The importance of opening college campuses is not in dispute, says UVM President Suresh Garimella in a recent Inside Higher Ed editorial. The question is: Can we do it safely? Comprehensive testing may appear too logistically challenging and financially infeasible for many institutions. But some, including Colby College, Columbia, Yale and UVM, have overcome these barriers.

“Testing at our university will be frequent and free for users . . . we will test all 12,000 students when they arrive on campus and once a week thereafter—a rate recommended by our medical school faculty—for five weeks, and then at a frequency dictated by the data generated by earlier tests.”  Read the full article in Insider Higher Ed >>


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