Notice & Respond: Assisting Students in Distress

From the Office of Faculty Development & Diversity

For those who were not able to attend the very helpful session offered on February 4. Catherine Thrasher-Carroll (Skorton Center for Health Initiatives) and Katherine Goldberg (CAPS: Community Consultation and Intervention) will hold again the live session, Notice & Respond: Assisting Students in Distress, on March 4.

You might also find useful the resources available at this archived KnightlyNews post: Students of Concern.

Notice & Respond: 

Assisting Students in Distress

Friday, March 4

10:00 - 11:30 AM

on Zoom


As we near the end of the second year of the COVID 19 pandemic, we see a great impact on the mental health of our students, faculty and staff. In addition to the challenges and stressors experienced by college students every academic year, the uncertainties of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are creating additional stressors. Students are also navigating stressful racial and economic environments.

This Notice and Respond session will highlight familiar and less familiar signs of distress and corresponding response options available to you in your role as faculty. Didactic material and situational examples will be presented along with a review and update of current campus resources to share with your students and to assist you as you support them.

There will be time for questions and answers.

Thank you!

Catherine & Katherine

Catherine Thrasher-Carroll,

Mental Health Promotion Program Director Skorton Center for Health Initiatives

Katherine Goldberg,

CAPS Counselor and CCI Specialist (Community Consultation and Intervention) Cornell Health


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