Intersecting Connections: The Masks We Wear

When

Nov. 13, 2020, 12pm to 1:30pm

Office/Remote Location

Online via Google Meets
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Description

This panel comprised of first-generation students and faculty will speak candidly about how they have overcome feelings of isolation, managed ‘imposter syndrome’, and share survival tactics they used to reach their academic and professional goals in higher education. Moderated by Dr. Tanya Crabb, CAPS Licensed Psychologist.

Price

Free

Admission Information

Join on Google Meets

Contact Information

The Intersection: The Academic Multicultural Resource Center at UNLV
Intersecting Connections

Event Sponsor

Intersecting Connections

Intersecting Connections (IC) is a collaborative initiative that seeks to address some of the concerns related to managing stress and anxiety during COVID-19, discussions on how pandemics affect minority populations, and how to best prepare for returning to UNLV. 

IC Partners

Behavioral Health Services for Student Wellness; Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS); Housing & Residential Life; The Intersection; and Student Diversity & Social Justice (SDSJ).