Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde discuss student welfare

Published: 31 August 2001

The Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde will host a student wellbeing conference on Monday and Tuesday, prior to the start of term.

Event date: Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 September 2001

Academics, students and support professionals from across the country will gather at the University of Glasgow to discuss issues relating to student welfare.

Scheduled at the beginning of the new academic year, the conference will explore a wide range of topics, with contributions from students, higher education professionals and funding agencies.

Among the topics to be discussed/explored are:

  • The mental health and wellbeing of students from home and abroad
  • Student finance
  • The impact of part-time employment on student wellbeing
  • Student counselling, with input from staff and students
  • University health fairs
For further information contact:

  • The "Making Sense of Student Wellbeing" conference will be held in the Kelvin Conference Centre, University of Glasgow on Monday 3 and Tuesday 4 September 2001
  • Registration is at 10am. Lunch and refreshments will be provided
  • Conference programme available on request

First published: 31 August 2001

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