Learning series supports community during COVID-19
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To help address timely topics about COVID-19 and inform Ontarians, Trent University is launching a free, online learning series called Trent Talks.

Discussion topics include educating kids at home, family and marital dynamics, rural and aging populations and resilience. Hosted by university Chancellor Stephen Stohn, the weekly show will feature Trent experts who will explore challenges and offer solutions during the pandemic.

The series is open to the public, who are encouraged to submit questions and connect on social media using the hashtag, #TrentTalks.

“The Trent Talks video series aims to be responsive to the community’s need for up-to-date information, resources and thought leadership about the COVID-19 pandemic, and the many interconnected issues that come with it,” said Julie Davis, Vice-President, External Relations & Advancement.

To learn more, visit Trent University.

“I am pleased Trent University is providing access to faculty and alumni experts through the Trent Talks learning series. These interactive discussions aim to provide answers to help us all navigate this pandemic, as well as share some practical information and strategies for today, and optimism and hope for tomorrow.”
Stephen Stohn
Chancellor and alumnus
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