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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic what does the new school year look like for college students?

Premiered Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Host Marcia Kavanaugh

WYES Community Projects Producer and INFORMED SOURCES host, Marcia Kavanaugh, will moderate the discussion.


Program Panelist:

Dr. Jennifer Avegno, Director of the City of New Orleans Health Department

Dr. Reynold Verret
Xavier University of Louisiana President

Program Panelist:

Dr. Peter L. Cho

Dr. Peter L. Cho
Executive Dean Delgado
West Bank Campus

Program Panelist:

Michael A. Fitts president of Tulane University

Michael A. Fitts
Tulane University President

Program Panelist:

 Dr. Susan Hassig, Associate Professor and Director of the MPH Program, Epidemiology at Tulane University

Dr. John Nicklow
University of New Orleans President

Special Feature Segment:

Dr. Calvin Mackie, American mentor, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur

Dr. Calvin Mackie
Founder of Stem NOLA

Dr. Mackie joins the program for a segment on how virtual learning is the new reality in education and how to make the most of it.

LIVING IN THE NEW NORMAL: HIGHER EDUCATION program description >>>

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic what does the new school year look like for college students?

Post-secondary administrators and faculty discuss what changes may need to be incorporated in LIVING IN THE NEW NORMAL: HIGHER EDUCATION.


Second Episode:

Living in the New Normal Educating Our Children

In the second installment of LIVING IN THE NEW NORMAL, education experts discuss what options are going to be available for students, parents and teachers as the new school year starts. The program premiered on Thursday, July 30, 2020.


Original Episode:

Living in the New Normal

The first episode of LIVING IN THE NEW NORMAL focused on how to stay healthy during this uncertain time. The program premiered on Thursday, June 25, 2020.