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COVID-19’s rapid transition from looming danger to immediate threat forced higher education to quickly stand up comprehensive webpages to answer the urgent questions of campus stakeholders. Use the resources located on the second tab of the audit to help strengthen areas determined to need improvement.
At many institutions, living on campus is a crucial dimension of the student experience, as well as a key source of auxiliary revenue. But current public health evidence indicates that communal living could strongly facilitate virus transmission, and many campuses lack the ability to give each student the safest option of a private room and bathroom. Ultimately, all universities are facing the same question: what is the housing solution that provides students with an on-campus experience that’s as fulfilling as possible, while also protecting the community from outbreaks?
Want to talk about racism with other education leaders? These are the important terms you need to know
Use this guide to help you confidently lead dialogue across your institution and community and build a shared understanding of the change that is needed to create the anti-racist education institutions our society needs.
On December 11th, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized emergency use of a vaccine to prevent the coronavirus strand behind COVID-19. This vaccine, developed by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE, is the first one to have received full approval from the US regulatory body, and was approved by health authorities in the United Kingdom and Canada over the week prior.