Webinar: Campus Infrastructure COVID-19 Mitigation Efforts
When we decided to begin this fall semester with a full return to campus, we knew that we would still be navigating the daily challenges of COVID-19. An important part of our mitigation efforts are the changes to the physical landscape of our campus. To respond to popular inquiries, we will be conducting a webinar that will highlight the infrastructure mitigation measures being taken in University buildings presently. While vaccination offers the greatest safeguard against transmission of COVID-19 in campus facilities, many mitigation measures have been employed in all our campus buildings for enhanced cleaning, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) to maximize airflow, filtration and outdoor air. Dr. Paloma Beamer will also provide information about the science and research behind ventilation and other occupational controls that we implement on campus.
Webinar: Campus Infrastructure Mitigation Efforts
Thursday, Oct. 28, from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
- Chris Kopach, Assistant Vice President, Facilities Management, and Incident Command System Commander
- Paloma Beamer, Ph.D., Professor, Public Health, and a member of Public Health Advisory Coronavirus Team (PHACT)
There will be a live Q&A session. Participants are encouraged to submit questions related to the topic in advance.
The meeting will be recorded. All recorded presentations and previous webinars are available online.