In this issue we share accomplishments from faculty/staff in admissions and music, as well as news briefs about a new Virtual Help Desk from Technology Services and a student project in Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Director of Admission Shery Boyes was interviewed for an ABC-11 story about how the pandemic has affected the college search for current high school seniors. The story ran on November 10.
Director of Instrumental Activities Jim Waddelow gave a co-presentation with Chelsea Waddelow, Adjunct Professor of Music, at the 2020 North Carolina Music Educator Association Convention in Winston Salem on November 8, 2020. The session was titled “You Don’t Have to Give Until it Hurts: Recognizing, Recovering from, and Preventing Burnout in Music Teachers.”
Technology Services Offers New Virtual Help Desk
Through a new Virtual Help Desk,Meredith faculty, staff, and students are able to speak with a Technology Services team member via Zoom.
Join using their Zoom Meeting link from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
You can also find the Zoom Meeting link on MyMeredith on the Technology Services campus site. Or ask for assistance by calling into the Zoom Meeting at (646) 876-9923. Technology Services suggests using your mobile number to dial in.
Help with Student Survey on COVID & Live Events
Meredith’s Hospitality and Tourism students are studying the impact of Covid-19 on the special events industry and has designed a short “Returning to Live Events” survey that will help them better understand attendee’s concerns around COVID-19 and how the hospitality and tourism industry can raise their willingness to attend live events by engaging in certain mitigation/ safety precautions.
We would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete this survey and help to augment our understanding in this area. All responses are anonymous and will not be attributed to you directly but only as part of the consolidated findings related to the larger group of respondents. Thank you in advance for supporting our students and their learning.