Divest from CMPD + Disarm Campus Police In Reserve
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Some ideas for thought! In Reserve
I am sure that you are aware of these items but I wanted to pass along some of the things that Duke University is doing that I think we should consider. See the attached image for some of their plans to keep the community safe when returning back to campus. (Testing, an app to submit daily health checks, students... more »
There are numerous areas on campus that students can find support, ranging from Academic support, health, and well-being. Likewise, students often find support from their peers in the form of affinity groups, halls, and study groups.
In a typical year students might come across these support centers serendipitously and student groups might form naturally in a residential setting. However, the potential isolation... more »
1. How do you ensure students do not engage in mass gatherings, particularly in off-campus locations? It is inherent that students are going to look for ways to party and gather in numbers irresponsible for the current situation we now face. What happens when an eating house, fraternity, student group, or group of students in general, decides to throw an off-campus party... more »
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Problem: Asymptomatic transmission of coronavirus means it's hard to know when it's spreading until it's too late to control the spread.
Idea: Test a randomly-selected member of each residence hall once a week (or every two weeks?). If the "sentinel" is positive, test the rest of the hall, and commence contact tracing for anyone who tests positive.
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Idea: Make currently existing resources (both human and technological)... more »
Idea: By using various synchronous and semi-synchronous virtual platforms, we can offer working remedies to this issue. Below are two possible events/event series that could utilize such... more »