Inlight – Student Mental Health Initiative

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Inlight Student Mental Health Research Initiative: 2024 Annual Research Symposium

The 2024 Inlight Annual Symposium will provide the opportunity for students, staff, and faculty engaged in post-secondary mental health and wellness to connect and learn from each other about many of the innovative research activities happening across our community.

In partnership with students, U of T launches strategic initiative to improve mental health outcomes through research

Inlight funds leading-edge research on youth and student mental health to uncover the evidence and data needed to inform and improve mental health services on university campuses – both at U of T and at universities across Ontario and around the world. The initiative stems from the recommendations of a 2019 report by the Presidential & Provostial Task Force on Student Mental Health.

Seven U of T students receive inaugural Inlight Research Fellowships in support of mental health research

“The Inlight Research Fellowship Program supports exceptional graduate students in becoming independent researchers in the field of post-secondary student mental health, because they are the future of this field of research and their perspectives matter,” says Kristin Cleverley, director and chair of Inlight and an associate professor at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing.

Inlight Strategic Research Grant Program - Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility and Indigeneity (EDIAI)

Inlight has launched a Strategic Research Grant call to support student mental health and wellness research that aims to advance understanding and impact of the intersectionality of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility and Indigeneity (EDIAI) on student mental health and wellbeing at the University of Toronto. Deadline: March 29, 2023

U of T’S Inlight initiative hosts webinar on equitable student mental health research

February 2023’s Global Speaker Series event will focus on exploring equity, diversity, and inclusivity in student mental health research. The University of Calgary’s Kome Odoko and U of T’s Jenny Hui will be speaking at the event about student mental health, discussing research findings, and answering questions about equitable student mental health research. Camisha Sibblis, assistant professor of Criminology, Law and Society at U of T and associate director of Education and Training at Inlight, will be moderating the talk.

U of T committee seeking student volunteers to help set direction of student mental health research

UofT News U of T committee seeking student volunteers to help set direction of student mental health research (utoronto.ca) Students on the mental health research advisory committee will have the opportunity to make their voices heard and collaborate with U of T and CAMH researchers on designing a “roadmap” for research initiatives (photo by Nick […]
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Dr. Kristin Cleverley awarded Institutional Strategic Initiatives funding for “Mental Health for Students and Youth” research

Article from: https://bloomberg.nursing.utoronto.ca/uncategorized/dr-kristin-cleverley-awarded-institutional-strategic-initiatives-funding-for-mental-health-for-students-and-youth-research/ Dr. Kristin Cleverley has been awarded one year of Institutional Strategic Initiatives (ISI) funding from the University of Toronto (U of T) to develop an ISI Development & Launch proposal for a research initiative on “Mental Health for Students and Youth”. This initiative will establish a unique network focused on research excellence […]

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