The Coronavirus Crisis and Social Change: Flash Talks on Social and Economic Dimensions of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Please join us for flash talks by Social Sciences faculty and students on current work related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moderated by Dean Katharyne Mitchell.
- Coronavirus & Community: Teaching About a Global Pandemic During a Global Pandemic by Rebecca London (Sociology)
- Navigating the Purpose and Ways of Learning by Underserved Students by Su-hua Wang (Psychology)
- Investigating the Financial Impact of COVID-19 on the Class of 2020 by Steve Owen (Economics)
- Agri-food tech discovers silver linings in the pandemic by Julie Guthman (Social Sciences)
- The Politics of COVID-19 Responses in Latin America by Sara Niedzwiecki (Politics)
- The impacts of COVID-19 on unemployment and small business ownership in the United States by Rob Fairlie (Economics)
- On Demand and on the Edge by Chris Benner (Environmental Studies and Sociology)
- Measuring the Impact of COVID on Households and Markets in Liberia and Malawi
by David Sungho Park (Economics Graduate Student)
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm