Campus Health Resources to Help Students Live Well
Tulane Campus Health is devoted to engaging the Tulane community in the work of creating a healthier campus. Health and learning are inextricably linked and many studies support the connection between well-being and engaged learning, and academic success. This annual webinar provides parents and guardians with information about Campus Health resources and services students can access to help them live well during their time at Tulane.
Sexual Assault Prevention Education and Response Resource
Staff from the The Well for Health Promotion, CAPS for Counseling Services, and Case Management and Victim Support Services will speak with parents about Tulane’s prevention and education efforts around sexual violence. Parents will also hear about support services available to students who are victims/survivors of sexual assault and about Tulane’s policies and procedures for responding to reports of sexual assault. Parents will learn how they and their students can positively contribute to creating a climate of care and concern at Tulane and creating a campus free from sexual violence.
Parents' Critical Role in Raising Resilient Students
This one hour webinar discusses one of the most difficult questions with which parents struggle – "How do I love my child unconditionally while also holding him/her to high expectations?" The dynamic tension between these two forces, love and expectations, explains many of the forces that create anxiety and perfectionism in too many of our young people today. In this webinar, guest presenter Dr. Ken Ginsburg draws from the science and his clinical experience to discuss strategies to strike the right balance. This webinar will be useful for all parents of Tulane students, but may be particularly meaningful for parents who are still raising our students' younger siblings.
Campus Health Resources and Services
Campus health is devoted to engaging the Tulane community in the work of creating a healthier campus. Health and learning are inextricably linked and many studies support the connection between well-being and engaged learning, and academic success. This webinar will provide faculty and staff with information about Campus Health resources and services for graduate and professional students to help them thrive during their time at Tulane.
Campus Health Resources and Services to Help Students Thrive
Campus health is devoted to engaging the Tulane community in the work of creating a healthier campus. Health and learning are inextricably linked and many studies support the connection between well-being and engaged learning, and academic success. This webinar will provide faculty and staff with information about Campus Health resources and services students can access to help them thrive during their time at Tulane.
Faculty’s Critical Role in Fostering Student Resilience
This 2-hour seminar started with a presentation on the factors that have contributed to so many of our society’s academically driven students having high levels of anxiety, depression, and perfectionism. Then, the group discussed strategies the Tulane community can take to address the needs of its student body. A larger academic question was discussed – how do we acknowledge the anxieties of our students without lowering the expectations and standards faculty are required to maintain? Dr. Ginsburg did not come up with answers to this very difficult question, campuses nationwide are struggling with this issue.
Research has shown that the emotional well-being of students has a direct impact on their academic success. According to NAMI, nearly 73 percent of students living with a mental health condition experienced a mental health crisis on campus. On-campus counseling services are a critical first step in addressing the matter, but more innovative approaches are necessary to ensure all student needs are met.
This webinar features experts sharing the innovative approaches campuses are implementing to help support emotional wellness on campus.
This webinar on the Tulane Reading Project 2016 selection, Asking For It by Kate Harding, is open to all Tulane students, parents, faculty, staff and alumni. The webinar will briefly talk about the reading project, provide a book overview, discuss tips for talking about the content of the book and provide supportive resources.
In spring of 2015, Tulane adopted a revised Alcohol Policy that was more streamlined, user-friendly, and better aligned with best practices and federal regulations. This revised policy addresses high-risk alcohol use as a public health concern and was developed based on broad and dynamic involvement from all campus constituencies, especially students. This webinar will highlight the most significant updates to the Alcohol Policy and what these changes mean for faculty, staff, and the students with whom they work.