Hear from a panel of student affairs professionals around the world about how different institutions and countries are responding to COVID-19. Please note, the registration for this program will be done through ACPA.
About the Presenters
Dan Foley is the assistant director of facilities at Northwestern University.
Damian Media is from Duke Kunshan University in China.
Paul Moriarty is the head of student experience, chair of student affairs at a university in Ireland.
Lisa Bardill Moscaritolo is from American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.
Dr. Saloshni Pillay is director student counselling at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa and president of the Southern African Federation of Student Affairs and Services.
Dr. Birgit Schreiber serves at Stellenbosch University
in South Africa. She has worked in higher education for the past 24
years across the African continent in a variety of leadership positions.
She has also served and read at universities
in Europe and the United States. She serves on the executive of
various national and international professional organizations, including
the Southern African Federation (SAFSAS) and the International
Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS),
for which she served as the Africa Chair and now as the vice
Robert Shea is an associate professor in the Faculty of
Education at Memorial University. His research and teaching has
embraced career development, experiential learning, higher education
leadership, and adult education. His most recent
publication is entitled Supporting Students Globally in Higher
Education. His university service includes leadership roles as president
of national and international associations, including the Canadian
Education and Research Institute for Counselling
(CERIC), the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education
(CSSHE), the Canadian Association of College and University Student
Services (CACUSS), and the International Association of Student Affairs
and Services Association (IASAS).
Andrea Strachan is from the University of Queensland in Australia.