Reflecting and Repairing: Intentionally Moving forward from the 2020/2021 Academic Year
Since early 2020, our global community has been in the throes of a dire pandemic, resurgent attention to racial justice, widespread misinformation campaigns, tenuous economies, rising mental health concerns, and elections of grave importance. How have we survived the last year? We invite you to join us for a reflective conversation on the last academic year to unpack your experience in a community setting while intentionally setting goals for how to move forward. This conversation will include a panel discussion to reflect broadly on mindfulness as well as how can we repair ourselves, our classrooms, and our communities moving forward. Following the panel, we will host breakout rooms to support individual mindfulness activities and create space for you to set goals for the next academic year.
Dr. Vanessa Lopez-Littleton, California State University, Monterey Bay
Dr. Roseanne Mirabella, Seton Hall University
Dr. Lori Brainard, George Washington University
Dr. Maria D’Agostino, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
The event will include ASL Interpretation and CART Captioning. For further accommodations, please email [email protected] by May 11, 2021.
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