Third Annual “Young, Gifted and @ Risk” Conference at Washington University on November 11, 2016

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The Steve Fund has teamed up with Washington University to host its 2016 “Young, Gifted and @ Risk” Conference.

The Steve Fund has teamed up with Washington University’s Brown Center to host its 2016 “Young, Gifted and @ Risk” Conference. The Steve Fund organizes this annual conference to gather experts from across the U.S., including researchers, mental health professionals, students, and college and university administrators. Presenters and panelists will discuss challenges to mental health for students of color and strategies for addressing them. The first Young, Gifted and @ Risk conference took place at Brown University in 2014. Last year’s conference was held at Stanford University.

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