Social Work classrooms, spaces getting prepped for on-campus return

Tulane University has laid out an extensive roadmap of plans for returning to on-campus learning and operations later this month. Faculty and staff across the university's various departments and schools are preparing for students’ on-campus return using this roadmap, in addition to a multitude of measures that are already in place or being put in place by the university, such as new temporary classrooms, deep cleanings, COVID-19 testing, the placement of signs and plexiglass and more.

Faculty and staff at the School of Social Work recently volunteered their time to ensure their offices and classrooms are ready for the fall semester. (Photos by Sally Asher)

Meredith Beers of the Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response places a decal on a chair to indicate only one person should be seated at a table.
Campus Planner Julie Hadzor moves desks to be labeled for storage or placed in other locations to follow guidelines regarding capacity limits in classrooms and other spaces.
School of Social Work Dean Patrick Bordnick and Amber Beezley of University Planning measure to ensure that tables and chairs in the school are placed at least six feet apart.