Student anxiety in universities has jumped from 17% to 31% in the past six years.*

Isolation and uncertainty from the pandemic have brought the issue of wellbeing to the forefront and it cannot be avoided anymore. These higher education leaders share how they have started to embed notions of wellbeing for both students and staff into curriculums, activities, and daily campus activities.

Moderator – Dr Romae De Asis, President, Metro-Dagupan Colleges
Panellists – Jasmin Nario Galace, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Miriam College; Bert J. Tuga, President, Philippine Normal University; Maria Cecilia A. Tio Cuison, Director, Office of Student Affairs, University of Santo Tomas; Ma. Leonila Vitug-Urrea, Director, University of the East

*Reference: “Rethinking Wellbeing in Higher Ed” by salesforce.org

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