyden, M.Ed, CHES, Director, Student Wellness
- Carlos Vidales, M.S, CRC Graduate Coordinator, Student Wellness
- Sydney Dunn, LMHC; Clinical Therapist & Substance Use Services Coordinator, Student Counseling Services
We hope to see you there,
Sara Marcketti, Director
Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
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