All students in the sorority and fraternity community at IU were invited to join Aaron Carroll, M.D., M.S., Professor of Pediatrics, and one of the leaders of IU’s COVID-19 response, for an informal Q&A session about the return to campus and how to help keep it open.
We encourage everyone to visit fall2020.iu.edu for the most up to date information on IU’s preparations for the semester ahead. Answers to many of the questions about testing, housing, dining, and many other topics can be found in the FAQs and may not be covered during the Q&A session.
Dr. Carroll focused on sorority and fraternity life and what everyone can do to help keep IU campuses open. The discussion covered how everyone can safely connect with one another to promote a healthier campus community. Most importantly, Dr. Carroll shared what you can do to help keep yourself healthy.
Visit fall2020.iu.edu for the latest updates on Keeping IU Healthy.
Aaron Carroll, M.D., M.S., Professor of Pediatrics, IU School of Medicine
Director of Surveillance and Mitigation for the COVID pandemic
Dr. Kathy Adams Riester, Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Executive Associate Dean of Students, IU Bloomington
Leslie Fasone, PhD, Assistant Dean for Sorority and Fraternity Life
Penny Caudill, Health Administrator
Monroe County Health Department
Moderated by Chuck Carney, IU's Director of Media Relations, Indiana University
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