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.
Thank you for your flexibility and for your commitment to our mission of educating students no matter the circumstances.
We continue to adapt to the challenges of a continued rise in the number of COVID-19 cases on campus.
It is more important than ever that we take care of ourselves and look out for one another.