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Faculty Conference Presentation - Shared screen with speaker view
Carrie Anne Platt
32:32
Is NDSU planning to do a similar survey of faculty/staff/students?
Carrie Anne Platt
32:55
Re: Vaccination rates
Matthew Warner
40:24
What has been reported about J&J?
Carrie Anne Platt
50:30
Are children under 12 also very likely to be infected in the next 3-6 months? Sounds like the vaccine is still at least three months out for that group.
Ross F Collins
01:01:35
If no serious side effects EVER found, why are we waiting for approval for the kids? We need that approval NOW!
Laura Aldrich-Wolfe
01:05:18
What should we be doing for our faculty and staff who had planned to be in-person this fall but are immunosuppressed or have family that are unvaccinated or immunosuppressed.
G Stickney
01:05:24
How does the Delta variant affect social distancing recommendations? Have the recommendations been updated?
Lisa Richter
01:05:26
Thanks for the presentation Dr. Carson, How concerned about long term COVID side effects should we be for healthy children < 12 yo as they return to school?
Emily Vieweg (she/her/hers)
01:10:41
Does it look like the Delta variant is able to be carried by a vaccinated person and transmitted to others without knowledge? (I arrived late, if you already addressed this)
Birgit Pruess
01:13:03
are 6 foot still sufficient for social distancing. I would think that increasing the distance might be beneficial
Kelly Sassi
01:16:36
Current CDC recommendation: Stay 6 feet away from othersInside your home: Avoid close contact with people who are sick.If possible, maintain 6 feet between the person who is sick and other household members.Outside your home: Put 6 feet of distance between yourself and people who don’t live in your household.Remember that some people without symptoms may be able to spread virus.Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) from other people.Keeping distance from others is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.
Kelly Sassi
01:16:51
Link: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html
Laura Aldrich-Wolfe
01:16:52
If someone in our classroom has COVID-19, how will we know?
Kelly Sassi
01:17:44
Will NDSU be doing testing this year?
Canan Bilen-Green (she, her)| NDSU
01:18:15
Reminder that the conference will continue in person starting with a refreshment break in MU, followed by concurrent sessions. The luncheon session will feature a presentation by Dr. Jill Nelson on Navigating Difficult Times with Self-Compassion.
Laura Aldrich-Wolfe
01:18:16
Last year a professor infected multiple students by coming to class with COVID-19. Students had masks, not professor.
Canan Bilen-Green (she, her)| NDSU
01:18:29
Conference program: https://www.ndsu.edu/fileadmin/facultyaffairs/Professional_Development/Annual_Faculty_Conference/ProfessionalDevelopmentConferenceAgenda_2021.pdf
Polly Olson
01:18:35
will we need to do seating charts for in person classes like last year for the purpose of contact tracing?
Laura Aldrich-Wolfe
01:19:50
Thanks Paul. Very helpful.
Danielle Condry
01:19:54
Thank you Paul!