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Cengage Quality Learning Webinar Series: Supporting Faculty and Student Well-Being During the Pandemic

Online Oct 29 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm - Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Price: Free


How Higher Ed Leaders Can Support Their Own Well-Being and That of Faculty and Students, During the Pandemic

Featuring:

  • Jenna Sage, Dean of Career Readiness and Workforce Solutions ,Ultimate Medical Academy
  • Jeff Nevid, Cengage Author and Professor of Psychology, St. John’s University
  • Moderated by Nhaim Khoury, SVP Higher Ed & Skills Strategy, Cengage

Description: With a global pandemic, a social movement against racial injustice and a divisive political environment, it’s no surprise that all across higher ed institutions people are stressed out. So how can higher ed administrators lead by example and tend to their own self-care while encouraging faculty and students to do the same? Jenna Sage, Dean of Career Readiness and Workforce Solutions at Ultimate Medical Academy will share the CDC-based Trauma-Informed Approach her institution took this past spring. Psychology professor, Cengage author and Psychology Today blogger Jeff Nevid will share the topics he’s been covering to support higher ed communities during this difficult time.

Join us for this session to hear how leaders in higher ed are supporting themselves and their communities’ health, wellness and well-being with guidance from the CDC and other vital resources.

List of Key Takeaways:

  • Understand how the CDC’s Trauma-Informed Approach is being put into practice in higher ed
  • Learn some practices you can personally use to cope with these anxiety-provoking times
  • Hear how higher education is preparing students to enter the healthcare field during a pandemic

Cengage Quality Learning Webinar Series: Supporting Faculty and Student Well-Being During the Pandemic

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