Past Events

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Past Events

Past Events

Session 1: May 12 at 12pm

Session 2: May 19 at 5pm

Click here to view some resources described in the session.

Wellness & Resiliency during the Pandemic
Dr. Amy Hoch, Associate Director of the Wellness Center and licensed psychologist

Rowan's own Dr. Amy Hoch will address concerns about the virus while sharing ways to address the emotional and mental health challenges that the pandemic presents. As a licensed psychologist and Associate Director of the Wellness Center, Dr. Hoch's experience is invaluable during this unprecedented time.

Session 1: May 28 at 4pm

Session 2: June 4 at 12pm

Daily Plan Template

Task List Template

Building a Foundation for Success in the Remote Work Environment
Jeremy Trowsdale, Director of Training & Development, Human Resources

In this brief session, we'll discuss ways that employees working from home can not only better manage their time and stay focused on work, but also find balance in their personal life and manage relationships with loved ones.

 June 9 at 12pm

Dr. Gupta's Presentation

Being Well, Staying Well
Dr. Adarsh K Gupta, Board Certified Physician and Family Medicine Faculty at RowanSOM

For many, being confined to our homes coupled with the stress of remote working and learning, the pandemic has contributed to the "quarantine 15." Whether we find ourselves snacking out of stress or boredom or lacking exercise without those walks across campus, it is vital to maintain our health in these unusual times. Dr. Adarsh Gupta specializes in medical weight loss and metabolic disorders. He develops programs specifically tailored to meet individual needs, as there is no ‘quick fix’ or a one-size-fits-all solution to weight loss. Whether your goal is to lose weight for cosmetic reasons or due to health problems, Dr. Gupta will provide tips to help you develop a healthy, enduring change so that you can stop worrying about weight loss and start enjoying life.

 June 16 at 12pm

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Supporting Children Ages 4-10 during Summer through STEM Experiences, Play and Active Learning
Zeynep Isik-Ercan, Ph.D., Professor, College of Education & co-director of Early Childhood Leadership Institute 
Hannah Kye, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, College of Education

The transition to remote learning for young children has been challenging. Schools are closed, kids are separated from their teachers and friends, summer camps are being cancelled, and parents have been thrown into home schooling. For parents who are not teachers and are also trying to manage their own workload during summer, it is a daunting task to keep children engaged in learning. Many people don't know where to look for educational activities and are overwhelmed. Drs. Isik-Ercan and Kye will share ways for parents, guardians, caregivers, and others to support young children during the summer through play, active learning and STEM experiences!

Session 1: June 23 at 12pm

Session 2: July 1 at 4pm

 Register here!
Take Charge of Your Financial Future
Mary Kaye Anthony, J.D., Vice President, Senior Trust Advisor, TD Wealth Private Client Group
Carla Reinas, VP, Store Manager, TD Bank
Cyndy Smolsky, VP, Senior Relationship Manager, TD Private Client Group
Planning is key when it comes to your finances.  Join us for a discussion on estate planning and banking options to protect and secure a bright financial future for you and your loved ones. 
October 8 at 5pm
At Home: A Taste of Rowan with Gourmet Dining
Profs in the kitchen? It’s a recipe for success!

Tune in from home with the University’s very own Gourmet Dining crew. Welcome a taste of your alma mater into your kitchens and follow along as they prepare shrimp with white wine, lentils and tomatoes. 

Recipes will be shared with registrants in advance and veteran Gourmet Dining staff members will be right there with you to answer questions. Grab your finest cookware and let’s get cooking!