Cornell experts view coronavirus via multidisciplinary lenses

To help the public make sense of the coronavirus outbreak, Cornell experts have weighed in on a wide range of issues.

Cornell prepares for shift to virtual instruction

Cornell is embarking on an unprecedented effort to shift to online instruction for the rest of the semester following spring break – employing innovative measures to maximize learning and research while limiting the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease.

President outlines rationale of switch to virtual education

In a message to the community, Cornell President Martha E. Pollack responded to questions students had raised following the decision to switch to virtual instruction.

Classes move online for semester to combat coronavirus

President Martha E. Pollack announced that the university is moving to virtual instruction, and students are being asked to stay at their homes after spring break. In addition, new restrictions on travel, events and visitors have been implemented.

Coronavirus update: Enhanced policies for international travel, campus events

Cornell announced enhanced international travel and event policies, approved by President Martha E. Pollack, including guidance for the upcoming spring break.

Cornell expands travel protocols due to coronavirus

Cornell announced an update March 2 of university travel guidelines with relation to the coronavirus that are consistent with direction from the New York State Department of Health.

Kotlikoff, Wolford give update on coronavirus guidelines

Provost Michael Kotlikoff and Vice Provost for International Affairs Wendy Wolford updated the Cornell community Feb. 27 on the university’s travel guidelines with regards to coronavirus.

Panel discusses global uncertainties surrounding coronavirus

The event, “Roundtable on Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV): Public Health, Politics and Global Perspective,” was held Feb. 11 on Cornell’s Ithaca campus. 

Cornell announces travel guidelines in response to coronavirus

With the coronavirus spreading in other parts of the world, Cornell has been working with campus partners, as well as local and state resources, to protect the health and well-being of the Cornell community.