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09/28/22, Nobel Conference 58, Streaming at SPCC

Nobel Conference 58:Mental Health (In)Equity and Young People – Streaming at SPCC!

Prioritizing the mental health concernsof young people has become essential amid times of global pandemic, racism,sexism, ableism, social unrest, climate change, and political upheaval. Thesesocial inequities limit our ability to promote resilience in the mental healthof adolescents and young adults, especially those from marginalized communities.Nobel Conference 58 will address mental health disparities and their effects onyouth, with a particular emphasis on the significance of identity, trauma andtechnology.

Wed. & Thu., Sep.28 & 29, Multiple times, SPCC Rm. 217, Streamed from Gustavus AdolphusCollege, Free

 

Wed.,Sep. 28, 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
Academic Procession and Conference Opening 

Welcome, Rebecca Bergman, President of theCollege
Nobel Conference 58 Introduction, LisaHeldke, Director of Nobel Conference

Adolescents’ Daily Race-RelatedExperiences and Mental Health Outcomes

Lecture by Dr. Brendesha Tynes, Associate Professor of Education and Psychology,

University of Southern California

 

Wed.,Sep. 29, 9:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

It Takes aVillage to Make Someone Lonely

Lecture by Dr. Manuela Barreto, Professorof Social and Organizational Psychology, University of Exeter

RadicalHealing and Inclusive Change-Making: Centering Transgender and Gender DiverseCommunities

Lectureby Dr. G. Nic Rider, Assistant Professor, Programin Human Sexuality and Coordinator, Adult Transgender Health Services Program,University of Minnesota