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Town Hall Recap and link to video


Dear Emory community,

Earlier today, we hosted a virtual town hall — an opportunity to address the many questions that you may have as we developed new ways to learn and work together during a global pandemic.

Our goal was to connect as a community and share information about Emory’s plan for the future, to shed light on our decision-making process and to hear your concerns. In order to give voice to as many individuals as possible and due to the large size of the webinar, questions were solicited in advance.

If you contributed questions, thank you. They helped guide an important conversation that touched upon how we are supporting students with financial constraints and housing needs, financial impacts to the university, and questions about reopening campus. 

To find answers to questions that may not have been touched upon during the webinar, we encourage you to visit Emory’s COVID-19 website; you’ll find many of those questions are addressed on our FAQ page, which is regularly updated as new information emerges.

If you were unable to attend the town hall, here is a link to the recording. If prompted, please enter your NetID and password.

As the fluidity of this situation continues to develop and additional decisions are made, communication will remain crucial to sustaining a strong Emory community. We will continue to bring you up-to-date information about new decisions and developments through Emory Together emails. We’ll also invite your participation in additional town hall meetings.

Thank you for being part of the conversation.


Sincerely,

Claire E. Sterk, President

Jan Love, Interim Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

Christopher L. Augostini, Executive Vice President for Business and Administration, Chief Financial Officer

Jonathan S. Lewin, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, Executive Director, Woodruff Health Sciences Center, President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board, Emory Healthcare

Enku Gelaye, Vice President and Dean of Campus Life