Panelists discuss the intersection of work/non-work lives, the effect of inequalities outside of schools on educational outcomes, and how COVID-19 affects interpersonal relationships.
Panelists: Charlotte Fritz (Psychology), whose research focuses on how employees’ work and nonwork lives interact; Dara Shifrer (Sociology), whose research focuses on how the inequalities outside of schools affect educational outcomes; and Cynthia Mohr (Psychology), whose research focuses on interpersonal relationships.
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Psychological Aspects, COVID-19 (Disease) -- Social Aspects, Telecommuting, Web-based Instruction, Social Justice
Education | Medicine and Health Sciences | Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Rosenstiel, Todd N.; Fritz, Charlotte; Shifrer, Dara; and Mohr, Cynthia, "Staying at Home" (2020). At This Moment Webinar Series. 2.