Thanks for all of your comments and questions!
We’re getting a lot of thoughtful comments and questions. Several people are expressing how much they want to help Georgetown get through these challenging times. Others are asking some great questions. We will be addressing all of your questions and comments at our next Council meeting on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. Watch your email for details.
Share your COVID-19 Related Thoughts
Share your thoughts and concerns, humorous anecdotes, touching stories, recommendations for passing the time, or what you are up to if working on campus. You may provide information anonymously on this form.
Shout out to all the dedicated workers in Leo’s, keeping students and essential employees fed, doing an amazing job under difficult circumstances.
Amidst the chaos of the phased residential student move-out last month (exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic), Katie Heather (she, her, hers), Associate Director of Residential Education launched a 30-Day Song Challenge for our office that culminated in an “Epic Spotify Playlist.” Everyday, for 30 days, she would send out a song prompt (e.g. A song that reminds you of summertime) and colleagues would be asked to respond by entering a song title into a shared Google Sheet that Katie created. This playlist is truly EPIC! This story fits several category options above and while it’s obviously a huge shout-out to Katie and I would certainly recommend the song challenge as a way to pass the time, I labeled it a “Touching Story.” As a new employee, having just started in mid-February, it was and remains important to me to build community with and among my team. This was an incredible way for me to get to know my staff (and for them to get to know me), to foster connection across a large office, and even to have a good laugh.
Staff/AAP Advisory Council Election
In light of the significant changes to our daily lives and our attention being focused elsewhere, we are postponing the 2020-2021 Staff/AAP Advisory Council election, usually held in May, to September.