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University System of Georgia chancellor appoints task force on mental health

bizjournals Wednesday, 16 October 2019
University System of Georgia (USG) Chancellor Steve Wrigley named a task force Wednesday to address growing concerns over mental health issues facing the state's public college and university campuses. A recent survey by the American Council on Education Wrigley cited found 80% of 1,700 college and university presidents participating characterized mental health as a greater priority on their campuses today than three years ago. "Incidents of mental health challenges are too common on campuses across…
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