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Information about teaching in fall 2021

August 31, 2021

A Message from Dean Cooley

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In this message: Information about teaching in fall 2021

Dear graduate students,

As we begin the new semester, we know that those of you serving as teaching fellows may be wondering about contingencies that affect your teaching responsibilities. While all teaching, whether by faculty members or teaching fellows, is expected to be in person, you may nonetheless have questions regarding office hours, classroom capacity and how to provide instruction for students in quarantine or isolation. The message here was sent to faculty yesterday and should answer many of your questions. The FAQs referenced in the message will be updated regularly with new information.

In the meanwhile, I wish all of you a healthy and happy start to the new term. I am delighted to have you back on campus.

Lynn Cooley

Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Vice Provost for Postdoctoral Affairs
C.N.H. Long Professor of Genetics
Professor of Cell Biology and of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology