Special Webinar COVID 19 Across the Globe
Featuring University of Michigan Faculty: Pauline Jones, Elizabeth King, Ann Chih Lin, Laura Rozek, and Twila Tardif The International Institute and Ford School of Public Policy are excited to present a webinar on brand new research on COVID-19 and its effects in different countries around the world. U-M Professors Pauline Jones, Elizabeth King, Ann Chih Lin, Laura Rozek, and Twila Tardif will present findings from a survey that they--along with other U-M researchers--have conducted over the past month. Also to be discussed are the latest findings on: worldwide anxiety about the disease, prevention efforts, vaccination, and blame, as well as how these issues vary across regions and identities. This will be an excellent opportunity to not only hear some of the most recent research on COVID-19, but also get a view of how it is affecting people around the world.
Co-sponsored by: Ford School of Public Policy, Department of Psychology, Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Mcubed, Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies, Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia