COVID-19 Learn-On Series
Second session: Student Perspectives
Thursday, April 23, 10:30am CST (video will stream live at that time and be available for viewing afterward also)
To ask questions during the live presentation, click here to access the live YouTube stream and comment with a question.
The Office of Global Learning and International Affairs is partnering with the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning to sponsor a series of webinars that serve to educate students, families, and community members about COVID-19 and its impact on our campus, community, and world. As a university, WKU serves as a place of discovering, learning, and sharing information, and this information pipeline is especially vital during a time of crisis. To continue educating our students and those in our region about the virus and its implications, these live discussions will feature experts from WKU and the community who offer a variety of perspectives on the coronavirus and how it is affecting day-to-day life.
A university embraces many differing informed opinions as a way to inspire thought, reflection and critical analysis. The views expressed in these webinars represent some of those informed opinions and not an official view of Western Kentucky University.
Dr. Tania Basta, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services and Dr. Michelle
Reece, Assistant Professor of Public Health with a focus on epidemiology explore the
impact of COVID-19 through the lens of Public Health.