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Ask the Experts

Drew University professors analyze the coronavirus from various perspectives

April 2020 – As COVID-19 continues to impact lives around the world, we’ve asked Drew University professors to weigh in on their areas of expertise as they pertain to the coronavirus.

Here is a running list of the topics covered so far:

Brianne Barker (Biology):  Coronavirus Biology: Separating Fact from Fiction and Coronavirus Biology: Separating Fact from Fiction Pt. II

Marc Tomljanovich (Economics and Business): The Coronavirus: The Economy and Financial Markets

Patrick McGuinn (Political Science and Education): Education Policy During the Coronavirus

Merel Visse (Medical Humanities): Caring During the Coronavirus

Phoebe Tang (Political Science and International Relations): Comparative Governmental Responses to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Kristen Turner (Teacher Education): The Greatest Adventure: Virtual Teaching and Learning in the COVID-19 Shutdown

Jennifer Olmsted (Economics and Business): COVID-19 and the Non-profit Sector: Impact and Response

Jill Cermele (Psychology): Stress and Coping in Times of Crisis

For the latest information regarding Drew’s response to the coronavirus, visit the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) resource site.

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