Thank you for joining us for the Making Sense of COVID Symposium on Friday, February 26th. During this day-long event, CCSNH student scholars presented results from their research on a wide variety of COVID-related topics to the college community, and beyond. It was a terrific opportunity for us to come together to learn about (and reflect on) an experience that has deeply affected us all.
In addition to being a showcase for community college student scholarship, we highlighted the ways in which different sets of scholarly tools (from natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities) can illuminate different aspects of the human experience.
You can read the full program flier, read a congratulatory letter from Senator Shaheen, access a resource list for Art as Glue: How we Hold it Together? and view the individual student presentations. For additional information about the CCSNH Making Sense of COVID Symposium, please contact Dr. Leslie Barber at [email protected].
“I am in awe of the students. Thank you for your vision and organization of the entire symposium. I feel incredibly proud to have been a part of it. I think it turned out to be an exceptional event showcasing CCSNH. I had a colleague tell me it is the best symposium she has ever attended at CCSNH.”