Yale leaders talk about COVID-19

YaleNews has been publishing a running series of interviews with Yale leaders about the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They are collected here.

YaleNews has been publishing a running series of interviews with Yale leaders about the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They are collected here. This page is updated regularly.

President Peter Salovey

Salovey discusses public health, safety, and what this means for the Yale community in the long term.

Provost Scott Strobel

Strobel discusses online teaching, research, and working at Yale in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

Scott Strobel

Yale College Dean Marvin Chun

Chun discusses how Yale College students, staff, and alumni have adapted and responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Marvin Chun

Graduate School Dean Lynn Cooley

Cooley discusses challenges and opportunities in the university’s response to coronavirus.

Lynn Cooley

Yale Health Director Dr. Paul Genecin

Genecin discusses the steps Yale Health has taken to serve the community during this unprecedented time, and what to do if you think you have COVID-19 symptoms.

Dr. Paul Genecin

FAS Dean Tamar Szabó Gendler

Dean Gendler discusses how the Faculty of Arts and Sciences are addressing the COVID-19 crisis and have been preparing for online teaching.

Tamar Gendler

School of Medicine Dean Nancy J. Brown, M.D.

Dean Brown discusses how Yale School of Medicine doctors are gearing up for the expected influx of COVID-19 cases, new research, and the effects on medical students.

Nancy Brown

School of Public Health Dean Sten Vermund

Dean Vermund discusses how the School of Public Health is responding to this crisis, and what — in his view as an epidemiologist — we might expect in the days ahead.

Sten Vermund

FAS Dean of the Humanities Kathryn Lofton

Lofton talks about how remote learning is affecting humanities classrooms, how faculty research continues, and the role of the humanities in turbulent times.

Kathryn Lofton

School of Nursing Dean Ann Kurth

Kurth discusses how online education is affecting Yale nursing students, and how nurses are uniquely positioned to provide care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ann Kurth

Engineering Dean Jeffrey Brock

Brock, dean of the School of Engineering & Applied Science, discusses how Yale engineers and makers are supporting the fight against COVID-19.

Jeffrey Brock

Divinity School Dean Gregory E. Sterling

Sterling discusses the what the Divinity School is doing for the New Haven community and the role of the faith community during the coronavirus pandemic.

Jeffrey Brock

Vice Provost Pericles Lewis

Lewis, who is also vice president for global strategy, discusses the pandemic’s impact on instruction, admissions, and broader educational policies at Yale.

Pericles Lewis

Secretary and VP for University Life Kimberly Goff-Crews

Goff-Crews discusses how Yale is maintaining a sense of community and belonging for all its members during this crisis.

Kimberly Goff-Crews

FAS Dean of Social Science Alan Gerber

Gerber discusses how the social sciences are responding to the COVID-19 crisis and how it might influence the way faculty go about their research in the future.

Alan Gerber
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