COVID-19: Webinar Series

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Experts offer insights on health, business and society

Join UNH faculty and staff experts for an interactive webinar series that invites you to explore and discuss the groundbreaking science, dynamic challenges and important decisions at the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic here in New Hampshire and around the world. Featuring faculty researchers and staff experts from disciplines across UNH, this weekly series is free and open to everyone.

Archived Webinars

Session 4 | May 19, 2020

How Science Rejection Affects the US Pandemic

Larry Hamilton | Sociology
Tom Safford | Sociology

SESSION 6 | June 2, 2020

Personality, personal intelligence, and coping with challenging times

Joan Glutting & John D. Mayer | Psychology, COLA

SESSION 7 | June 9, 2020

Social Distancing and the Effect On Children

Lisa Ranfos | CSDC
Andrew Coppens | Education

SESSION 9 | June 23, 2020

The Homeland Security and Emergency Response Impacts of COVID-19

Jim Ramsay | Professor of Security Studies, Chair of the Dept of Security Studies and Coordinator of the HLS program

SESSION 10 | JUNE 30, 2020

Pandemics Through History

Molly Dorsey, Jessica Lepler, Liz Mellyn & Julia Rodriguez | History

The series will continue throughout the summer, with new webinars covering COVID-19 and history, health care concerns, family dynamics, funeral culture, federal government stimulus measures, global and homeland security, manufacturing and more.

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