Best practice for higher education leaders

From Saleforce: “When institutions are proactive rather than reactive, they can prevent students from having to seek help in the first place. … The Office of Wellbeing at Wake Forest University leads the campus in making wellness a part of every experience in the lives of students, faculty, and staff. Their Wellbeing Collaborative, which promotes the lifelong health of students, is recognized in NASPA research as a leader in the field. … At the University of Arizona, instructors are being given more resources and training to spot health and wellness issues as extreme as suicidal ideation. They’ve been expanding their use of technology to bring more of the student service organizations onto a shared system to make student referrals faster and easier.”

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