Through interviews with leaders across various universities and colleges, we discuss the strategies, lessons learned, and insights regarding operations in response to COVID-19. Learn about reopening strategies implemented for Fall 2020 and how these institutions planned to provide healthy, safe, and productive environments on their campuses at the start of 2021. Some specific interview topics include general institutional operations, health and safety operations, restarting and continuing institutional research and lab operations as well as student financial and academic services, course delivery methods, institutional support of local communities, campus community empowerment, and mental health services.
Thank you to our distinguished interviewees who contributed to this course: Dr. Colin Duckett, Vice Dean of Basic Science, Professor and Interim Chair of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology at the Duke University School of Medicine; Dr. Amy Goodburn, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor, Dean of Undergraduate Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Dr. Lori McDonald, Vice President of Student Affairs at the University of Utah; Dr. Rolando Montoya, Interim President of Miami Dade College; and Dr. Alan Rudolph, Vice President for Research at Colorado State University.
This course is available at no cost to independent learners by affiliating with “COVID-19 Free Training (IL)” during the registration process. Click here for instructions. Organizations (including those not subscribed to CITI Program) can add this course at no cost, along with our COVID-19: Back to Campus course, Remote Contact Tracing course, Participating in Vaccine Research webinar, What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine webinar, and our COVID-19: Mental Health for Higher Ed & Healthcare course. Add now.
Language Availability: English
Suggested Audiences: Faculty, Higher Education Administrators, Institutional Leadership, Researchers, Student Affairs Professionals, Undergraduate and Graduate StudentsDemo Instructions