Covid-19

Resources for Remote Learning and Research

For Autumn Quarter 2020, The Department of Mathematics will join the rest of the University of Chicago in offering a combination of in-person and remote instruction. Our foremost goal is to protect the health, safety, and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff, while maintaining a distinctive environment for education, research, and impact. Below is a list of resources for remote teaching, learning, and research, as well as campus-level updates and FAQs.

General Information

University of Chicago Campus Wide Coronavirus Update: This website provides the latest COVID-19 health information and related campus announcements. 

UChicago ForwardDetailed information on the the resumption of programs and operations on campus.

Guide to Resuming In-Person Activities: Detailed information regarding the resumption of in-person activities.

UChicago Health Pact: The University expects all members of the University community to adopt new precautions, developed in conjunction with UChicago Medicine, as a minimum requirement for returning to and engaging on campus. This site contains the training and protocols that all UChicago community members must complete and review before coming back to campus.

Planning for Teaching Remotely: To support remote instruction, the Academic Technology Solutions team created new resources on leveraging technology for remote teaching and learning. Visit the Teaching Remotely website for guides and training videos on leading online courses with Canvas and Zoom.

Planning for Research Continuity: The University has provided a set of guidelines and suggestions on continuing research activities during this challenging time period. 

Travel Guidelines:  The University has provided a set of guidelines and FAQs on travel and meeting. A July 3rd message updated these policies in accordance with the emergency travel order issued by the Chicago Department of Public Health, requiring quarantine after visiting states experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases.