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K. Bauer

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  1. Kaylon, I can't imagine adding a natural disaster to the current situation. MSU is grad students only on campus. Most classes are virtual. We used Teams for our interactions within out unit and it works great for us. We will be converting all of our seminar to virtual this year. Lots of new stuff for us. I already do a lot of emailing so that really hasn't changed much for me. Teams allows you to call or video or chat with someone which is where I am most of the time. We are functioning well remotely but I know that is not easy for everyone. Communication is key. I hope you have som
  2. Our plan is similar with students starting in early September and not returning to campus after Thanksgiving. Everyone on campus will be required to wear a mask even when outside. Half of classes are now online and the other half in person. Administration is still working on locations for in person classes and if space is not available the class will be moved to online. A lot to figure out before students arrive. Numerous committees on campus addressing various issues. Of course, all of this could change with second wave.
  3. Thanks for sharing SoCalAdmin. Our administration is still trying to figure out if we want to bring students back to campus. Most people are working from home. There is talk of no faculty raises. Staff raises are contractual.
  4. I am wondering who is planning to open in the Fall with in-person classes. Also, is your institution going to have budget cuts that impact support staff/administrative positions?
  5. Hi Everyone. My name is Karla and I am the Center Administrator for the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Science which is part of the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University.
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