GLST 287 COVID 19: A Global Crisis Examined

A One-Credit/No-Credit Online Course on COVID-19 for PLU Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Community Members. 

Pacific Lutheran University is pleased to offer this online one-credit/no-credit course as an opportunity to examine, and reflect upon, the COVID-19 pandemic, a current event that continues to upend our lives and the lives of many in our communities and across the globe. Over the course of the fall semester, PLU faculty will explore the pandemic phenomenon through the lens of diverse disciplinary fields. These include: Biology, Global Studies, History, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Literature and the Arts. The course also includes a panel of PLU alumni in the health and care professions that have been invited to reflect on their experience of the crisis from the vantage point as practitioners. The course is coordinated by PLU’s Wang Center for Global Education and co-facilitated by Dr. Teresa Ciabattari, Interim Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, and Dr. Tamara R. Williams, Executive Director for the Wang Center for Global Education.


Dial-In Information

Registration required with an ePass.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 6:00pm to 7:05pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations

Target Audience

Alumni, General Public, Faculty/Staff




Global Studies, Wang Center
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