David Cordle, Provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, talks with Bulletin writer Lucas Lord about upcoming changes to Emporia State amid the coronavirus pandemic in a Zoom meeting July 16.
1:15 Are the currently rising cases in Kansas a source of concern?
2:25 Governors K-12 plan and ESU's planned reopening date
3:42 Has the college received much guidance from the Board of Regents?
5:12 With Lyon county taking a "mask optional" approach, will teachers be able to enforce masks in the classroom?
6:40 Are there any plans for testing students for Covid-19 when they return in August?
8:10 Are there any plans to test student athletes coming in for Fall sports?
8:50 How does international student enrollment look like given the federal governments recent stance on barring them from the country.
11:15 How are general enrollment numbers?
13:00 With the college facing budget cuts, what graduate positions have been cut?
14:30 Are any academic or research programs going to be eliminated?
15:40 What are you hoping the university does and what do you want to see happen?
16:45 ESU masks for staff
For more information about the campus return policy visit www.emporia.edu/covid-19-information/esu-fall-2020-return-campus/facemask-policy/.
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