Date & Time: October 11, 2022 12:15pm – 1:30pm
Location: Ruth S. Harley University Center, Ballroom & Virtual

Through their work, experience, and best practices these panelists will explore how they break misconceptions concerning refugees and immigration. Why is this perspective important in bringing about social transformation?

In the current socio-political refugee and immigrant crises in the United States, this event aims to inspire mindset transformation.


  • Tereza Buskova, Artist and Educator in the UK
  • Melissa Leaym-Fernandez, Art Education & Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Penn State University
  • Garyfalia Terizaki (Preschool Educator, Head of the Children’s Section at the Trifylia Library, Greece
  • Devin Thornburg, Senior Adjunct Faculty, Ruth S. Ammon College of Education and Health Sciences at Adelphi University
  • Stephanie Lake, Director, Criminal Justice Program, Adelphi University


  • Charles Herman, Senior, Criminal Justice Program, President CJ Club, Adelphi University
  • Rowan McKiernan, Senior Criminal Justice Program, Artivism Club Co- Founder, Adelphi University

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