AABHE Online Education & Engagement Series

Re-Opening Campus in the Midst of a Pandemic


This is Part IV of the series on The Impact of the Pandemic on Colleges and Universities Currently and Down the Road  

Date: Friday, August 14, 2020


Time : 12pm CST/1pm EST

Join us on Friday, August 14, 2020 at 12 pm CST (1 pm EST) for the webinar "Re-Opening Campus In the Midst Of The Pandemic.” This is Part IV of a series on the Impact of the Pandemic on College and Universities sponsored by the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE). The focus of this webinar is to create a dialogue around the issues that colleges and universities will face as they reopen for the 2020-2021 academic year. The webinar will address concerns from the following perspectives: Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Human Resources, Emergency Management, and overall administrative concerns. You will be able to engage professionals in the various areas that are the foci of the webinar. You will also be able to ask questions that are of concern to you and your institution.

Webinar Panelists

  • Dr. Mordecai Brownlee, Vice President of Student Success at St. Philip’s College

  • Mrs. Carla Major PHR, SHRM-CP, Assistant Vice Chancellor for HR at Delgado Community College

  • Dr. Lonnie Booker, Director of Emergency Management, Center for Public Policy and Safety at Kansas Wesleyan University.

  • Dr. Barbara Johnson, Provost at Arkansas Tech University

  • Dr. Jennifer Ellis, Associate Professor School of Education-STEM Education Director University of Tennessee at Chattanooga will serve as the technical advisor.

  • Dr. Joseph H. Silver, Sr., President of Silver & Associates will serve as the moderator for the webinar.

Register Here for this Complimentary Webinar

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