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Reopening America's Schools During The Covid-19 Pandemic: Protecting Asian Students From Stigma And Discrimination, Daisuke Akiba Nov 2020

Reopening America's Schools During The Covid-19 Pandemic: Protecting Asian Students From Stigma And Discrimination, Daisuke Akiba

Publications and Research

The COVID-19 outbreak has prompted a rise in stigma and discrimination against people of Asian descent in many areas in the world, including the United States1. Anti-Asian hate incidents, which have ranged from verbal attacks, refusal of service to physical assault, continue to transpire in the U.S., and they put psychological and physical well-being of Asian children at increased risk. Discussions toward reopening of U.S. schools thus far, however, seem to have exclusively included the infection-related concerns and pedagogical consequences of continued disruptions in face-to-face instructions. Hence, educators, policymakers, and other stakeholders need to have plans in ...


Virtual Newspaper Theatre: Zoom As A Theatrical Playing Space, Nabra Nelson Nov 2020

Virtual Newspaper Theatre: Zoom As A Theatrical Playing Space, Nabra Nelson

Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal

This article presents findings from a virtual Newspaper Theatre workshop that took place via Zoom on May 5, 2020 through Seattle Rep. Nelson reflects on the way that the constraints of the Zoom format can add meaning to Theatre of the Oppressed performance techniques in the era of quarantine and social distancing due to COVID-19. The article describes elements of the one-minute performances created during the one-and-a-half-hour workshop, and how the virtual sphere interacted with them and even enhanced them in meaningful ways. Nelson also describes “production” elements unique to Zoom, and the nature of the virtual “spect-actor.”


Health And Profit In Student Housing During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Austin Mcneill Brown Aug 2020

Health And Profit In Student Housing During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Austin Mcneill Brown

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: Population Health Research Brief Series

The decision to reopen some U.S. universities during the current COVID-19 pandemic may be tied to private financial interests in student housing.


Transforming Higher Education: Responding To The Coronavirus And Other Looming Crises, Michael Mascolo Jul 2020

Transforming Higher Education: Responding To The Coronavirus And Other Looming Crises, Michael Mascolo

Pedagogy and the Human Sciences

Higher education is being deeply challenged by the coronavirus. The immediate threats of the coronavirus come at the heels of an existing panoply of problems that already threaten higher education as we know it. These include, of course, the looming enrollment crisis, the high cost of higher education, intractable student debt, the corporatization of education, limited learning on campus, and a general loss of faith in higher education among many sectors of the nation. How are colleges and universities to respond to these challenges? This paper calls upon colleges and universities to consider the need for structural transformation in order ...


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Julia Kempka Benson Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Julia Kempka Benson

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Evan Chhabra Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Evan Chhabra

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Kalin Chong Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Kalin Chong

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Tessa Dehart Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Tessa Dehart

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Maria Clara Galvao Roriz Dantas Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Maria Clara Galvao Roriz Dantas

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Parker Jonas Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Parker Jonas

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Annaliese Munn Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Annaliese Munn

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Gabby Watkins Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Gabby Watkins

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Oliwia Osiecka Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Oliwia Osiecka

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Taylor Koski Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Taylor Koski

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Grace Coelho Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Grace Coelho

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Jj Fisher Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Jj Fisher

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Katelynne Fulford Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Katelynne Fulford

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Alexandria Johnson Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Alexandria Johnson

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Ben Linnertz Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Ben Linnertz

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Zack Palmer Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Zack Palmer

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Peyton Cooper Jul 2020

Capturing Quarantine: Student Pandemic Experience Journal, Peyton Cooper

Public History Journals

Journal submitted from the first Public History 2020 summer session class at Columbia College Chicago reflecting on aspects of the global pandemic from the student perspective.


Leadership Doctorates Newsletter: Volume 6, Number 2, Larry Starr, Phd Jun 2020

Leadership Doctorates Newsletter: Volume 6, Number 2, Larry Starr, Phd

Leadership Doctorates Newsletter (Formerly Strategic Leadership Newsletter)

In this Issue:

  • End of the Ideal Doctorate
  • Pandemic Scholarship
  • Coronavirus Coping and Responding
  • Coronavirus Contributions
  • Dissertation Proposals and Defense
  • Commencement 2020: Congratulations to our Doctoral Candidates
  • Congratulations to Tom Guggino
  • Congratulations to Professor John Pourdehnad
  • Congratulations Scott Koerwer, Cohort 1
  • Congratulations to Jim Plummer, Cohort 2
  • Congratulations Syed Kazmi, Cohort 4
  • Congratulations to Jay Combs-Harris, Cohort 7
  • Congratulations to John Ervin, Cohort 6
  • Congratulations to Andrew Braverman, Cohort 6
  • Research from the Spring 2020 Class of DSL 712
  • Faculty Scholarship


Professor Greg Shaw On Politics And Our Knowledge Of Healthcare, Charlie Schlenker Apr 2020

Professor Greg Shaw On Politics And Our Knowledge Of Healthcare, Charlie Schlenker

Interviews for WGLT

IWU Professor of Political Science Greg Shaw discussing health care policy, and how his research shows the rhetoric around public health crisis affects what people know about it.


Leadership Doctorates Newsletter: Volume 6, Number 1 (Special Issue), Larry Starr, Phd Mar 2020

Leadership Doctorates Newsletter: Volume 6, Number 1 (Special Issue), Larry Starr, Phd

Leadership Doctorates Newsletter (Formerly Strategic Leadership Newsletter)

In this Issue:

  • Community
  • Wicked Problem
  • Jefferson Containing System
  • Leadership Doctorates Strategic Approach
  • Continuation of Learning
  • Your Stakeholder Contributions
  • Attending Class
  • Communicate, Communicate, Communicate
  • Going Forward
  • Leading Ideas


Schools Are Open During The Coronavirus Outbreak But Should I Voluntarily Keep My Kids Home Anyway, If I Can? We Asked 5 Experts, Sunanda Creagh, Allen C. Cheng, Christopher C. Blyth, Claire Hooker, Paul Andrew Kidson, Peter Collignon Jan 2020

Schools Are Open During The Coronavirus Outbreak But Should I Voluntarily Keep My Kids Home Anyway, If I Can? We Asked 5 Experts, Sunanda Creagh, Allen C. Cheng, Christopher C. Blyth, Claire Hooker, Paul Andrew Kidson, Peter Collignon

Faculty of Social Sciences - Papers (Archive)

We asked five experts to answer the question: schools are staying open but should I voluntarily keep my kids home anyway, if I can?