Nearly 100 senior higher education leaders gathered in New York City to discuss a draft version of a groundbreaking recommendations framework to improve the support for the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color at America’s colleges and universities.
The Mary Christie Foundation reports in depth on the Steve Fund’s work, from its beginnings to becoming the only non-profits of its kind.
The Steve Fund and The Jed Foundation have partnered to create the Equal Chance at Mental Health Framework with evidence-based expert recommendations for America’s colleges and universities to better support the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.
The images above were answers by participants at the conclusion of the conference in reply to the question: “Please share one word to describe your experience today and what this conference means for you.” For more comments from participants, also see our conference video vignettes.
Last minute conference presentations on the eve of the event by Steve Fund President Evan Rose and his father Chris.