Trent Talks

Trent Talks Episode 11 HeadshotsTrent Talks – a weekly interactive video series offering timely, reliable and thought-provoking information about COVID-19, as well as other topics related to our rapidly changing world. Each episode will challenge the way we think, offering captivating insights from faculty and alumni experts. These curated talks will be presented in two integrated video formats: a moderated Q&A, hosted by Trent chancellor, Dr. Stephen Stohn ’66, featuring viewer-submitted questions; as well as a 10-minute mini-lecture by a stand-alone faculty expert.

New videos will be posted each Wednesday at noon.

To ensure that Trent Talks is meeting the needs of the Trent family and our host communities, we’re encouraging viewers to submit questions for each week’s program. Post online using #TrentTalks or submit online anonymously.

Looking at the impact of the pandemic on Canada’s criminal justice system and prison populations, speaking with Trent Durham faculty members Dr. Amy Spendik, assistant professor in the Policing and Community Wellbeing program, and Dr. Else Knudsen, assistant professor in Social Work.

Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. EDT

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