Updates, Resources and Information for Faculty and Staff

Aaron Carpenter has collected resources from across campus to help faculty keep teaching at go.osu.edu/johnglennkeepteaching. These include Zoom support and quick start guides for teaching remotely.

COVID-19 Resources

COVID updates from OAA

How to report COVID-19 cases

What to do about possible coronavirus cases:
  • Individuals: Contact your primary care physician if you are personally experiencing signs or symptoms of respiratory illness consistent with coronavirus, have been exposed to an individual with coronavirus or have been diagnosed with the virus. If you are unable to reach your primary care physician, call the Wexner Medical Center's COVID-19 call center at (614) 293-4000.
  • Managers: If you receive a report, confirmed or unconfirmed, that a member of your team has been exposed to or has contracted coronavirus, connect with your HR Business Partner and call the Wexner Medical Center's COVID-19 call center at (614) 293-4000 for guidance on what you should do.
  • Please remember: If you learn of a possible case, do NOT share this person's health information with colleagues. This is a violation of their privacy, and this information is protected by HIPAA and other laws. Please trust health officials to investigate cases and trace potential contacts.

April 3, 2020 | Message from President Drake

We all know that the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) is resulting in significant disruptions here at our university and across the globe.

I will continue to communicate with you regularly so that you are all aware of the important and sometimes difficult decisions the university is making during this time of extraordinary challenge and uncertainty.

Below are some announcements and details about the university’s ongoing response to COVID-19.

Virtual graduation celebration and speaker; live commencement ceremony to be planned at later date
Earlier today, we announced that the university will hold a historic virtual commencement on May 3 with Apple CEO Tim Cook delivering the commencement address. The livestreamed event will begin at noon on Sunday, May 3. We expect to award approximately 12,000 diplomas. In light of restrictions on large gatherings at this time, there will be no students or guests in Ohio Stadium. Graduates will receive their degrees by mail. Importantly, this in no way limits or excludes a live commencement ceremony for our class. We will hold a graduation ceremony at a later date for members of the spring Class of 2020, their families and guests, at a time that is safe and practical. The Class of 2020 will be actively included in the scheduling and planning.

University state of emergency
As a reminder, Ohio State is in a state of emergency. This state of emergency declaration enables the university to utilize Disaster Leave (Policy 6.28) and is essential to give us flexibility in making a variety of financial decisions over an extended period if necessary. This includes our ability to provide monetary relief to employees who are able to work but unable to perform their duties in a telework setting.

Today, I am extending the state of emergency through Friday, April 10. Per the policy, we will reevaluate the declaration weekly.

Disaster leave
The Office of Human Resources offers information about leave programs available to faculty and staff during the COVID-19 state of emergency. Ohio State offers several leave options, including regular accrued time and university disaster leave. In addition, information is available on how to use the expanded leave options through the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Leave options for Wexner Medical Center faculty and staff information is available on OneSource.

Budgetary contingency planning
In these troubled times, our core mission is more critical than ever. In order to protect the core mission and maintain fiscal stability, we are engaged in active budgetary contingency planning.

The ultimate duration and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic are unknown. As responsible stewards of the resources entrusted to us, we must plan for multiple contingencies while maintaining and advancing patient care, research and teaching.

Availability of university facilities for community support
Organizations across Ohio and the nation are stepping forward to provide resources to aid in the fight against COVID-19. Ohio State has been approached by community partners about the possibility that some facilities currently not in use, such as some residence halls and other facilities, could be made available to the community for a variety of potential uses during this time. We will share information about these partnerships when arrangements are finalized.

Career Roadmap implementation extension
The university remains committed to the implementation of the Career Roadmap as an initiative to standardize job classification and compensation structures to help attract and retain top talent. At this time and in alignment with extending the initial Enterprise Project implementation dates by six months, we are extending the Career Roadmap implementation dates by six months. More information is available on the Career Roadmap website.

Events, buildings and teleworking
We have extended the date for cancellations of all university events to Monday, July 6. This is consistent with our approach to a virtual summer term, announced this week. Any university event scheduled between now and July 6 will be canceled, and no new university events will be scheduled until that time. We will continue to reevaluate based on evolving conditions.

