Suicide Prevention is Everyone's Business
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Student Involvement at AAS

Collaborative projects occur between AAS students to benefit the student division as well as AAS broadly. These projects have included developing suicide-specific educational curriculum, creating a database for graduate school mentors and internship sites with a suicide focus, developing conference presentations to benefit AAS students, and utilizing social media to progress student initiatives.

If you would like to hear more about student projects, please contact the student division director, Raymond Tucker (

It is highly encouraged that you join the AAS listserv as well! This is a great place to view cutting edge information and projects being shared by professionals and students in the fields. Additionally, the AAS listserv is a great place to reach out for mentorship from professionals in the field. Instructions for joining the listserv can be found here:

Although this page is less frequently used, there is a student Facebook group as well! We still recommend you use the AAS listserv for more broad communication, but theis page can be a good place to connect with students:

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