The stress of ambiguous loss in a time of pandemic and change
November 9, 2021 from 12-1 p.m.
Stress impacts us all. At some point during these last several months, you may have uttered or thought, “I’m stressed; I’m anxious; I’m confused. I don’t like what happened or what is happening, but how can I cope with it? How can I stay resilient when nothing is going my way?”
We are excited to offer this spotlight that acknowledges current stress and also highlights how to cope during these troubled times.
2020-21 Recorded Events
For Academic Year 2020-21, our focus was on highlighting those faculty members who have a recent publication focusing on diversity, inclusion, and racial issues and justice, Scholar Spotlight: Centering Race.
Recorded sessions are available on this site with supplemental materials.
Anti-racist Mentoring – September 29, 2020
Introducing Racialized Labor – February 2, 2021
Indigenous rights education: Between birthright and commitment – February 16, 2021
Identifying and Addressing Linguistic Racism in Research – March 16, 2021
Yoga in the Black Community – April 13, 2021
Endless Mourning: Black Youth and Collective Resistance in Schools – April 27, 2021