Relatedly and until further notice, Ohio State has closed the following facilities: all recreational sports indoor facilities, the Ohio Union, the Younkin Success Center, libraries and university bookstores. At this time, only critical services are maintained physically on campus. As with all current restrictions, we will continue to monitor and extend restrictions, if needed, or end them early.

This is a very difficult and challenging time for the world. Many are suffering from the disease or have lost loved ones, and all of us are affected by the many changes this pandemic has brought. At the same time, we are coming together and responding in ways that are inspiring.

April 2, 2020 | Glenn College COVID-19 Updates

The finals calendar for spring semester has been finalized: https://registrar.osu.edu/scheduling/SchedulingContent/SP20Finals.pdf. You can ignore any message you receive that rooms have been assigned since all final assessments will be done virtually during the time periods identified in the schedule.

As you’ve all likely seen, summer semester will now be virtual with the calendar pushed back by a week. Rob Greenbaum is leading the process of registering all of our courses as distance offerings. Summer commencement will take place on August 9. We will tentatively plan for an in-person pre-commencement ceremony that combines spring and summer Glenn College graduates around that date. Again, we still plan to make our annual awards this spring and send out a virtual acknowledge in May.

Today the Graduate School voted to extend the P/NP option to all graduate courses for spring semester with C- as the passing threshold. This changes our original plan for our graduate professional and doctoral courses. We will soon provide guidance to students and instructors.

The Wellness and Mental Health Committee has complied resources for students, faculty and staff who are facing food, housing, and financial insecurity. You’ll find the resources here and here.

Bern Melnyk’s university-wide wellness team has created new programming for our faculty, staff and students to help cope with the pandemic and stay healthy. The new series “Staying Well and Calm in the Midst of the COVID-19 Storm” begins next Wednesday, April 8 at 12:30 pm. Sessions are short and weekly for 8 weeks on Wednesdays at 12:30. Find more details attached.

Lauren Jones, assistant professor jointly appointed in the Glenn College and EHE, gave birth to a healthy baby girl on Monday, March 30 at 3:23 AM. Her name is Ophira Amal Sabree-Jones and she is 7 lbs and 10 oz.

April 1, 2020 | Provost McPheron: Academic Plan for Summer Term

In light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, The Ohio State University will deliver all courses through virtual modes of teaching and learning for the Summer 2020 term.

The summer term will start and end one week later than originally published. Classes will start on May 13 and end on July 31. Finals will take place Aug. 3‑5, and summer commencement will be Aug. 9.

We have made this decision in consultation with college and regional campus leadership to provide certainty for Ohio State students, faculty and staff about plans for the summer term. We cannot yet predict when current restrictions on our campuses will ease, so we are moving forward to provide a consistent academic experience for the summer term.

Ohio State’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our community, and the university is following public health guidance in all decisions. At the same time, we continue to adapt so that all members of the university community can continue in their academic progress.

Summer term courses — including lectures, labs, discussion sections, seminars and other similar classroom settings — will be offered through virtual modes of instruction. Please note that courses will be offered under the university’s traditional grading systems; pass/no pass options for spring semester were limited to that term. The university will continue to evaluate whether clinical experiences for relevant disciplines, graduate research and experiences supporting creative inquiry can be safely reinitiated within the summer term. Departments and schools are encouraged to engage directly with their particular college curricular dean, who is working with W. Randy Smith, vice provost for academic programs.

It was pleasure to see so many of you online for last Friday’s faculty-staff meeting. Thank you to the curriculum committees for moving swiftly to review the pass/no pass options and make recommendations to the college. There was unanimous support for the two proposals and the student services staff quickly got the message out to students about their options for this semester. You can find a link to the information here.

For those of you who weren’t able to attend the meeting, there was a bit of sadness to share: Ken Kolson, former WAIP director, passed away recently from complications connected to Parkinson’s disease. You can find a link to his obituary on the website here. Ken was a warm spirit who will be missed.

I know that we’re all waiting on determinations about summer. We were assured on tonight’s Council of Dean’s call that Randy Smith will be connecting with each of the curricular associate deans on Tuesday to finalize the recommendation. Rob has already been in conversation with Randy and we are well prepared for the planned decision. It should come out from OAA tomorrow evening.

Again, we heard that Kathy Lasher from the Office Institutional Equity will be providing a determination about summer camp offerings by the end of this week. This will have implications for New Leadership and Democracy Camp.

