Liang, professor of counseling psychology, to address the Elon community on how to navigate life on Wednesday, April 20.
Belle Liang, professor of counseling psychology at Boston College, will address the Elon community on Wednesday, April 20 in Whitley Auditorium as a part of the Elon University Speaker Series.
Liang was originally scheduled to appear at Elon on Tuesday, April 5, but that has been postponed.
Liang’s research explores positive youth development including mentoring and relational health in adolescence and young adulthood.
She is the principal investigator in the Purpose Lab and is currently developing True North, a curriculum and web-based application for creating purpose profiles to be used in schools and universities.
The lab also explores topics such as mentorship, gender, social oppression, privilege and whole-person education.
Admission to the event is $15 or an Elon ID. For ticket information, call (336) 278-5610 or visit the Elon ticketing website.
The Elon University Speaker Series is presented in partnership with WUNC North Carolina Public Radio with a focus on the power of relationships. The remainder of the Speaker Series events can be found here and additional cultural events for the Spring 2021 semester can be found here.