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  • Please list the following Mental Health Awareness Month events at Princeton University that are open to the public and free. For more information, visit mentalhealth.princeton.edu. Reception to follow. Art exhibition - Unique Minds: Voices through ArtNovember 2-29, 2019Frist Campus Center 200 level hallway gallery, Princeton UniversityOpening Reception: November 4, 4-7pmArtwork by 16 Princeton students, staff, and community whotranslate what mental health awareness means to them in recognition ofPrinceton University’s Mental Health Awareness Month for the month ofNovember. For more information aboutevents, visit mentalhealth.princeton.edu. mentalhealth.princeton.edu Movies for Mental HealthTuesday November 19, 2019 at 6:30pmNeuroscience A32, Princeton University. This film program focuses on empowering young adults, educators, health professionals and community members to gain a better understanding of mental health within their environment through three film shorts followed by a panel discussion. Reception and resources provided. For more information, visit mentalhealth.princeton.eduKeynote Address - Sejal ShahEven If You Can’t See It: Invisible Disability and Neurodiversity Author Sejal Shah will be speaking about coming to terms with living with a major mood disorder and the complex cultural, practical, and emotional ramifications of that experience while a graduate student and as an academic. For more information, visit mentalhealth.princeton.edu Sejal Shah is the author of the debut essay collection, This Is One Way to Dance (University of Georgia Press, June 2020), about South Asian American culture, visibility, and identity. Her essays have appeared in Brevity, Conjunctions, the Kenyon Review, Literary Hub, the Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of a 2018 New York State Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship in Fiction and was awarded a 2019 fellowship and artist residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. She has taught creative writing at Marymount Manhattan College, Mount Holyoke College, and the University of Rochester, among others. She lives in Rochester, New York. www.sejal-shah.com

Even If You Can’t See It: Invisible Disability and Neurodiversity
  • November 21, 2019 to November 21, 2019
  • Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment, Maeder Hall, Princeton University
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