As discussed in Friday’s faculty-staff meeting, we will postpone our traditional pre-commencement ceremony from May until August after the completion of summer semester. We will still, however, confer the traditional end-of-year academic awards in May at the completion of spring semester. If you are chairing or serving on an award committee I ask that you soon commence the award determination process. Regina and staff from the Student Services office will reach out to you soon to initiate awards process.

Business Operations
Because campus is essentially locked down, your campus parking pass may not be valuable to you in the short term. Campus Park will allow you to cancel your parking pass and stop drawing down payroll deduction before the beginning of each month. The deadline for the month of April is to cancel by 5 p.m. on Tuesday. You’ll find the form attached. Should you pursue this option your key card will cease to provide you access to the garages on campus starting the first of April. Campus Park hasn’t yet determined whether you’ll need to acquire a new card if you terminate or whether they will just turn on your old card when you start up again, so don’t throw away your current card if you elect to end your parking pass.
I write to provide you with a number of important end-of-week updates related to the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19). First, however, I want to express my deep gratitude and pride for how our entire university has pulled together in true Buckeye spirit during this first week of virtual classes.

Hundreds of our faculty and staff have spent countless hours preparing for this unprecedented transition. On behalf of the entire university community, thank you. While I know there have been challenges, your efforts have been nothing short of extraordinary. And thank you to our students, who have demonstrated a dedication to academics and the patience and perseverance needed in what has been a time of great uncertainty.

Please continue to utilize resources available at keeplearning.osu.edu for students, keepteaching.osu.edu for faculty and keepworking.osu.edu for staff.

If you are on the front lines fighting COVID-19, thank you. Your contributions are critical to ensuring the safety of our communities. Everyone else is fighting the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home, practicing social distancing and maintaining exemplary hygiene. This is critical, and is the only way we will defeat COVID-19.

Following are several updates on the university’s response:

Refunds for housing, dining and recreational fees
The university is processing refunds for students who have moved out of the residence halls. Housing and dining refunds will be issued starting Friday, April 3. In addition, we will provide a prorated refund of recreational fees to students, faculty and staff members starting on Friday, April 3.

Members of our community to whom these refunds apply will receive details via a separate email shortly.

Grade policy changes
This week, University Senate voted to approve pass/no pass grading for general education and elective courses. This measure allows individual students to opt-in for pass/no pass grading rather than letter grades. Many colleges have also extended this flexibility for required courses. A second measure approved by the senate allows students who are granted an incomplete grade to have more time — 10 weeks from the start of the next term, instead of six weeks — to complete work and receive a grade. Read more about these flexibility measures.

University state of emergency
We continue to follow up on last week’s declaration of a state of emergency. As a reminder, this declaration enables university leaders to utilize Disaster Leave (Policy 6.28) and is essential to give us flexibility in making a variety of financial decisions over an extended period if necessary. Per the policy, we will reevaluate the declaration on a weekly basis. Facilities previously announced as closed will remain so until further notice.

We will also continue to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about events and gatherings. Until further notice, no university events will be scheduled until at least May 9. We will continue to evaluate events and will share plans to either end the restrictions early or, if needed, extend them.

Support resources
The university remains committed to resources that support the mental health and wellness of our community. For students, these include: the Office of Student Life’s Counseling and Consultation Service and the Buckeye Peer Access Line (PAL), which operates Monday through Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight when classes are in session. Resources for faculty and staff are available through the Office of Human Resources’ new Keep Well website, the Health and Wellness page and Your Plan For Health. Additionally, the Ohio State: Wellness app is designed for students but offers tips and guidance useful for all members of our community.

We as Buckeyes derive great strength from bringing together outstanding individuals from across a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. Now, more than ever, it is vital for us to sustain the sense of inclusion and support that has been key to our community.

In this time of constant change, I am reminded of our “Carmen Ohio” which speaks to the unity and resilience of Ohio State and our people.
After careful consideration by the University Senate and our colleges, most Ohio State students will have the option to obtain a pass/no pass grade for courses they are taking this semester.

For all undergraduate and graduate students, pass/no pass will be an option for General Education and elective courses based on action by the Senate today. Many colleges and programs are also extending this option to required courses in undergraduate majors and graduate programs.

