From improved ventilation, to fast and free testing, to ongoing vaccine clinics, Georgia Tech is continuing to take a multipronged approach to preventing and mitigating the risk of the coronavirus as more students, faculty, and staff return to campus this fall.
"What can I say, authentically, from where I stand, that meaningfully captures both the urgency and mundanity of work in academe in all its joys and pains?" Nassim Parvin, associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, writes about life in academia in Inside Higher Ed.
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Testing continues to be available during the summer. If you're on campus, keep testing weekly to help make campus as safe and healthy as possible.
Covid-19 vaccines are available to all Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff, as well as their family members ages 12 and older. Vaccines are being administered today at Stamps Health Services.