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          COVID-19 Coronavirus  Updated March 27, 2020 at 3 pm

          Oregon Tech is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our university community and we are actively monitoring the news regarding the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).

          随着这种不断变化的形势,俄勒冈州的高科技将不断评估和更新计划,并传达他们。

          Announcements and Latest Updates



          3月27日:在春天2020毕业典礼更新:一项调查被送往应届毕业生来衡量的虚拟事件或仪式自己的喜好来推迟。该大学的决定将在周五共享2020年4月3日。

           

          March 25: A new document is available from Oregon State Patrol, providing additional guidance regarding the State of Oregon's stay-at-home executive order.

           

          March 19: Oregon Tech will deliver ALL course work remotely throughout the Spring Term between Monday, April 6, 2020 and Friday, June 12, 2020.


          While there are no confirmed cases at Oregon Tech, effective March 23 Oregon Tech is implementing the following plans:

          • University Events: All in-person university sponsored public gatherings and events will be cancelled unless otherwise announced. Work related events will provide remote participation options. Per orders from the Governor, all events will be strictly limited to no more than 25 participants and encouraged to be less than 10 participants and in spaces designed to accommodate at least double the number of occupants. 
          • Sporting Events: The NAIA athletic conference cancelled the spring 2020 sports season.
          • Campus Housing: Student housing facilities will remain open to support those students who remain living on campus, with dining services adjusting operations to maximize social distancing in accordance with state guidance.
          • Employee Travel: Nonessential employee travel has been cancelled.
          • Continuity of Work and Remote Work: 只要有可能,远程办公和远程工作的员工将被批准。当员工在校园里,监事正致力于最大限度地提高社会距离,清洁和操作进行调整,以增加可利用的空间消毒。 

          学生和员工关于春季学期(有效3/23)俄勒冈州的高科技传达具体的指导意见:

          • Spring Break: Spring Break will be extended by an additional week (March 23-April 3) with Spring Term classes beginning on Monday, April 6.
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          • Computer Labs: A limited selection of computer labs will remain open for student use during Spring Term to ensure all students have access to courses delivered remotely.
          • Evaluating Further Steps: 每个步骤将在频繁的基础上进行重新评估,并通报调整,校园社区。

          Travel – Spring Break: 强烈建议大学生,教职工极限行程,特别是 international travel or to areas of the United States 具有高感染率。如果学生和雇员已经较高的地区费率感染,或有理由相信他们已经暴露covid-19,或者有感冒或流感样症状后,应按照 the current travel guidance as outlined by the CDC. If you do travel and become ill, return to campus no sooner than:

          • Seven (7) days since the first symptom appeared AND
          • When you have had 3 days of being fever-free (without medication) AND
          • When you can hygienically control your cough.

          Communications


          March 27, 2020

          2:50PM

          Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,

          The COVID-19 situation has made it apparent that, regretfully, we will not be able to have an in person commencement ceremony in June 2020. We know that this is a great disappointment to everyone at Oregon Tech, but particularly our graduating students and their families. As other universities have announced, we are working to determine whether we can honor the tradition of commencement with a virtual version, or perhaps defer the celebration to a later date.

          To help us make that decision, we are sending a simple survey to graduating seniors to gauge their preference. We will share the university’s decision on Friday, April 3, 2020.

          Thank you for your patience and understanding. This is an unprecedented time in our history and there will be disappointments, adjustments, and creative solutions needed along the way. We appreciate your engagement with us to make the best decision possible, amidst these extraordinary circumstances.

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 23, 2020 Faculty and Staff Memo

          6:08PM

          Dear Faculty and Staff:

          As the number of COVID-19 cases surge in the U.S., we must remain alert and closely monitor, assess, and take prompt action to continue providing our student, faculty and staff safe campus facilities and services, in support of University’s mission. We must also make good use of the extended spring break, now running through Sunday, April 5, 2020, and direct our energy and resources to prepare for the spring term.

          In view of the above, effective Tuesday, March 24 through Sunday, April 5, 2020,大多数的我们的大学校园和站点设施将被关闭,除了需要支持那些 critical functions. There will be an exception to the restricted access on April 2nd and 3rd when select computer labs will be accessible on both Portland Metro and Klamath Falls campuses between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm, to provide students the ability to review course instructions/syllabi in preparation for classes starting on April 6th. 校园特定信息被包括闭合下面进一步在该消息中.

          In relation to this closure over the spring break, we are defining critical functions 那些必须保持为操作,以保证安全性和学生,教师和工作人员,主要活动的福利,和大学的基础设施的完整性。关键的功能和服务,包括必要的:

          1. protect life and safety,
          2. assure campus security,
          3. maintain key health services,
          4. prepare for delivery of remote instruction,
          5. 维护校园住房仍是在校学生就餐服务,以及
          6. 维护商业,金融和实体所需的基础设施运营和服务在紧急情况下或定期业务和服务的迅速恢复,由部门副总裁确定或指定人他们。

          周二,2020年3月24日,周五,2020年4月5日之间的时期校园/站点的具体信息如下。

          Klamath Falls: The residence halls will remain open to students but with restricted access for others; hours and numbers are posted on the facilities.
          During the weekdays, the following Klamath Falls buildings will be open to members of the Oregon Tech community (students, faculty, and staff), but not the public:

          • 综合学生健康中心(上午8:00至中午12:00和下午1:00至下午5:00)
          • College Union (10:00 am to 3:00 pm),
          • Snell Hall (6:30 am to 5:00 pm), and
          • Boivin Hall to access ITS (10:00 am to 2:00 pm).

