The recording of the panel discussion on Campus, Community & Covid is up on ECUT’s Facebook page. Watch it here:
On Tuesday, Nov 23 at noon on Zoom, join The Ecumenical Chaplaincy at the University of Toronto for a conversation on the themes of community, COVID and campus life. We’ve invited our panelists to help us reflect: What does community mean to you? How do you create community on campus? What role does spirituality play? How has the pandemic affected community with the students you work with? Successes? Challenges?
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Meet the panelists:
Rupi K. Jhutti is a registered psychotherapist who provides psycho-spiritual care at St. George campus and supports the Sikh Students Association (SSA).
Divy Sallentes Uptegrove is the General Secretary of Student Christian Movement Canada. They came into SCM leadership during the pandemic, with years of experience leading communities in digital spaces.
Imam Yasin Dwyer is the executive director of Muslim Chaplaincy of Toronto. As well as working alongside many non-profit organizations, Imam Yasin was the first full-time Muslim chaplain to work with the Correctional Service of Canada.
Leonard Clarke Jr is an Associate Chaplain with ECUT at the Scarborough campus of U of T where he offers grief, family, and general counsel, in addition to administering the rites and rituals of the Christian faith.
Rabbi Ariella Rosen is the Senior Director and Senior Jewish Educator at Hillel U of T. She moved to Toronto from New York City, where she previously worked as the admissions director for the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Charlotte (she/her) is completing the Master of Pastoral Studies (Buddhism) program at Emmanuel College. Her undergraduate degree is from Queen’s University, where she studied history and religion. Before TST, Charlotte studied at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, where she researched teachers’ use of mindfulness in the classroom. Charlotte grew up in the Roman Catholic tradition, and became interested in Buddhism as a young adult. This spurred a lifelong interest in and practice of mindfulness. She has work experience in group facilitation, student mentoring, and youth mental health. Charlotte is currently pursuing the Certificate in Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy with TST. She is available for mindfulness-based counselling for students at U of T. She also runs a weekly Spirituality and Mental Health group with ECUT. She enjoys camping, chocolate anything, and reading novels.