During this time, so many adjustments are being made in our home, work and school lives. However, LSU professors have made the adjustment to online classes much easier through constant contact with their students.
As Jenny Davidson tracked the news early last month about the coronavirus, it began to seem inevitable: Her university would move instruction online for the rest of the semester.
The shift to emergency online teaching that has consumed so many professors this semester wasn’t an issue for Melissa A. Wong: She was already teaching online. But she faced a direct effect of the pandemic — one that growing numbers of professors will surely also confront — when a student wrote to say that she was experiencing Covid-19 symptoms and apologized for handing in work late.
Line by line and curve by curve, Michael McGreal recently transformed a block of ice in his backyard into a swordfish.
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