Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Inside Higher Ed, Higher Ed's Moment of Truth:
“It’s a shitshow in the making,” said A. David Paltiel, a professor of public health at Yale University.
Jeff Hirsch (North Carolina), A View From Chapel Hill:
Despite the law school being in good shape and the university allowing us to stay open, our Dean decided to go all remote yesterday. While I was personally bummed about this--I really liked being able to see my students in person--I think it was the right call.
- Bloomberg, UNC Students Saw Failure of Live Classes Before School Did
- Chronicle of Higher Education, UNC Pulls the Plug on In-Person Fall. Will Other Campuses Follow?
- Inside Higher Ed, Michigan State, Notre Dame Back Off From Fall Reopening Plans
- Inside Higher Ed, Pressure Mounts on In-Person Holdouts As Many Colleges Switch to Online
- Inside Higher Ed, UNC Chapel Hill Sends Students Home And Turns To Remote Instruction
- Mediaite, Notre Dame Joins North Carolina, More Than a Dozen Other Colleges in Canceling In-Person Classes After Covid Spike Hits Campus
- New York Times, Notre Dame Temporarily Shuts Campus Amid Outbreak
- New York Times, Outbreaks Drive U.N.C. Chapel Hill Online After a Week of Classes
- North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, UNC Law School Switches to All Remote Instruction
- Wall Street Journal, Notre Dame, Michigan State Act to Slow Coronavirus Spread
- Washington Post, University of Notre Dame Halts In-Person Teaching For Two Weeks as Virus Count Climbs
- Washington Post, Two More Universities Pull Back From In-Person Teaching