As I mentioned last week, we are offering this flexibility because coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced such massive adjustments in all of our lives. I am proud that the entire university community is working together to address these challenges, but we also recognize that some students face particular obstacles that would affect their grades.

The Senate resolution approved today allows students to declare by April 17 whether they want a letter grade or pass/no pass in General Education courses and electives. I would urge all students to discuss these options with their academic advisor, because letter grades can be important in advancing to graduate school, in maintaining certain types of financial aid and in other circumstances that may be unique to individual students.

In the case of required courses for majors or graduate programs, each college and/or program is determining whether pass/no pass is appropriate for the discipline and associated career requirements. They will be communicating directly with students about their decisions.

To assist you in understanding the options, this webpage provides resources and links to college communications that explain their decisions.
As we start another extraordinary week, I write to update you on some of the important steps we are taking to respond to the effects of COVID-19 on university operations.
Monday begins virtual learning throughout our university. Thank you everyone for your hard work and flexibility in preparing for this. It is encouraging that in the midst of this worldwide slowdown we can still safely continue our educational mission.

The university is committed to supporting students, faculty and staff through this new way of teaching, learning and working — and to providing resources that support the mental health and wellness of our entire community. Thank you all for your cooperation.

Over the past week, we have instituted a delay in the tenure clock for provisional faculty, expanded central campus garage access and updated the visitor policy at the Wexner Medical Center.

In addition, like many governments and institutions, to formalize some of the adjustments we have been making in response to COVID-19, I have declared a university state of emergency. This is pursuant to Ohio State’s Disaster Preparedness and University State of Emergency Policy (Policy 6.17). A policy FAQ is available online. This declaration enables university leaders to utilize Disaster Leave (Policy 6.28) and is essential to give the university flexibility in making a variety of financial decisions over an extended period if necessary. The emergency declaration will be revisited on a weekly basis as circumstances evolve.

The university remains open but with a series of restrictions announced in the past weeks.

We are fighting a war against COVID-19. Some of you — those on the front lines, including health professionals, public safety employees, food service workers, facility operations and other support staff — are playing an essential role caring for patients, serving those in need and providing other essential services. We express our sincere and deep appreciation for all that you are doing to keep our communities safe. Others are playing another critical role that is no less important. You are actively fighting the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home, practicing stringent social distancing and always maintaining exemplary hygiene. That is the only way that COVID-19 will be defeated.

We are all in this together. Please continue to do your part in this collective effort. The Ohio State spirit is strong, and we remain dedicated to one another and the communities we serve.
We have a faculty-staff meeting scheduled for next Friday, March 27. We are going to keep this meeting (hosted on zoom) on the books. Knowing how busy everyone is and will be, this is by no means a mandatory meeting. We’ll use the time to provide more updates on COVID-19 and hear from you about how things are going in the transition to online course delivery and working off-site.

Personal and Public Health
Buildings on campus are now limited to essential business activities only and the definition of essential is very restricted. All faculty and staff should now be working from home. You need a brass key or a swipe card to access the building. Please email Glenn-Help@osu.edu if you need to access the building for any duration of time other than to run-in to pick up materials.

Remember that if you are diagnosed with COVID-19 or are under quarantine, please contact Andrea Garringer at Garringer.11@osu.edu and call the Wexner Medical Center’s COVID-19 call center at 614-293-4000. Please do not call this line for general coronavirus information.

Classes will reconvene, online, on Monday, March 23rd. The final day of classes will be Friday, April 24 and finals will be conducted from Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1. Remember to visit keepteaching.osu.edu regularly to find updated materials, links, and strategies for teaching online.

Today we held a zoom session for instructors, faculty, and doctoral students that are teaching this semester and converting courses to online delivery. You can find the minutes of the meeting attached and a link to a recording of the session here.

We do not have any word yet on summer courses. We’re beginning to explore various contingency plans for summer offerings (e.g. WAIP). We decided to cancel HSIP for the summer (although some students are still enrolling in 2110). We are looking into rescheduling New Leadership Ohio from May to June. Currently we are moving forward with Democracy Camp for high school students in June, but will reevaluate as necessary.

Student Support
The website keeplearning.osu.edu has links to cellular providers that are providing 60-90 days of free cellular or wi-fi service for K-12 and college students.

A number of you have reached out to ask if there is a way to help support students who are housing or food insecure. Please let me know if you are interested in participating in such an effort.

