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Campus closures are requiring faculty and staff to rethink how they interact with students, both as instructors and as mentors. Join Dr. Teresa Hurst and Dr. Glenn Albirght of Baruch College for a discussion on tips and best practices to support student mental health during COVID-19. The panelists discuss:

  • What schools are doing to support their students academically during this time
  • How to create a connected and supportive learning environment for students
  • How faculty and staff can recognize student signs of distress remotely What institutions can do to support at-risk students

Our Presenters:
Teresa Hurst, Ph.D., Director, Baruch College, The City University of New York, Counseling Center

Dr. Teresa Hurst is a NYS licensed psychologist and the Director of the Baruch College Counseling Center. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the New School and her research interests include the impact of violence and abuse, anxiety disorders, resiliency, and LGBTQI and HIV stigma. Dr. Hurst is committed to the prevention and treatment of familial, community, and institutional trauma.
Glenn Albright, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Baruch College, The City University of New York

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Dr. Albright’s passion for learning and its application in the fields of health and behavioral health fuel his research activities at Kognito. Dr. Albright leads a team of researchers at Kognito in evaluating the efficacy of its immersive learning and assessment role-play simulations to bring about sustained behavior changes in the areas of social, emotional, and physical health. His research involves integrating empirically-based findings drawn from neuroscience such as emotional regulation, mentalizing, and empathy, as well as components of social cognitive learning models including motivational interviewing and adult learning theory. He is a clinical psychologist who received his Ph.D. from The City University of New York in the area of experimental cognition with concentrations in neuropsychology and applied psychophysiology.
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