Faculty teaching in the spring invited to participate in “A Conversation with Mike Lauzardo”
As reported in The Campus Brief last Friday, UF Health plans to test all undergraduate students who are taking in-person classes by January 10, the day before classes begin. Students in sororities and fraternities, residence halls and in-person classes will continue to be tested every two weeks in order to be “cleared” for campus. As is the case now, faculty, staff and other students will be encouraged to participate in a weekly symptom screening and may be tested through UF Health Screen, Test & Protect every two weeks if they so choose.
Faculty who will be teaching during spring semester are invited to participate in one of several “Conversations with Mike Lauzardo” that will be offered over the next two weeks. These sessions are designed to provide a smaller forum in which faculty can receive guidance as they prepare to return to the classroom next semester and ask questions directly of UF Health Screen, Test & Protect Director Michael Lauzardo, MD, MSc.