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Wednesday, November 3, 2021 | 12 – 1pmOnline
With Deliberate Intentions: COVID-19 & Reopening Schools for Black Students

Join UC Center Sacramento remotely on Wednesday, November 3rd from 12:00pm - 1:00pm for a talk with Dr. Stanley L. Johnson, National Science Foundation Project Director at UCLA, on “With Deliberate Intentions: COVID-19 & Reopening Schools for Black Students.” Dr. Johnson will provide an in-depth exploration and discussion of the district level health, educational, and social emotional data findings from the Beyond The Schoolhouse: Digging Deeper: Prioritizing Black Student Wellness & Opportunity for Reopening Schools Report (April 2021) along with in-school and out-of-school policy recommendations that must be prioritized as schools reopen in Los Angeles County. For more information, please go to the UC Center Sacramento website. In light of the community concerns regarding COVID-19, this talk will be given as a webinar. There will not be an in-person option. The link will be provided on Tuesday, November 2nd to those that have registered by 5:00 pm on Monday, November 1st. To register for this event, please click here.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 | 12 – 1pmOnline
Friendships, Identity, and Well-being Among Diverse California Youth and Implications for Life After the COVID-19 Pandemic

Join UC Center Sacramento remotely on Wednesday, November 17th from 12:00pm - 1:00pm for a talk with Dr. Phillip Hammack, Professor and Chair of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz and Dr. Adrienne Nishina, Professor of Human Ecology at UC Davis, on “Friendships, Identity, and Well-being Among Diverse California Youth and Implications for Life After the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Dr. Phillip Hammack will discuss the processes of identity development for sexual and gender diverse teens living in coastal, more urban versus central, more rural parts of northern California, and the implications for social policy to support adolescent health and well-being. Dr. Adrienne Nishina will present her research on the benefits of ethnic and racial diversity in schools and neighborhoods, and the implications of the remote-schooling, stay-at-home guidelines and other consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for adolescents’ social, academic and professional development. For more information, please go to the UC Center Sacramento website. In light of the community concerns regarding COVID-19, this talk will be given as a webinar. There will not be an in-person option. The link will be provided on Tuesday, November 16th to those that have registered by 5:00 pm on Monday, November 15th. To register for this event, please click here.

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