Making learning outcomes achievable for neurodiverse students
When it comes to neurodiverse students, educators must do better, says UB guest columnist Shelly Chandler, who is a licensed mental health counselor and provost of Beacon College in Leesburg, Florida. By embracing research-based practices, rates can soar nationally for students who learn differently.
The changing face of on-campus therapy
As the number of students seeking on-campus therapy continues to rise, many college counseling centers cannot keep up with the demand. It’s imperative that colleges and universities adapt to the demand and provide resources that go beyond traditional counseling, says guest columnist Sherry Benton, a professor emeritus and the former counseling center director at the University of Florida.