Call for Proposals: Good Practices Symposium on Student Well-Being

05/25/2021 | Students Well-Being Event

Are you a staff member with an example of good practice in improving student well-being, such as a tool, support service, course or e-health module? Are you conducting research into student well-being? Or are you a student who is involved in a peer-to-peer initiative or community building? Share your knowledge and experience with students and staff from our EUniWell partner universities at the “Good Practices Symposium on Student Well-Being”.

The photo shows a group of five diverse students in front of the skyline of The Hague, where Leiden University has a campus.
The symposium aims to facilitate a progressive conversation on universities’ responsibility for their students’ well-being. Image source: Leiden University

The symposium on student well-being is organised by scholars of the Universities of Birmingham, Florence, Leiden and Semmelweis. Taking place from 30 September until 1 October, the digital symposium will cover a variety of topics such as health and community building as part of the curriculum, and scientific research on student well-being, taking a student-to-student approach as well as tools and resources for support staff into account.

For the discussion, the organisers ask for proposals of good practices.

If you would like to discuss your proposal in a panel discussion, please submit it by July 16 via this link.

For more detailed information please go to our event subpage.

A selection committee consisting of students from the organising universities will review the proposals and select the ones which will be included for discussion. The student committee will be advised by academic staff.


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