“ …this was an intense year of mutual aid, of people stepping-in when systems failed… we were really finding ways to be accountable for one other and that is what I am so grateful for. That is what continues to give me hope.”
– Precious Fasakin
Topics: Graduation, College, COVID-19, Family, Community
Title: A Second Round of COVID-19 Graduations: Celebrating Through Uncertainty and Recognizing Achievements
Participants: Precious Fasakin
Publish Date: 05/17/2021
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- How do we prepare to graduate during a second year into the COVID19 pandemic?
- How do you study Economics through a lens of justice?
- What does it mean to be an “applied student?”
- An anthropology research project examining the “culture of incarceration in the United States.”
- How did teaching through COVID19 social distance classes change the availability for teachers to support students?
- Dr. Linda Jean Hall
- “Research is we search.”
- How do we prepare for a life without school structure, after graduation?
- How does college attendance structure people’s lives differently from those that did not attend college?
- Thinking about graduation with considerations of the pandemic.
- How did going to school help us maintain a semblance of normalcy while coping through COVID19?
- How do give ourselves credit for stepping up to help those in need when systems failed?
- How do we give credit to our families for making sure we continued with our commitment to education ?