One of the results of trauma is changes in the brain. Minds and brains seem to change in their capacity to think and in how the world is perceived due to trauma. For many students COVID-19 has been traumatizing, and it does impact the ability to learn. This presentation is about what happens with trauma and learning and how to overcome these changes.
Presented by John W. Alverson, PhD, Professor of Theology. The presentation will lay a foundation for the public significance of theology, in general, a brief exploration into the theology of power, and an explanation of what is meant by “affording mercy.”
The panel discusses the availability and use of a vaccine in populations of the healthcare industry as well as to the general population and at-risk groups. Presenters: Diana Kozlina-Peretic, DNP, … Continued
“The best teachers of writing are those who write,” Western Pennsylvania Writing Project. In this two-hour interactive workshop, teachers will channel their inner poet. Through first-hand exploration, engage in a … Continued