Business Operations
If you receive mail at Page Hall, Andrea will contact you to find a time when you can retrieve it. I’ve appended her email from earlier this week with details.

A number of you have raised concerns about our cleaning staff and have expressed a desire to raise funds to support them. We are working with the university to learn more about policies around their compensation, health benefits, etc. I will inform you once we have better guidance from the university about their circumstances.

The Office of Research has now provided clear guidance that research activities should be performed off campus (and not in Page Hall). I’ve attached the message from Morley Stone to this email. Feel free to reach out to me if you have questions about accessing Page Hall resources for your research.

The Battelle Center’s Infectious Diseases SCOPE will be running Virtual Town Halls about COVID-19. You’ll find a PDF flier attached to this email that gives you more information about how to participate. Feel free to share this with your networks.
The Office of Management and Budget is providing more flexibility through new guidance regarding salaries and benefits for your research team. It is Office of Research policy that these costs should continue to be charged to active federal grants. Stipends should also continue to be paid and charged to active federal grants. This guidance supersedes previous guidance from OMB and NIH.

There are numerous allowable sponsored program activities that can be done remotely, including writing, reading, data analysis and experimental design as well as required or recommended training. This newly released guidance also allows salary, benefits and stipends to be allowable charges even when not all of a person’s time can be applied on the sponsored program. In these cases, please document this fractional effort and send to your Ohio State sponsored program officer so that it can become part of the ‘official’ record of the award.
If you receive mail, Andrea Garringer will notify you and will work with you to determine how best to forward it to your home address or arrange for an off campus pickup location.

For UPS and FedEx deliveries, you will need to contact UPS/FedEx directly to change the delivery address to your home address.

Deliveries from OSU Stores will be held at Central Receiving until further notice. If you need these items delivered to your home, please let Andrea Garringer know and we will determine the best way to get them to you.
Effective immediately, Page Hall exterior doors, suite doors, stairwell gates, and elevators will remain closed and locked 24 hours a day. Employees with BuckID swipe access and brass keys can continue to access the building similarly to how we do on the weekends. However, I strongly urge everyone to avoid campus unless an in-person activity is absolutely necessary and only be present long enough to perform the required functions.

Please note that all Glenn College employees are now working remotely – we have no staff in the building during business hours. We have placed signs around Page Hall advising visitors to contact Glenn-Help@osu.edu for assistance.

We are working with FOD and Business and Finance to route mail and package deliveries to Central Receiving on Kenny Road. Details about how to retrieve mail and packages will be shared as soon as they are available.
Personal and Public Health
There are many steps that you can take to limit the chance that you contract the virus and spread it to others including regularly staying home, washing your hands, wearing gloves, wiping down surfaces, and getting rest. The most impactful thing that we can do within the College and the University is to limit interactions between individuals or in groups. Starting on Tuesday, March 17, access to Page Hall is limited only to essential business activities. University leadership just communicated that the preferred mode of work for all faculty and staff is through tele-work. As of now, access to the building and your office space is not prohibited, so you can come in to retrieve materials needed to perform work from home, but the clear guidance is to stay away from campus unless absolutely necessary.

For all your questions about the Coronavirus and the steps the University’s medical team is taking to combat the virus please regularly check the University’s coronavirus website. If you are under quarantine or have tested positive for COVID-19, please contact Andrea Garringer at Garringer.11@osu.edu and call the Wexner Medical Center’s COVID-19 call center at (614) 293-4000. Please do not call this line for general coronavirus information.

The spread of the virus and the disorienting changes that have resulted as a response have impacts on mental as well as physical health. As you reorganize your lives, make sure to care for your mental health. Bern Melnyk, dean of the College of Nursing and the University’s Chief Wellness Officer, has developed several anxiety-reducing tips for faculty, staff and students along with information for parents about how to talk with your children about COVID-19. You can find all three documents here.

The university has informed students that all courses will go completely online for the rest of the semester. Spring break has been extended by a week so that faculty, staff and students can adjust to the transition. Classes will reconvene, online, on Monday, March 23rd. The final day of classes will be Friday, April 24 and finals will be conducted from Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1.

