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To Your Health! Covid-19 and Government Information

Various U.S. government and international/foreign government agencies are producing information sources that can be used to answer questions you might have about Covid-19 and supplement various…

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To Your Health! Animal Outbreak: What we now know about animals and Covid-19

This To Your Health! Lecture is by Erin Kerby, Vet Med Librarian. She will be discussing: Coronaviruses have been present and active in animals for a long time, but what do we know about animals and…

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CGS-Global Museum Museum Work in Light of the Pandemic and the Protest

On October 20 at 12pm, Dr. Thea Quiray Tagle (University of Massachusetts Boston), Dr. Anita Haldemann (Kunstmuseum Basel), Dr. Sooa Im McCormick (Cleveland Museum of Art), and Dr. Maureen Warren…

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The Time is Now at Carle Illinois College of Medicine (subtitles)

This year reminded all of us just how quickly a world can change. We learned that it’s time to be impatient when it comes to the health of those who matter most. It’s time for new…

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The Time is Now at Carle Illinois College of Medicine

This year reminded all of us just how quickly a world can change.We learned that it’s time to be impatient when it comes to the health of those who matter most. It’s time for new…

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Allison Witt, "Global Education for a Post-Pandemic World"

Rather than returning to pre-pandemic normal, Higher Education must reexamine strategies for internationalization. This discussion examines previous models of internationalization to consider how…

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MCB Alumni Connections Panel - Confronting the COVID-19 Pandemic

Hear from MCB Alums who have been working on the front lines during the pandemic. Each will share their experiences during this time and discuss how their jobs have changed since the start of the…

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Part 8: Looking Ahead _ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

The SHIELD team is now preparing for the future of the pandemic and advocating for an increased focus on safe socialization. The team explains restrictions to remain safe and vigilant are expected to…

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Part 7: SHIELD _ A Look Back on the Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

SHIELD is now expanding across the state, country, with the potential and interest to expand around the world. The breakthroughs discovered at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign became a…

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Part 6: A Powerful Combination of Healthcare, Engineering, and Data Science _ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

The success of the SHEILD team was derived from the University of Illinois’ historic strengths in data science and engineering- combined with an absolute frontier catalyst for healthcare…

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Part 5: Achievements_ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

The SHIELD team’s metrics for success were simple: avoid hospitalizations and deaths. It accomplished that goal. The fast, frequent testing, data modeling, communications, and science the…

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Part 4: Structures Critical to Success_ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

Partnerships across Champaign-Urbana were critical to the SHIELD team’s success. The team partnered with Champaign-Urbana Public Health District, the mayors of Champaign and Urbana, local…

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Part 3: Roadblocks_ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign experts knew the students returning from around the country, and the world would bring COVID-19 into the community. “We ran the numbers and saw many of…

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Part 2: Challenges_ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

By April 2020, experts at UIUC quickly realized they did not have the tools, methods, and technologies that would be required to solve the problems before them. However, Carle Illinois and experts…

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Part 1: The Early Days_ A Look Back on Carle Illinois' Response to COVID-19

As the pandemic was bearing down on the world, experts at the University of Illinois realized combatting it was going to be a very big challenge. Leadership at UIUC and Carle Illinois College of…

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CGS-Impact of COVID-19 on Travel and Study Abroad in West Africa

The world is experiencing new COVID-19 waves and lockdowns. West Africa, however, is open to most travelers and remains a world leader in fighting the spread of the coronavirus. Join us for a…

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CGS - Dr. Saskia Sassen "When Corona Virus Meets the City"

Climate migrations are often characterized as moving people from low to higher income countries, or from rural to urban areas (particularly into slums or low-income neighborhoods). However, climate…

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Remote Teaching in Times of COVID-19

COVID-19 presented the university educators with a unique set of academic challenges. Please join the CGS-funded faculty and instructors for a discussion of the issues they faced and the insights…

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Poster: COVID case study - inpatient rehab

COVID-19 has created a nationwide healthcare crisis in all aspects of care. Public health organizations such as the CDC and healthcare professional organizations have recommendations,…

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Poster: The COVID19 & Climate Change Syndemic: Recognizing Global Threats and Opportunities

Dr. Holly A. Rosencranz, Dr. Japhia Ramkuma, and Dr. Leslie Herzog present their posted.

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14. The Future with COVID-19, COV-Course: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Pandemic

Introduction: Rachel Switzky (Director, Siebel Center for Design) Speakers: Eliza Forsythe (Labor & Employment Relations and Economics), Derek Long (Media & Cinema Studies), Benjamin Bross…

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13. Social Life: COVID-19 and the CU Community, COV-Course: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Pandemic

Introduction: Antoinette Burton (Professor of History and Director, Humanities Research Institute) Speakers:Julie Pryde (Public Health Administrator, Champaign-Urbana Public Health), Tracy Dace…

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Emma Robbins, "Water Scarcity & COVID-19 at the Navajo Nation"

Clean running water on the Navajo Nation has been an ongoing challenge for decades, and even today one in three families still do not have a sink and a toilet. The Navajo Water Project was started in…

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12. Financial Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic, COV-Course: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding the Pandemic

Introduction: Gene Robinson (Director of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology; Interim Dean for the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences) Speakers: Heitor Almeida (Stanley C. & Joan…

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