Evan Vandermeer | September 3, 2020
The School of Architecture held its second annual Wellness Fair on Friday, August 14, bringing students together for their first in-person School event since last March.
The Wellness Fair is intended to introduce students to the many University departments that promote and offer resources for student well-being. This includes architecture student organizations, which by participating in the event had an opportunity to highlight their work and encourage students to get involved. It was also the first time many students were able to meet Dean Stefanos Polyzoides in person.
“Student wellness is always a priority for the School, and this semester it has a particular emphasis,” said Stefanos Polyzoides, the Francis and Kathleen Rooney Dean of the School of Architecture. “I’m pleased that I was able to see students and faculty in a safe, socially distanced manner. Online tools have been extremely useful during the pandemic, but there is nothing that can replace in-person connections.”
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