As of right now, Boehman has not heard anything about any changes being made in the near future to the coordinate college system, he said.
Stephanie Spera, professor of geography, and David Salisbury, chair of the geography department, are co-principal investigators for the project.
Full-time remote learning will work the same way it has throughout the fall semester, dean Mia Reinoso Genoni wrote.
University of Richmond faculty, staff and administration discussed the Recommended Freedom of Expression statement at 3 p.m. on Nov. 12.
Between Nov. 8 and Nov. 14, there were a total of 21 new cases at UR, compared with six new cases between Nov. 1 and Nov. 7.
“This is a living breathing document,” president Ronald Crutcher said. “It will be — it has to be updated and it’s not written in stone."
President Crutcher and the director of the Bipartisan Policy Center's Free Expression Project discussed UR's recommended statement Thursday.
“It’s very difficult to write someone up when you don’t know what the policy is or how it’s going to be enforced,” Walker said.
Election security has been a heavily discussed topic leading up to the presidential election, with more people voting by mail because of COVID-19.
The poll received 543 responses, a sample equal to about 20% of the undergraduate student population, based on the 2019-20 UR Factbook.
It is important to contextualize marketing initiatives within the reality of the racial demographics of UR, said senior Will Walker.
Tour guides are usually given updated statistics about many aspects of campus life around late October of each year, Gorman said.
The Senate confirmation process started on Oct. 12 to decide whether Barrett will become the next Supreme Court justice.
In the School of Arts and Sciences webinar series, “Responding to Two Pandemics,” guests discussed the future state of liberal arts education.