Mental Health and Equanimity in the COVID Era

This conversation is open to all. We will share our concerns about mental health under conditions of isolation and anxiety about health issues as well as the kinds of methods we have learned to use to stay calm and hopeful. Program Date and Time: November 12, 7:30PM. To register please click the button below. Register […]


Racism and White Privilege: Why Should White People Care?

The word “racism” has been used a lot in conversations lately, but we can’t be sure if anybody knows what anybody else means when they use the term. Calling a person racist is a slur. Racism is not personal. It is an invisible system of oppression that is much bigger than any individual. Some people […]

Student Affairs on Line in a post COVID World

We need a lot of imagination right now. This is an open discussion for student affairs professionals who want to discuss their current work environment, new ways of working in this era and what they think our profession should be doing in the next phase of higher education. People with all levels of responsibility working […]


Conversations, not arguments: A holiday tutorial

More holiday gatherings are coming, either in person or virtually. Learn a couple of techniques to use in difficult conversations so that people listen to each other even when they disagree. Time to move past either/or thinking. Dr. Jane Fried is the facilitator. Program Date and Time: December 22, 12-1 PM EST To register please […]