UC President Neville Pinto's statement on vaccination
“Given the FDA’s recent full approval of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people age 16 and older, many of you have asked if the University will now require mandatory COVID-19 vaccination. At this time, we are thoughtfully studying this issue and gathering input from our students, faculty and staff. Learning how other schools and states navigate this issue is helpful. In the end, though, we must make the decision that works best for our campus community. If you want to share your perspective on this issue, we recommend you coordinate your input via your respective governance group, including Faculty Senate, Staff Senate, Student Government and the Graduate Student Association.”
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UC communication professor receives distinguished scholarship...
October 15, 2021
A&S Professor of Communication, Ronald L. Jackson II, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Orlando L. Taylor Distinguished Scholarship Award in Africana Communication from the National Communication Association (NCA). This award, the only one in the entire field of communication designed to honor a scholar who has shown dedication and commitment in the field of African American and African Diaspora communication, is named for the first Black president of the NCA, Orlando L. Taylor. “Given that I have worked arduously to build a program of research over the last 26 years that has offered well-cited foundational texts for the study of African American communication, this is one of the most meaningful awards in my career,” Jackson said.