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Reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic

4/3/2020

  • Opinion Piece by Carney in the Star

Assistant Professor Megan Carney contributed an opinion piece titled “Vital Lessons from Italy’s battle with COVID-19” to the April 2 issue of the Arizona Daily Star. Dr. Carney draws on information relayed by her friends and colleauges in Italy, where she has conducted research for nearly twenty years. Read it now.

  • Plemons Integrates COVID-19 into Online Classes

Associate Professor Eric Plemons is one of several University of Arizona faculty members highlighted by UANews in “Bringing Pandemic Lessons to the (Virtual) Classroom.” 

  • Archaeology Activities for Isolation from Alum Borck

Lewis Borck (University of Missouri; Ph.D. UArizona 2016) has organized a crowdsourced spreadsheet of archaeology/history-oriented educational and public online content as a resource for teachers and students looking for activities/readings/videos they can do at home during social isolation and quarantine. The document, which currently has over 200 global resources, contains everything from VR tours of sites to comic books to craft activities. The document is editable if you want to add anything. Everything is welcome, but Dr. Borck is particularly interested in histories/archaeologies often missed by K–12 education. He asks that you please add to it and/or share it through social media to raise awareness of the resource. Go to https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1aGq85WU70SVjx22OJXqwA2mwzq2fMS5sVghlzvTlb5I/edit?usp=sharing.

  • Update to Nichter Overview of COVID-19

Please note that this week’s update of Regents’ Professor Emeritus Mark Nichter’s COVID-19 Powerpoint presentation and the PDF version includes the latest information on wearing masks! Find the links on our COVID-19 page.