Scholar Spotlight

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.

Learn more about stress and resilience during tough times and RSVP for this Zoom event.

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

Transforming social work & fostering relationships through Anishinaabe-centered child welfare knowledge and practice – March 30, 2021

Yoga in the Black Community – April 13, 2021

Endless Mourning: Black Youth and Collective Resistance in Schools – April 27, 2021