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Supporting the Mental Health of Academically High-Achieving Students
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Supporting the Mental Health of Academically High-Achieving Students

Register for the event here. After you complete registration, you will be sent a registration confirmation message which will include the meeting details to join on May 21st. If you are not sure about your NCHC login credentials, please read the information below.

When: Thursday May 21, 2020
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. CST
Where: Zoom Meeting Online
United States
Contact: NCHC Office

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Anxiety is the top mental health concern among college students, yet only one third of those suffering receive treatment. Many are high achievers misunderstood as Type-A personalities. The current situation has only intensified some of most pressing student concerns. This interactive session will give a voice to the issue, identify warning signs and illustrate the behaviors, attitudes and resources for struggling students.


Our guest facilitators from the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Active Minds will share their findings from more than 9,000 students surveyed. Both professionals and students are encouraged to attend this NCHC Virtual Meeting, and learn what you can do to support positive mental health within honors. 







Scott Mobley, MS | Executive Director, National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Scott has worked with NSCS for six years and stepped into the Executive Director role in January. He has experience in      education from Pre-K through college and has worked for multiple non-profits both local and national. Scott earned his BA in English and MS in Counseling from Indiana University Bloomington. He lives in Colorado with his wife and two kids and will probably go hiking when this presentation is finished.








Laura Horne, MPH, CHES | Chief Program Officer, Active Minds

Laura Horne develops innovative strategies and unique partnerships to empower students to help schools and society embrace a comprehensive, public health approach to mental health. Prior to Active Minds, Laura led public health initiatives at the National Association of County and City Health Officials and Tulane University. Laura earned her Master of Public Health degree in community health sciences from Tulane University and her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from Loyola University New Orleans. She has served as a featured expert in The Chronicle of Higher Education, CNN, Newsweek, Thrive Global, VICE, The Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, among other publications.







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