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The Agnes Scott College Podcast is a way for us to share stories of our campus community’s students, faculty, staff and alumnae. Episodes will be routinely published.
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 DISCLAIMER: This podcast was recorded on February 19, 2021 prior to Johnson & Johnson's vaccine emergency authorization.Join four Agnes Scott College professors as they discuss the COVID-19 vaccines and production process from the perspectives of biologists, public health experts, and psychologists. They will dive into conversations regarding some of the myths and facts about the vaccine as well as discuss vaccine hesitancy in various communities.Janelle S. Peifer (Moderator), Assistant Professor of Psychology Erin L. Bradley, Linda Lentz Hubert Assistant Professor of Public Health Stacey B. Dutton, Assistant Professor of Biology and Neuroscience Maryam Jernigan-Noesi, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Alan Grostephan (Moderator)Students: Natasha Griffin, Morgan Brown, Lourrain Simon, Eve Barrett, Annel Chavez, Isabella Barbuto
Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing Alan Grostephan (Moderator)Students: Natasha Griffin, Morgan Brown, Lourrain Simon, Eve Barrett, Annel Chavez, Isabella Barbuto
Tehseen Mariam Dossul graduated from Agnes Scott in 2011. She speaks Urdu, Hindi, English, German and is currently learning French. After studying at Agnes Scott and in Germany, Tehseen is currently a manager at Amboss, a medical technology company with offices in New York City, Berlin, and Cologne, Germany.Nga Than graduated from Agnes Scott in 2013. She studied mathematics, economics, and history and spent a year in Germany researching the Vietnamese expatriate community. Nga Than is currently pursuing a PhD in Sociology at the Graduate Center of CUNY. Nga Than speaks Chinese, Vietnamese, and German.Hannah Brendell (panel moderator for the podcast) will graduate from Agnes Scott College in May of 2021. Hannah's major is International Relations and she is fluent in multiple languages. Having studied abroad while at Agnes Scott, she is also a student athlete, works at the Center for Digital and Visual Literacy and hails from Namibia.This episode is introduced by Professor Gundolf Graml, Professor of German Studies and Associate Dean for Curriculum and Strategic Initiatives, providing oversight of SUMMIT Leadership and Global Learning Experience.You may visit the Center for Global Learning Online Magazine for more information.
Agnes Scott College's Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion hosted its final conversation of a four-part series titled, "Engaging Social Challenges: The Social and Cultural implications of COVD 19." This episode highlighted the economic and legal implications as we prepare to rebound from the pandemic as well as an overall look at the state of affairs from a political science perspective. This podcast features:  Ruth Uwaifo Oyelere, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics at Agnes Scott College  Elizabeth B. Davis, ‘85, J.D., Partner at Burr & Forman, LLP, and Augustus Bonner Cochran, III, Ph.D., JD.,  Adeline A. Loridans Professor of Political Science at Agnes Scott College.
Mental health experts recently shared insight on the possible long-term effects of COVID-19 once the pandemic is over. This episode is the third of a four-part series created by The Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion at Agnes Scott College. Featured panelists include:  Joëlle Atere-Roberts  ’14, social epidemiologist at the UNC Carolina Population Center;  Janelle Peifer, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology at Agnes Scott; and  Tomiko Jenkins, LCSW, senior associate dean of students at Agnes Scott.  The discussion was moderator:Sam Levan ’22, a psychology major and an art and theatre minor at Agnes Scott.
Agnes Scott College’s Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion recently hosted its second of four conversations, under a series titled, “Engaging Social Challenges: The Social and Cultural Implications of COVID 19”.  This series seeks to especially highlight issues of inequities during COVID-19 as they relate to global diversity and inclusion. Thursday afternoon, April 23rd, three alumnae and a professor sat down at their computer screens to discuss healthcare perspectives from the front lines of the pandemic.Alumnae: Dinah Conti '98, MD; Pediatrician;  Keri Norris '02, PhD, JM, MPH, MCHES; Chief of Health Policy and Administration, The Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority Rachel E. Wacks '09, MPH, MA; Epidemiologist, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Bedford, Massachusetts; Volunteer Epidemiologist, Boston Medical Response CorpsProfessor (moderator):Dr. Erin Bradley, Assistant Professor of Public Health at Agnes Scott College
The Agnes Scott College’s Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion hosted its first of four webinars highlighting issues of inequities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar featured: Regine O. Jackson, Kathy ’68 and Lawrence Ashe Associate Professor of Sociology and chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Agnes Scott, Yehimi Cambrón ’14. Undocumented artist, activist, and public speaker  They underscored matters from the social and cultural consequences of the pandemic to stereotypes in the immigrant community.
Credits: Aimee Kahn-Foss '08, Director of Admission Damaris Delgado-Gonzalez '24 All rights reserved. (c) 2020
Credits: Aimee Kahn-Foss '08, Director of Admission Ayanna Raulston '24 Ayanna's Book Reference: Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People, by Ben Crump ISBN: 978-0062375094All rights reserved. (c) 2020
Credits: Aimee Kahn-Foss '08, Director of Admission Kai Robinson '24 All rights reserved. Agnes Scott College (c) 2020
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