Join us on Nov 1 at The Graduate Center, CUNY for a collaborative discussion that will bring together students, faculty and administrators across CUNY to discuss challenges and opportunities that students face outside of the classroom that impact their success inside of the classroom including access to transportation, healthcare, housing and food.
This panel, moderated by Futures Initiative Fellows Jessica Murray and Adashima Oyo, is part of the The University Worth Fighting For, a series of workshops that tie student-centered, engaged pedagogical practices to institutional change, race, equality, gender, and social justice.
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—Nicholas Freudenberg, Distinguished Professor at CUNY School of Public Health
—Chris Palmedo, Associate Professor at CUNY School of Public Health
—Jesse Rice Evans, Ph.D. Student, English, The Graduate Center, CUNY
—Peggy Groce, Former Director, Office of Travel Training, District 75, NYC Department of Education
—Jessica Murray, Ph.D. Candidate, Developmental Psychology, The Graduate Center, CUNY
—Adashima Oyo, Ph.D. Student, Social Welfare, The Graduate Center, CUNY