NAAHP COVID-19 Symposium – Impact on Higher Education: Part 1
Date: Friday, July 10, 2020
Time: 6:30-8:30 PM EST
Dr. Marjorie P. Brennan, MD
Physician, Children’s National Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, George Washington University
Dr. Nadege J. Dady
Dean of Students Affairs, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM), Harlem, NY
Dr. Patrick Lamy
Vice President for Student Affairs and Community Relations, Bloomfield College
The Spring 2020 college semester was altered by the COVID-19 Coronavirus. As college campuses scrambled to quickly shelter in place under social distancing rules, students at all levels were required to suddenly shift. Join us for an in-depth conversation with experienced educators, administrators and thought leaders on the college student experience during COVID-19 and explore the specific implications for the Haitian Diaspora and the Haitian-American Student community.
Topic Focus Areas
- COVID-19’s impact on the college setting and student life
- Maintaining satisfactory academic progress during the pandemic
- Who should students talk to if they encounter personal challenges related to COVID-19?
- What type of support can students expect?
Virtual Symposium Goals
The NAAHP COVID-19 Virtual Symposium Impact on Higher Education- Part One, seeks to engage college administrators, educators and thought leaders in a discussion on COVID-19’s impact on the Haitian American College Student Community. The purpose of this digital conversation is to engage Haitian professionals in an in-depth dialogue that highlights the challenges faced by college students as well as discuss strategies for success during the pandemic. The overarching goal is to provide information regarding best practices and recommendations for success in this new normal.
Attend This Event
This event is open to the public and will be broadcast as a live stream on the platforms below: