As was announced in yesterday’s Faculty Meeting, Provost and Dean of the Faculty Tracey Hucks will be taking a sabbatical during the 2021–22 academic year to complete several significant research projects in Africana Studies, Religious Studies, Caribbean Studies, diaspora theory, and transatlantic and transnational studies.
This afternoon, Colgate moved to Gate 4, based on recommendations from the Health Analytics team, following a careful review of available data. I want to take this opportunity to update you on the details of our new Gate status and other information from campus.
As of today, Colgate’s Health Analytics Team Dashboard shows no active cases of COVID-19 among the student body and one active employee case. Tests conducted last week of 50% of the on-campus population show no new infections. This is great news.
Multiple reports of large gatherings over the past few days are cause for concern, as unsanctioned gatherings and lax adherence to guidelines regarding face coverings and physical distancing can lead to serious public-health consequences for our community.