COVID-19’s Global Impact: Interdisciplinary perspectives from inside GES, looking out | GES Colloquium
April 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
COVID-19’s Global Impact: Interdisciplinary perspectives from inside GES, looking out
Note: Colloquium will be held via Zoom until the university resumes normal operations. See Virtual Colloquium: Zoom Instructions for new registration information.
Final Colloquium of the semester!
Join us for a discussion with an all-star cast of GES faculty, scholars and graduate students as they reflect upon COVID-19, our preparedness, response, and its impacts on our global community.
- Royden Saah will discuss preparedness, response and recovery by reflecting back on his frontline work with the Ebola crisis.
- Dr. Alun Lloyd will discuss his current and future modeling efforts/needs in relation to the Imperial College study.
- Dr. Nora Haenn will situate the COVID-19 crisis within globalization, liminality, and the need to care for family.
- Eli Hornstein and Dalton George will examine the globalized/democratized science efforts to develop testing, cures and equipment.