Aaron Carpenter is leading the on-line course migration effort for the Glenn College. He is doing a remarkable job and devoting considerable extra time to help us all with this transition. Aaron is more than willing to help, but the more that you can navigate on your own or in consultation with your peers, the more time Aaron will have to devote to those who have the least experience in online delivery.

The following is information and links to training for teaching in the virtual environment that may be helpful to you.

The University Graduate School has also issued guidance that all doctoral exams and defenses can be conducted through videoconferencing (see attached).

Because we are discouraging access to the building and having staff work virtually, we are closing access to the Page Hall computer labs. We have taken steps to identify students who don’t have access to technology and provided them with laptops. Jill sent out information earlier today that Spectrum/Charter will offer free broadband and Wi-Fi for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students (call: (844) 488-8395). Students can also find other resources to secure broadband and Wi-Fi access at keeplearning.osu.edu.

Please let Kate Hallihan and/or Caleb Pulliam know if you identify Glenn College students who lack information technology resources to participate in online courses.

We have moved all of the academic requirements for our Washington undergraduate and graduate programs online. Almost all of the internship hosts for the 21 students participating in WAIP this term have ceased their internship programs. We have informed WAIP students that the University will no longer be able to support WISH housing for the remainder of the semester starting this coming weekend. We are working with these students to assist them in vacating the housing and making their way home. Even with this change, they will still be able to complete the requirements for the program online.

Business Operations
The Administrative-Operations team will move much of their work online, although there are some functions that require someone to be periodically present in the building (e.g. the receipt of mail).

Caleb and Sam will run point on all IT needs. If you need IT assistance to teach, work, perform research, or participate in classes remotely, please email Glenn-Help@osu.edu.

Jenna will remain your primary point of contact for all HR related functions. I have appended her recent emails on guidance for supervising student employees and graduate associates. You can find further guidance on navigating on online work environment at Keep Working https://it.osu.edu/keepworking

If you will be in the building, please email Glenn-Help@osu.edu to identify the area you will be accessing and the hours that you plan to be in the building. This will help us ensure safe working conditions while maintaining minimal staffing and allow us to respond accordingly in the event of an emergency. An updated staff and faculty cell phone list is attached. Please use this information with discretion and do not share it with others.

Mail and packages will continue to be received daily and will be placed on the table between Sam and Danny’s offices in the 150 suite. If you receive mail or a package, an email will be sent to you. You can determine the best time to come into the building to pick it up.

Checks received must continue to be deposited in a timely manner. If you receive a check, please complete the attached deposit slip then send it and a copy of the check via email to Danny Lam(.85) and Garrett Boysen(.4). The physical check should be put on Danny’s desk in his office. He will deposit it within 24 hours of receipt.

Student Services
The students services team is now conducting all of its functions (e.g. advising, recruiting, admissions) online. Starting tomorrow there will be no one at the 110 desk for walk-ins. There is signage in the building providing guidance on how to contact student services staff members. Students have all been sent information about how to contact their advisors and other students services staff members for various needs.

Professional Development and Training
We are also migrating our professional development and training programs online. MAPS classes are being rescheduled and moved online for the coming months, and LCERT-Vets, which started in person a few weeks ago, moved to online delivery on Friday.

For those of you involved in research projects, particularly those supported through extramural funds, you can find guidance from the Ohio State Office of Research and in the message sent earlier from Senior Vice President for Research Morley Stone. Student and postdoctoral researchers are asked to work remotely from home as much as possible (e.g. on analyzing data, writing papers, reading literature, preparing for exams, etc.).

If you are involved on a research project with a student who needs access to the building during this period please contact Andrea Garringer and/or Caleb Pulliam so we can coordinate access to facilities like the computer lab if required.

If you have research supported by extramural funds, please reach out to Scott Scribner to review where you are in the project and to determine whether you need to contact the sponsor to reassess the schedule of deliverables.

The Advancement team will now be working remotely. Communications will continue to run through Hank and Lisa. Please continue to contact them with any information you have that you think is worthy of sharing with internal and external audiences (e.g. new publication, upcoming virtual talk, etc.).

All of our events for the remainder of the semester have been cancelled (e.g. April 7 50th celebration, Dialogue). We are currently reviewing whether any of these events can be rescheduled for a later date. If you have an event that you were planning to undertake this spring that required the assistance of the events team, please reach out to Elaine McLoughlin-Overholt to discuss options for rescheduling.


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