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Saks Institute Spring Symposium 2015
Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics
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The Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy and Ethics
and USC Gould School of Law
Saks Institute Spring Symposium 2015
Mental Health on Campus:
Keys to Success for University,
Community College and Veteran Students
Monday, March 30, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Town & Gown Ballroom
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
Video & Presentations:
Introduction to Saks Institute 2015 Spring Symposium "Mental Health on Campus"
Session 1: Getting Admitted, Oriented, and Off to a Good Start: First Steps
- Click to view the video in Session 1.
- Click to download the PPT presentation for Karen (Casey) Carr in Session 1.
Session 2: Leaves and Returns: Supportive and Sensible Policies
- Click to view the video in Session 2.
- Click to download the PPT presentation for Julia Graff in Session 2.
Session 3: Support Networks: Programs, Professors and Fellow Students
- Click to view the video in Session 3.
- Click to download the PPT presentation for Ana Aguayo-Bryant in Session 3.
- Click to download the PPT presentation for Taisha Caldwell in Session 3.
Session 4: Launching for a Successful Career: Preparing Students for the Future
- Click to view the video in Session 4.
- Click to download the PPT presentation for Julie White in Session 4.
Session 5: Final Synthesis and Remarks: Four Chairs
You may download the conference schedule in Adobe PDF format.
Continental Breakfast available at 8am
Welcome and Introduction to Program
Michael Quick, Interim Provost, University of Southern California
9:00 - 9:10 am
Elyn Saks, Director, Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy and Ethics
Stephen Behnke, Chair, Saks Institute Board of Directors
|9:15-10:30||Getting Admitted, Oriented, and Off to a Good Start:
|10:45-12pm||Leaves and Returns:
Supportive and Sensible Policies
Programs, Professors and Fellow Students
|2:30-3:45pm||Launching for a Successful Career:
Preparing Students for the Future
|4:00-4:45 pm||Final Synthesis and Remarks: Four Chairs|
Reception After Symposium
Prof. Hannah Garry is dedicated to fighting for ideals of justice and reconciliation
The new certificates are available in the fall
Can discuss retirement, legacy