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New Open-Source Article for Resilience and COVID-19

Researchers at Florida State University have recently published another study detailing the effect of an online resilience platform and the impact it has on supporting students with health inequities during COVID-19. The article was published in the Journal of College Health and can be accessed for free at Taylor and Francis online. Check out theContinue reading “New Open-Source Article for Resilience and COVID-19”

Reinforcing Resilience With School Spirit

Schools spirit is a powerful tool for institutions to drive student engagement across campus, not to mention drive alumni donations. School spirit can energize a student body and drive them to engage with campus initiatives or support on-campus or community programs. In the drive to build a strong culture around school spirit, resilience and wellnessContinue reading “Reinforcing Resilience With School Spirit”

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The Delta Variant and Resilience

With classes back in session and the long awaited return to “normal” administrators need to consider the flexibility of their plans with regards to the delta variant. With no standard operating practice for the return of students institutions need to handle their incoming students by themselves. This uncertainty not only impacts administrators but students asContinue reading “The Delta Variant and Resilience”

Mental Health Silos and the Return to College

Students searching for mental health and wellness resources on their campuses have been met with information silos long before Covid-19 became part of the national discussion. Now, with students returning to campus in the fall, students are looking at mental health resources for support even more than before. One of the primary obstacles confronting studentsContinue reading “Mental Health Silos and the Return to College”

Imposter Syndrome

Regardless of how hard they’ve worked to succeed academically, many students still experience Imposter Syndrome at college.  They feel as though they don’t belong at the institution, or that they are somehow frauds and less worthy than their peers to be part of the university. When we talked to students at FSU, we found manyContinue reading “Imposter Syndrome”

Webinar Recording

Thank you so much to Dr. Oehme for your time. We will be hosting webinars, both live and recorded at the end of each month. If you would like to schedule a demo please click here!


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