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Post-COVID Healing for the Long Haul Professor Mary Kennedy is leading speech therapists’ efforts to help people suffering long-term effects of COVID-19.
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“CU Safely Back” Plan Will Guide University’s Return to Campus This Fall An overview released by the administration outlines the mitigation strategies in development to keep students, faculty and staff safe and healthy.
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“Culture of Caring” Fundamental to Chapman’s Return to Campus President Struppa sends a reminder that everyone must work together as task forces plan for return to on-campus work and classes.
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A Virtual Toast for the Graduates of 2020 Though physical distancing is still the rule, graduating students are invited to come together virtually to celebrate their accomplishments.
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César Chávez and the Work of the Non-Essential Among Us Musings from the Dean of the Chapel, Gail Stearns
A satellite image interpreted by a Chapman earth systems lab shows a steep drop in nitrogen oxide emissions in and around Los Angees, indicating that residents are observing stay-at-home orders.
CU Lab Gives a View of COVID-19 Compliance in Regions With Stay-at-Home Orders Where nitrogen oxide emissions are down, restrictions have a chance to slow spread of coronavirus.
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President Struppa Shares Updated Campus Strategies in Chapman Town Hall Commencement planning, remote work practices and cyber security were among the topics.
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Chapman’s Interfaith Center Offers Guidance in Calmness and Compassion in Times of Crisis Online resources are available.
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Beware of Phishing Attacks During Coronavirus Outbreak IS&T offers advice for handling emails and attachments that may pose malware risk.