THRIVE was featured in the 2019 edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges Guidebook as a program colleges are offering to expand their mental health services to help students dealing with distress.
The THRIVE Program was presented by invitation at the 100th annual national 2018 NASPA Annual Conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on March 6, 2018. NASPA is the professional home for the field of student affairs in higher education.
The THRIVE Program was offered to undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University as a course for credit during the Intercession of 2020 semester as an in-person class prior to COVID-19 school closures. Prior, it was offered to Hopkins students as an extracurricular program since first offered the Fall 2016 semester.
Hopkins Faculty Training
An introduction and training session on the THRIVE model was administered to 75 staff members on Janaury 8, 2019 from 8:30am-4:30pm. Presented by Christie Versagli with Toni Blackwell, Senior Associate Dean of Students at Hopkins.
Hopkins Parents Council
By invitation of Dean of Students Terry Martinez and Interim Dean of Student Life Toni Blackwell, THRIVE was presented by Christie Versagli to the Hopkins Parents Council meeting on April 28, 2018 as a proactive step the campus is taking to prioritize supporting JHU students in building resiliency and enhancing self-care.