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AMA: Why Does COVID Affect Us Differently?

Alan Flurry

Ask Me Anything is an interactive online session between alumni and UGA faculty members from diverse academic disciplines. Experts from UGA will discuss the effects of this global pandemic on their specific area of expertise and provide participants the opportunity to ask questions.

This month, there are two extraordinary opportunities with Franklin Faculty, beginning tomorrow August 4, with assistant professor of sociology Ryon Cobb.



Assistant Professor of Sociology, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences


Moderated by Dr. Jim Coverdill

Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor of Sociology and Department Head, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences


Tuesday, August 4

3:30 PM EST


Why Does COVID Affect Us All Differently?

Dr. Cobb will share and discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting various demographic groups in the United States, specifically how it shapes the health of white, Black and Latino people.


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