We will expand strategies to prevent spread of COVID-19.
We could not have made this semester a success without you.
We must all do our part to help stop the spread.
As we head into flu season, it is more important than ever that we protect ourselves and one another by receiving the flu vaccine.
Today residential students who test positive for COVID-19 will begin moving into Massey Hall for temporary isolation housing.
We are increasing our efforts at campus safety with a comprehensive testing program that includes wastewater, pooled saliva, and nasal swab testing in residence halls and fraternity and sorority houses.
Vice Chancellor for Research Deb Crawford and I will discuss our overall testing strategy as well as early results from systematic testing during tomorrow’s live update.
I am proud of your spirited response to the obstacles presented by COVID-19.
The $129 million, 228,000-square-foot building will house the Nuclear Engineering program and the college’s first-year programs.
Additional steps to control the spread of COVID-19 on our campus.