We know that many students are struggling due to the situations we are currently facing. As such, CAPS has provided additional services to help any student in need. Here is an overview of our new and current offerings:
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I know there has been a great deal of uncertainty about how you will be graded since the University switched to entirely online classes.
Tonight you heard from Acting Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Susan Collins that an alternative grading policy will be put into place for all undergraduate courses. Continue Reading »
This week has been challenging. Engineering faculty and staff – and all of you, our students – have been working to transition from in-person teaching and learning to remote options. It hasn’t been easy, but we are off to a good start as we navigate this transition together.
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Dear Doctoral Students,
Things are challenging right now, but we are here for you. Please know that the College is committed to your safety, well-being, and success.
We have heard from many of you about the effects of COVID-19 on your security, education, research and progress towards your degree completion. We feel intensely the need Continue Reading »
Engineering Parents and Families:
These are unprecedented times. I realize the uncertainties of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on our students are creating many questions and concerns for you. For all of us, navigating through the options as our community grapples with this situation is challenging on many levels.
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Today begins the first day of full-time online learning. We sincerely hope that, wherever you have settled down to do your work, you are safe and comfortable. If you have not yet done so, please fill out the University’s student survey to share your current status.
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I am writing during an unprecedented time at our University. I have been thinking about all of you as we’ve been considering how to support you through all this. I’ve been thinking about our international students who are struggling to navigate an uncertain landscape, graduate students whose research may be affected, our students Continue Reading »
This afternoon, President Schlissel announced new measures based on public health principles and the latest information and assessments for our community. While most University operations will remain unchanged, we are taking a number of steps to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19. These include canceling events with more than 100 participants, suspending or Continue Reading »
Coronavirus and the COVID-19 illness is a rapidly changing situation, and may present various challenges to our community. Our primary concern must be the health and safety of our students, postdocs, staff and faculty. We are committed to ensuring a safe and healthy environment for everyone.
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