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Giving The New Normal The Old College Try

University of Connecticut School of Law

When we talk about going back to school, we usually focus on what will happen when K-12 students return to the classroom. But what about the students coming from across the nation to return to campus? 

This hour, Carl W. Lejuez, the University of Connecticut Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs will join us to answer our questions and yours about what university life will look like this Fall. 

What does social distancing look like in a residence hall or in a cafeteria? What happens if there is a coronavirus outbreak on campus? And what activities just can’t take place this year? It’s hard to imagine hosting a homecoming rally or even sitting in a lecture hall, in the middle of the pandemic.

Are you a student or a faculty member? What questions do you have for the University of Connecticut Provost?


  • Carl W. Lejuez, the University of Connecticut Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs (@UConnProvostCL)

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