COVID-19 Social Sciences Virtual Discussion Series
A number of research efforts have emerged across the social sciences in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please join us for a biweekly discussion to catalyze connection and exchange among researchers working in this area.

This discussion series, open to researchers in SSD, SSA, and Harris, will cover current and emerging funding opportunities, provide an overview of resources most relevant to COVID-19 related research, and provide a platform to share research plans and ideas.


Miwa Yasui, School of Social Service Administration, From Model Minority to Yellow Peril: The Toll of Racism During COVID19 on Asian American Mental Health
Adam Zelizer, Harris School of Public Policy, Higher Order Beliefs During a Pandemic: Theory and Evidence to Test the Effects of Public Health Campaigns
Micere Keels, Comparative Human Development, Trauma Responsive Educational Practices Project: How Schools Can Respond to a National Mental Health Crisis in the Wake of COVID-19

Date: Friday, May 15, 2020
Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm
A Zoom meeting link will be sent to registrants on the morning of the session.

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