Join Jeffersonians on Tuesday, March 8, for a panel discussion on the psychological impact of the pandemic on college students, faculty, and staff. Hear perspectives of students, an administrator, and a psychologist. Learn about dealing with uncertainty; positives/negatives of online learning; stress and anxiety due to isolation, changed living environments, and more. Box lunch provided for those on-site.
Date: Tuesday, March 8, 12:30 – 2pm
Format: In-person (Kanbar) and Zoom
Note: Jefferson faculty/staff: Completing attendance at the “Coping with COVID” event fulfills one of the five program requirements to earn the 2023 wellness credit. Once completed, you can visit the Aetna wellness portal and self-report your participation under “Rewards” and “Emotional Wellbeing.”
Moderator: Evan Laine, MA, JD, Faculty Director, Arlen Specter Center; Director, Law & Society Program, Thomas Jefferson Univ. – East Falls
- Henry Humphreys, PhD, Vice-Chancellor, Dean of Students, Thomas Jefferson University – East Falls
- C. Virginia O’Hayer, MA, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Thomas Jefferson University – Center City
- Julia Smith, BA, Advanced Student, MS in Community & Trauma Counseling Program, Thomas Jefferson University – East Falls