Taking stock of what worked and what didn’t when reopening Northeastern during COVID-19
Boston Globe - 01/28/2021
The colleges and universities that reopened in the fall — for the most part, with success — got an evolving lesson in how to keep students and faculty safe in the midst of a global pandemic. Now, as a new semester begins, many more colleges are bringing students back to campus while facing a new set of health and safety challenges, including the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Joseph E. Aoun is president of Northeastern University.