By Jallicia Jolly, Ph.D. Student, American Culture
August 2, 2017 - 11:19am
Is academia a contributing factor to mental and emotional health problems? How are universities and their institutional cultures contributing to these issues? Is there space to have these discussions? Who will listen?
A 2017 study reports that one-third of Ph.D. students are at risk of having or developing a common psychiatric disorder like depression.
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