Latest from the AAUP at TCU
Fall classes at TCU began 10 days ago. TCU leaders have as yet declined to require vaccines, to require registration of whether one is vaccinated, to set up a system for entry testing or regular testing of unvaccinated or vaccinated students, or to follow CDC guidelines on distancing in classrooms. Further, the burden for enforcingContinue reading “AAUP-TCU Update on Campus COVID Safety”
The AAUP chapter at TCU welcomes our students, faculty, and staff back to campus for the fall semester. While we know things are not starting exactly as we had all hoped earlier this year, we are excited with the promise of a new academic year. Faculty at TCU, through AAUP and on their own, haveContinue reading “AAUP Welcomes Return to Campus, Again Urges TCU Leaders to follow CDC Guidelines”
We the members of the TCU chapter of the AAUP represent a growing contingent of faculty who are deeply concerned with the administration’s inaction in protecting students, staff, faculty, and the broader Fort Worth community from the new Delta variant of COVID-19. At present, the current Connected Campus policy for the Fall 2021 return toContinue reading “Call for COVID-19 safety in Fall 2021”
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