Reminder: CannonDesign Virtual Town Hall Meeting
CannonDesign will present in a live webinar format at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 31, with an opportunity for Q&A. Those who participate in real time can ask questions through the chat. Cannon will also record the session and we will provide it through D-TRAK for anyone who is unable to attend at that time or encounters difficulty with streaming. You will then be able to send comments via email. You can access the webinar via this GoToMeeting link: https://www.gotomeet.me/dpoon_cd or call (571) 317-3116, access code 186-741-373.
Social Distancing Campaign
Student Health and Wellness is rolling out a social distancing campaign to campus. This is not only targeted to students; it is critical that all of us emphasize and observe social distancing to help stem the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the burden on our healthcare system. Please watch for the posts on College of Design and university social media and consider sharing them, and remind students of the importance of staying home for everyone's health and well-being.
P&S Council Nominations
College of Design staff are reminded to submit nominations (including self-nominations) for the two open positions on the college's P&S Council. These are for three-year terms, which will begin in June. Email nominations to Heather Sauer, P&S Council chair, by 5 p.m. Thursday, April 2.
Reminder: Lectures & Exhibitions Nomination Deadline
For the 2020-21 academic year, the Lectures and Exhibitions Committee will internally vet, rank and propose one or two speakers to expend the allocated budget (still to be determined with the Dean’s Office). Anyone in the college may nominate a visitor to present a guest lecture, workshop or other activity for fall 2020 or spring 2021. The only information required for a nomination is the proposed presenter’s name and website or CV. Additional instructions are provided in the online nomination form. You may nominate multiple people; fill out the form for each person you wish to nominate.by 5 p.m. Monday, April 6.
Seeking Good News
If you have "good news" stories of faculty, staff and/or students doing an amazing job of adapting to the new circumstances, going above and beyond to serve and support students or colleagues, taking innovative approaches to online learning, etc., please email them to communications director Heather Sauer. The college and university want to share these to help celebrate the extraordinary efforts being made to fulfill our mission and continue our work in difficult circumstances.
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