The COVID-19 crisis has been the catalyst for significant reflection on and transformation of the way that we do things. This is true not only in education, of course, but also in business, social interactions, and the way that we gather in Christian community.
A group of 11 Warner faculty members have been thoughtfully considering these changes and will be providing an opportunity for the community to consider the many different effects of the pandemic. On June 22, Warner University will begin a free one-credit (may also be taken for no credit) online course about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our world. The limited-size, multidisciplinary course will last for 8 weeks, with each week a chance to think about the coronavirus pandemic through the lens of different fields of study. This is a time of profound change that deserves a sustained conversation informed by wisdom and our Christian faith.
There will be modules on the history of pandemics, the biology and mathematical analysis of COVID-19, economic effects, effects on education, effects on businesses and the food supply, effects on the criminal justice system and social work, effects on church community and congregating, and reflections on living during and after the pandemic. JOIN US! This is free to the community, as well as students. No books needed and no fees!
Class size is limited.