Oct 28: Tumultuous Times on Campus

Helping Students Navigate the 2020 Election

The 2020 election is taking place amid growing polarization in the US, divisive rhetoric, nationwide protests for racial justice, and a deadly global pandemic. These factors, among others, can make discussions about the election difficult and fraught. In this webinar we will discuss how the trauma of these events may be shaping our students’ experiences of the election. We will also offer up some strategies and suggestions for managing the stress of the elections inside the classroom and across campus. 

Please join us for this discussion that is a collaboration between the CFDE, Laney Graduate School, and Campus Life. 
Elena Lesley, Dean's Teaching Fellow, CFDE
Dr. Amanda Marie James, Associate Dean, Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement, Laney Graduate School
Dr. Chanel Craft Tanner, Director, Center for Women at Emory, Campus Life
Dr. LaNita Gregory Campbell, Director, RACE, Campus Life
Dr. Donna Troka, Sr. Associate Director, CFDE
Wednesday, October 28 11:00 am -12:00pm

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