Hard Decisions About an Uncertain Fall

From Princeton Alumni Weekly: In his piece for the September 2020 Issue, President Eisgruber writes, “The COVID-19 pandemic confronts educators with an unrelenting stream of painful and unsatisfactory choices. On the one hand, personal engagement is important to teaching and learning. On the other hand, personal proximity enables the transmission of the COVID infection. That dilemma permeates nearly every imaginable aspect of college life, from classrooms, dining halls, and dormitories to gyms, theaters, and laboratories.”https://paw.princeton.edu/article/hard-decisions-about-uncertain-fall