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Today, April 24, marks the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, a time when observant Muslims, as a tribute to their faith, refrain from eating, drinking or smoking during daylight hours.
Our teaching obligations remain driven by course learning objectives. While adjustments must be made to assignments and meeting schedules in light of our shift to alternative course delivery, our courses must continue through the regularly scheduled end of the term.
Provost Blackwell reinforces President Capilouto’s decision for the university to temporarily transition course delivery from face-to-face to online or other appropriate alternatives during the period of March 23 through April 3, with the goal of returning to normal delivery on April 6.
Communities need continued support, support that can be provided by our outstanding teachers and social workers who, despite the hardships that often come with such careers, repeatedly put the needs of others first.
Dr. Stephanie White’s experience in academic administrative leadership and executive training in diversity and inclusion have aptly prepared her to take on her new role at UK.