Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 4/15/21)
Experiential learning is central to creating transformative educational experiences. How does the University continue to advance this goal during a pandemic? What will experiential learning look like in the post-pandemic environment? In this presentation, you’ll learn what Carlow has done to “unleash imagination” to create co-curricular experiences during these challenging times.
Presenter: Sandi DiMola, JD
Chair, Department of Analytical, Physical & Social Sciences
Sandi DiMola, a former Fulbright awardee, is Chair of the Department of Analytical, Physical, & Social Sciences and Director of the Center for Experiential Learning. DiMola is a founding member of Mediators Beyond Borders, an NGO engaged in capacity building in post-conflict societies. She has served as a consultant to the Pittsburgh Public Schools on the design of a mediation plan for resolution of ethnic violence and as a project advisor in the Heinz College of Carnegie Mellon University for a graduate student capstone entitled “Developing a Tool for International Mediators by Modeling Conflict Ripeness,” which was undertaken for the U.S. Institute of Peace.