Practice Makes Policy: Creating Policy That Enables Well-being

Posted on March 17th, 2016

This graphic recording was created during Jenna Omassi’s keynote presentation and student reflections following her presentation focusing on policy change on BC campuses at Summit 2016. Below is a description of the keynote:

“A challenge to health and well-being on college...

Dinner and Dialogue: Engaging Community in Conversations about Drinking Culture

Posted on December 24th, 2015

This is a guide on how one might host a dinner and dialogue on the culture of alcohol with members of the community. This first part of the guide outlines the reasons one might host a dinner and dialogue, as well as a potential planning and facilitation approach to a dinner and dialogue....

A Guide for Promoting Healthier Residence Environments

Posted on October 20th, 2015

This guide is one in a series of resources intended to serve a comprehensive approach to promoting healthier relationships with alcohol and other substances in post-secondary settings. Grounded in evidence and theory, it features ideas and suggestions for supporting the creation of a healthier...

Framework for Post-Secondary Student Mental Health

Posted on January 27th, 2015

This conceptual framework is drawn from Post-Secondary Student Mental Health: Guide to a Systemic Approach. The model illustrates the broad areas of a systemic approach to post-secondary mental health identified for strategy development across three target populations.

From Our Students

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from the Students’ Roundtable (Panel Discussion) at Summit 2012. This armchair discussion featured a number of student leaders from across British Columbia. Each of the panelists was called upon to share their perspectives on the role of healthy campus communities,...

Rethinking Success for Indigenous Students

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from the presentation “Rethinking Success for Indigenous Students: Intersecting Dynamics of Health and Cultural Relevance in Shaping Educational Environments” at Summit 2012. For many Indigenous students, success means more than making it through to graduation....

What Do Our Students Have to Say?

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from a catalyst session: Student Consultant Panel Interview at Summit 2011. This plenary dialogue session served as an opportunity to position a group of students as consultants about
the project of promoting campus mental health and reducing harmful substance...

What’s Important to YOU About Campus Mental Health?

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from the dialogue sessions at Summit 2011 looking at what was important to participants about campus mental health.

Student Engagement

Posted on January 17th, 2015

A graphic recording from Summit 2011 on student engagement.