From 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. EDT on Friday, June 5, the university will hold the fourth in a series of virtual town hall events to engage the JHU community in the planning process for the remainder of 2020.
This session will focus on a number of general issues related to instruction under consideration by university workgroups, including planning for instruction in different phases, instructor and student accommodations and adjustments, health and safety in the learning environment, and preparation for instruction with mixed and remote/online modality. Stephen Gange, professor and executive vice provost for academic affairs; Jon Links, professor, vice provost, and chief risk and compliance officer; Nancy Kass, professor and vice provost for graduate and professional education; and Andrew Douglas, professor and vice provost for faculty affairs, will lead the discussion; they will also answer questions submitted by participants and moderated by Janet Schreck, associate vice provost for education.
Information about the planning process, including several guidance documents that are open for feedback, can be found in the Hub's 2020 Planning section. Questions may be submitted in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.