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COVID-19 Information for the WSE Community

COVID-19

Officials and experts at Johns Hopkins are monitoring the outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). On this page you will find important information for the WSE community about prevention and preparedness efforts at Johns Hopkins.

Johns Hopkins-Wide Resources

JHU Coronavirus Response Information: Resources and communications for the JHU community about prevention, health and safety, resumption of on-campus activities, FAQs, and more.

Advancing Understanding of the Novel Coronavirus: The Coronavirus Resource Center provides the JHU community and the public with information about the spread of COVID-19, including interactive maps, expert insights, current JHU research, and more.

Immigration-related FAQs for Students, Postdocs, and Faculty: Office of International Services immigration and visa information.

 

WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE SICK

  • For JHU Students: Resources from Student Health and Well-Being, including public health guidance, mental health resources, and information on insurance access.
  • For JHU Employees: Resources for faculty and staff who are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19, as well as general public health guidance on staying healthy and preventing the spread of illness.

 

Information for Students and Postdoctoral Fellows

FOR CURRENT UNDERGRADUATES


FOR CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS AND/OR POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

  • Student Services (Graduate)
    • Graduate Student Services Updates: Overview of student services, including IT, Career and Life Design, libraries, recreation and fitness, transportation, and more. (last updated 6/18/20)
  • General Information (Graduate and Postdocs)
  • Travel/Immigration Issues (Graduate and Postdocs)
    If you have been affected by COVID-19 travel and/or immigration restrictions, email:
    1. Your adviser/academic program point person,
    2. Christine Kavanagh, assistant dean for graduate and postdoctoral academic affairs for the Whiting School of Engineering, and
    3. Dacia Gauer from OIS. Individual situations are being addressed on a case by case basis and we will do our best to support you.

 

FOR PROSPECTIVE/NEWLY ADMITTED WSE GRADUATE STUDENTS/POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

  • Travel/Immigration Issues:
    If you are concerned about delays by COVID-19 travel and/or immigration restrictions, send an email to WSEGrad-Admissions@jhu.edu for more information on flexible options for enrollment for the Fall 2020 semester.
  • Travel/Immigration Issues (Prospective/newly admitted postdoctoral fellows): If you are concerned about delays by COVID-19 travel and/or immigration restrictions, email:
    1. Your program contact
    2. Christine Kavanagh, assistant dean for graduate and postdoctoral academic affairs for the Whiting School of Engineering, and
    3. Dacia Gauer from OIS for guidance.

 

Information for Faculty and/or Staff

  • Teaching Resources and Policies

WSE Remote Teaching FAQS for Faculty: Guidance on all aspects of teaching

Undergraduate Grading FAQs for Homewood Instructors

Keep Teaching @ JHU: Information to help prepare all course instructors for remote teaching.

Teaching Remotely: Resources to support instructors in teaching their courses online.

 

  • Working Remotely

WSE Remote Work Resource Guide for Faculty and Staff

JHU HR Information Related to COVID-19: HR policies and procedures

 

FAQs

 

Archive of All WSE Communications Related to COVID-19

 

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