FREE WEBINAR ARCHIVES
2020-21 FAFSA and TAP Application Training  
October 4, 2019

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Presenters: Thompson Coburn LLP Aaron Lacey, Higher Education Attorney
Scott Goldschmidt, Washington DC Counsel

 

Coping and Mental Health during COVID-19  

Dr. Jennifer M. Knack

Protecting Student Privacy in Virtual and Remote Work Environment 

 LaSonya Griggs, Associate Dean of Enrollment Management

Tompkins Cortland Community College

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Presenters:

Elena Lubimtsev,  Edamerica’s, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Government Relations 

Tom Dalton, Edamerica’s,eDirector of Sales and Marketing, Northeast

 

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Friday May 22, 2020 10am-12pm
Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds: CARES Act Panel Discussion
 
Three Higher Education Professionals, from different sectors, will discuss and share information on how their institutions are dealing with the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF). From application all the way to make disbursements.
 
Panelists:
Kerry Lubold, Associate Director of Financial Aid SUNY Plattsburgh
 
Daniel Sharon, Assistant Vice President of Student Financial Services Monroe College
 
Maria DeInnocentiis, Associate Vice President, Enrollment Management Marymount Manhattan College
 

Robert D. Gilmore, Director of Financial Aid and Veteran’s Affairs Manhattanville College 

Howard Leslie will moderate the panel

 

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Adjusting To Our New Normal: A How-To on Staying Sane, Healthy and Productive When Working from Home

 

 

Can you believe that most of us have been in a virtual environment for almost 8 weeks? The global outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has created significant challenges and stress for all of us. Embracing change and adaptability has become essential. Tune into this webinar to hear thoughts on:

 

·  Change during crises, and how it disrupts our ability to process information 

·  Understanding the toll anxiety and stress take 

·  Adapting to change and being flexible enough to continue to develop and adapt 

·  How to transition through change

 

Through this session, we'll lean into the vulnerability and remind ourselves that our adrenaline cannot fuel us through a crisis that lasts for six weeks, or longer. Our goal is to have you walk away with a road map to better understand how you're feeling, find your footing, and learn how-tos on settling into a new normal. 

Presenter:

Tayler Kreutter, Executive Director of Student Financial Services 

Roberts Wesleyan College 

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