Coronavirus Information & Re-entry Plan
It is essential, now more than ever, that we extend kindness and respect to all members of our College of Education family, regardless of race, ethnicity, or national origin. The strength of our community comes from embracing our diversity and working together to ensure we have a respectful and inclusive environment. This is a time for us to communicate facts and empathy, engaging in care for ourselves and for others. We must all stand together in responding to the threat of the coronavirus.
For the most-recent updates and guidance, visit the University of Arizona coronavirus information webpage, a central location for information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
For teaching continuity, please visit our remote teaching resources for information and guidance.
Re-entry Plan For Fall
We have created the College of Education Re-entry Committee to explore recommendations about re-opening our buildings, including classrooms, after the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic has passed. The committee is led by Disability & Psychoeducational Studies Department Head Carl Liaupsin and includes members from across our communities, so all voices are included. As plans are developed, we will post them to this page.
Please see this research-specific coronavirus information.
Graduate Student Research Updates and Resources:
Graduate Student Research Guidance and Resources: Social Distancing and School Closures
Presentation: Graduate Research Resources, April 9, 2020
COVID-19 IRB Protocol Amendment FAQ