As part of the university’s broader Smart Restart effort, the Instructional Continuity Team is providing a series of virtual town halls. The town halls will focus on key updates, guidelines and resources related to supporting instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic, and provide time for Q&A. The sessions are intended primarily for faculty and instructors including teaching assistants. Each session will be hosted by Steve Cramer, vice provost for instructional continuity and academic affairs, who will be joined by other campus leaders.
All sessions will be captioned and recorded. Recordings of each session will be posted 2-3 business days after the live event and available for a week after posting.
The captioned recordings of the July 29 and July 31 events are now available. View the recordings and more details about the town halls.
We hope these sessions will provide a space to share your concerns and get answers. We recognize that we will not be able to answer all of your questions in real time, and will use subsequent communications and town halls to do so. Updates will be shared with the broader campus community, including students, as well.
See more information for all employees, as well as information for departments and units about returning to campus (e.g., general guidelines and protocols for cleaning and facilities, face coverings and guidelines, testing resources and more.