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A few quick questions

A few quick questions

Dear Students,

If there's one thing we learned last year, it's that students and faculty alike want to get back to in-person classes and other activities. This fall is certainly better than last fall in this regard. Our faculty and students are back on campus, and in-person activities are happening. Although some of our CNS courses have moved online temporarily, my hope is that each of you has some in-person course activities, too.

​As we look forward to a resumption of more normal in-person campus activities later this month, I'd like to take this opportunity to ask how ask how this semester is going for you, what you'd like to see change, and what you'd like to stay the same. I've spoken to many students over the last few weeks. Some have expressed a desire to have more in-person classes. Others wanted to continue having remote course options. Please answer a few quick questions and let me know what you think.

I hope you had a fun and restorative 3-day weekend, and I look forward to seeing you on campus soon.

Dr. Drew

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Tuesday, 07 February 2023

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