WASHINGTON, PA (September 29, 2022)—Continuing its mission to graduate well-rounded people of uncommon integrity, Washington & Jefferson College recently launched an innovative health and wellness system which provides additional resources for student health and well-being.
Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Eva Chatterjee-Sutton, M.A. wants to make sure mental health is a priority for students at her college and at campuses around the country.
As the national conversation shifts to include decreasing stigma about seeking mental health treatment, Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) junior Ben Heim ’21 wants to understand the problem globally and learn to fight against it.
As a historian, David Kieran, Ph.D. has always been interested in how Americans understand the military’s place in society. His new book, Signature Wounds: The Untold Story of the Military’s Mental Health Crisis, available April 2 from NYU Press, challenges a common misconception about the military and addresses one of the most…