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The Roadrunner Safe Return Committee, comprised of members of the university-wide community, continues its work with planning for the full return to campus for fall 2021. The work of the committee is in support to the decision by President Davidson and MSU Denver to fully optimize our campus and classrooms, safely accommodating as many face-to-face classes as possible for the fall 2021 semester. That decision also includes greatly expanding and enhancing online offerings.
Initially formed in the spring of 2020 to address the shifting institutional needs, response and planning as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the committee facilitated the limited return to campus for fall 2020, spring and summer 2021.
On February 17, under the leadership of President Janine Davidson, Ph.D., MSU Denver decided to make every effort to optimize our campus and classrooms to safely accommodate as many face-to-face classes as possible for fall 2021 semester, while also greatly expanding and enhancing online offerings. That said, it is urgent that we move into the execution-planning phase.
The continued health and safety of our students, faculty and staff, maximizing our physical space on campus, and using a flexible, phased approach to return
Lead: Edward J. Brown Jr.
Co-Leads: Steve Monaco and Tim Carroll
Lead: Lindsey Coulter
Co-Lead: Sam Jay, Ph.D.
Co-Leads: Richard Miccio, Elizabeth Wellington and Bill Henry, Ph.D.
Lead: Leone Dick
Lead: Larry Sampler
Co-Lead: Alfred Tatum, Ph.D.