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Student Mental Health Research on UTSC’s Campus

On November 15, 2023 the UTSC Mental Health Network hosted an exciting panel discussion with students, faculty, and staff exploring student mental health and wellness research at UTSC. The event highlighted Inlight-funded research projects that will guide best practices in service delivery, increase support and access from an equity, diversity and inclusion lens, and address challenges students face as they navigate their academic journeys.

Research projects included:

  • 2SLGBTQ+ Postsecondary Students’ Experiences with Positive School Support: A Qualitative Study
  • The Intersection of Mental Wellness and Disability Services in the Postsecondary Setting
  • Capturing the Diversity of Student Experience to Enhance the Validity of Measures of Mental Health Symptoms

The event was moderated by Professor Amanda Uliaszek, Associate Director, Research Associate Professor & Program Coordinator, Department of Psychological Clinical Science, University of Toronto Scarborough and Associate Director of Research, Inlight.

Tina Doyle, Director of AccessiAbility UTSC
Maya Ahia, Graduate Student UTSC
Michael Carnovale, Graduate Student UTSC
Haven Townsend, Undergraduate Student UTSC

The UTSC Mental Health Network provides partnerships and collaborations between key stakeholders consisting of students, staff and faculty. Our purpose is to promote and support mental health on campus that is community driven, intentional and coordinated to meet the needs of the UTSC community.  For more information, please contact

View a Recording of the Event

A recording of the panel discussion portion of the event is available at the link below.

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