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SwimSwam.com featured Dyson Associate Professor Linda Escobar Olszewski piece "Disruption, Sports and Pandemic: How Colleges Are Failing Student-Athletes"

09/17/2020

SwimSwam.com featured Dyson Associate Professor Linda Escobar Olszewski piece "Disruption, Sports and Pandemic: How Colleges Are Failing Student-Athletes"

Linda Escobar Olszewski, PsyD, is a NY State licensed clinical psychologist, Associate Professor of Psychology, and Director of the McShane Center for Psychological Services at Pace University in New York City. She also writes a popular blog for Psychology Today.

Over the past months the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone across the globe. Unfortunately for the human race, this is not the first time (or last) a pandemic has brought life-as-we-know it to a screeching halt. The 1918 Spanish flu devastated the global population in for two years, causing an estimated 50 million deaths world-wide. In 1957, the Asian Flu, killed over one million people and the 1968 Hong Kong flu killed an estimated four million people world-wide. Currently CORONA-19 has erased nearly one million lives to date. Despite containment efforts and the promise of a vaccine the economic ramifications have been far reaching and its emotional burden has created a monstrous mental health crisis. 

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San Diego Union Tribune featured Dyson Professor Linda Olszewski in "Who is Generation Z? You're about to find out. We just gave them the microphone."

07/23/2020

San Diego Union Tribune featured Dyson Professor Linda Olszewski in "Who is Generation Z? You're about to find out. We just gave them the microphone."

“I think every generation thinks that things are worse for either their particular generation or the next generation,” said Linda Olszewski, a doctor of psychology at Pace University in New York City. “Everybody feels anxiety about these things but it seems like Gen Z can’t escape them.”

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