ASEZ MENTAL HEALTH
Join ASEZ in a virtual panel discussion addressing mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
April 21, 2021 | 4 p.m.
Key speakers: Thomas C. Katsouleas, President of UCONN; Tina Roman, M.D., General Pediatrician, UCONN Medical School Preceptor; Paul Hoffman, Ph.D., Director of Mental Health and Counseling at Yale University
The future is now!
Reduce Crime Together
According to the Broken Windows Theory, visible signs of disorder, such as litter or graffiti, instigate criminal activity. Studies have also shown a correlation between neighborhood cleanliness and reduced crime. With this in mind, ASEZ university students help their campuses and communities to promote peace and happiness.
See ASEZ in Action
On August 18, ASEZ volunteers from various colleges and universities in the Bronx and Staten Island joined together to clean Randall Avenue in the Bronx, NY. Together with Assemblywoman Karines Reyes, the volunteers collected over 400 bags of trash.
ASEZ volunteers from the University of Puerto Rico partnered with the town of Guaynabo, PR to carry out a cleanup in the municipality.
ASEZ volunteers from various universities and community colleges held a cleanup at the Wrigley Park neighborhood of Paterson, NJ. They removed a total of 50 bags of trash.