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Upcoming Webinar

Academic Resilience: A “What Works” Showcase

March 25 – March 26, 2021
11:00am – 5:00 pm (Eastern)

This webinar highlights current work of ARC members promoting academic resilience throughout our institutions of higher education, in teaching and advising, student affairs, and health/wellness initiatives.

Attendees will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of inspiring and effective initiatives, meet leading thinkers and practitioners, and engage with their community of peers.

The format of the event is designed to provide a broad overview and sampling of student success initiatives, rather than a deep dive into specific programs or issues.  Participants are warmly invited to follow up with one another after the conference for further exploration and consultation.

Non-ARC individuals may register for General Admission: $225.00
ARC Members may register at no cost.

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Past Webinars

Resilience Fatigue

With Dr. Jihad Aziz, Virginia Commonwealth University; Dr. Wanda Collins, Emory University; and Dr. Gary Glass, Oxford College of Emory University

November 20, 2020, 12:00-1:00pm (Eastern)

Join us for an open “fishbowl”-style discussion among our panelists, exploring the topic of resilience in the face of ongoing adversity.  Hosted by Adina Glickman, Co-Director of the Academic Resilience Consortium.

Turning Adversity into Advantage

With Dr. Laura Huang, Harvard University

December 3, 2020,  9:00 - 10:00pm (Eastern)

Many of today’s college students -- and college institutions -- face daunting adversities. Join Dr. Laura Huang, Associate Professor at the Harvard Business School and author of Edge: Turning Adversity Into Advantage (Portfolio, 2020), for a discussion of adversity, advantage, and resilience in higher education.  Hosted by Dr. Jessica Bacal of Smith College, author of Mistakes I Made at Work (Plume, 2015).

Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility

With Dr. Jennifer Morton, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

December 10, 2020,  12:00-1:00PM (Eastern)

First Generation college students make trade-offs that Jennifer Morton has called "ethical sacrifices," which can compromise their ability to stay resilient.  Join Dr. Morton, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and author of Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility (Princeton University Press 2019), for a discussion of how colleges can mitigate the ethical costs of higher education, and better support the resilience of first-generation students.  Hosted by Dr. Jessica Bacal of Smith College, Director of The Narratives Project.

2020 Resilience and the Corona Pandemic – Online Gatherings

Gathering I: Coming Together to Support Resilience
Tuesday, April 14th, 8:00am - 9:30am (Pacific)

Gathering II: Managing Conflicting Expectations
Thursday, April 30, 11:30am-1:00pm (Pacific)

Gathering III: "Good Ideas" - Panel and Discussion
Thursday, May 7, 8:00am-9:30am (Pacific)


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Dear ARC Friends and Colleagues,

All of us have been affected, personally and professionally, by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as well as the heightened awareness and activism emerging in the US and around the world in response to incidents of racism and violence. These are times that call for extraordinary resilience on the part of our students, ourselves, our institutions, and our society.

The Academic Resilience Consortium stands with Black Lives Matter to oppose systemic racism, to grieve for victims of racial violence and police brutality, and to achieve justice and equity.

We send you courage and hope as we all navigate these waters, engage our resilience, and create new ways to care for ourselves and others.

- Abigail, Adina, Myrna, and Nic
ARC Steering Committee