UC recognizes COVID-19 work with video

College of Engineering and Applied Science features participants across U.S. and in 11 languages

The College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati came together virtually, creating a video to thank healthcare workers and recognize its students for their strength, resilience and adaptability during the COVID-19 crisis.

Included in the video are the college’s dean, assistant deans, vice president, department heads, faculty, staff, alumni and students. Videos were submitted from across the United States – from South Carolina to Washington, and included 11 different languages.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, faculty and staff transferred all course content online for the remainder of the spring semester, researchers have continued work on solving challenges of testing for the virus, advisors and enrollment staff ramped up their communication with future and current students amid a changing landscape, and students have adapted with resiliency to changing conditions.

The video by the College of Engineering and Applied Science pays tribute to UC's resiliency during the crisis.

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