          All other Klamath Falls campus facilities will be accessible only by university faculty and staff who have keys and are performing critical functions.

          Portland-Metro: Portland-Metro campus’s university facilities will be accessible only by university faculty and staff who are performing critical functions.

          Chemeketa: Chemeketa site facilities will be accessible as determined by the administration of the Chemeketa Community College. At the present time, Chemeketa campus is completely closed through March 29, 2020.

          Seattle: 在我们的校园埃弗雷特西雅图是完全关闭。已教师远程工作。

          Scappoose: Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center R&D (OMIC R&D) facility will remain open to continue research projects and related critical functions, following social-distance measures.

          Additional communications to targeted audiences including any leave guidance will follow. Further, these restrictions are subject to any additional directives which may be issued by Governor Brown for the state or by county administrators in the counties in which we operate. Please continue to monitor your emails and frequently visit our university’s COVID-19 website for the most current information.

          我感谢您的理解和支持,这些决定是在精神承认已做出 Oregon Tech Together , to do everything that we can for the collective well-being of our university community and the communities that host us. Thank you.

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 19, 2020

          2:07PM

          Dear University Community,

          In this rapidly changing environment, Oregon Tech continues to make decisions guided by our goal to protect the health and safety of our students, employees, and communities, while also ensuring that our students receive the high-quality academic course work that Oregon Tech is known for.

          Today, we made the difficult decision that Oregon Tech will deliver ALL course work remotely throughout the Spring Term between Monday, April 6, 2020 and Friday, June 12, 2020. University campuses will remain open during the break, but with some limitations. As we have previously announced, student housing will remain open both during the break and when classes are delivered remotely during the spring term. More details will be forthcoming.

          We fully understand that this decision greatly impacts our students, employees, and operations. In the coming days and over spring break, please continue visiting the COVID-19 website for additional information, updated FAQs, or to submit a question. Also, please make sure you are checking your emails at regular intervals.

          Even when we are apart, we are always Oregon Tech Together.

          Thank you and stay safe.

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 15, 2020 Faculty and Staff Memo

          9:16PM

          Dear Oregon Tech Faculty and Staff Colleagues,

          This communication addresses important operational changes affecting spring break, teaching modality, and reporting to work. I am also appending a copy of the correspondence I will be sending to our students later this evening; I wanted you to receive a copy of it first.

          As we are acutely aware, these are unprecedented times. What will define this chapter for Oregon Tech will not only be how this crisis affects us but how we pull together and focus on the wellbeing of each other and our students. To most effectively move forward, we need an abundance of empathy and patience for each other. Thank you for all that you are doing to prioritize our students.

          The university’s senior staff have been meeting regularly including through the weekend and coordinating with state and local officials as the situation with COVID-19 develops.

          We are instituting the following adjustments to our operating plans.

          All Oregon Tech campuses will continue to be open and operational. However, ALL Spring Term courses (classes and labs) will be delivered remotely for at least the first two weeks of Spring Term, which is now scheduled to start a week later on April 6 (see below).

          Our ITS team is working to set up appropriate software licenses through Zoom and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) systems to allow for remote access of specialized software during this time. To accommodate the time it will take for licenses to be acquired and for faculty to transition classes and labs to a new format, Spring Break will be extended by an additional week with Spring Term classes beginning on Monday, April 6. We do not anticipate extending spring term; it is scheduled to end on June 12. Class time and labs will need to be adjusted to fit the new, condensed schedule. More on this will come from Provost Mott.

          Provost Mott is also working with the Deans and Chairs to identify plans and needs of faculty in teaching classes remotely. This will be different than what some faculty are used to, and we appreciate all that you are doing to facilitate these changes and help our students continue their education. Many thanks to the faculty members and chairs who are well-versed in these tools and are helping others who will utilize them for the first time.

          All regular functions of the university will continue, and employees will report to work unless instructed otherwise by their supervisor. All functions of the university are important and must continue to support our students, faculty and staff. To the greatest extent possible, Oregon Tech will allow and encourage telework/remote work. This is not practicable for all employees. When telework is not an option, we will make every effort to employ social distancing techniques in accordance with the Governor’s and OHA’s guidance. Supervisors are instructed to be as flexible as possible adjusting work schedules for those employees who are impacted by the mandatory K-12 closure. Maureen De Armond, Associate Vice President for Human Resources, is providing supervisors with additional guidance, updates, and details to help with these decisions. For additional information related to these measures, please refer to my March 13 communication, available on the Oregon Tech COVID-19 website.

          Supervisors will be in communication with employees regarding how flexible schedules and telework will be managed in each department and who is eligible for these arrangements. Forms are being developed to track authorization of remote work and will be distributed in the coming day(s). Employees must communicate with their supervisors 如果他们需要的住宿和获得批准的工作安排或位置的任何变化。

           

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          随着这种不断变化的形势下,我们将更新我们不断评估和沟通计划,他们给你。

          如果您有任何疑问,请直接与你的主管,并参阅常见问题解答,俄勒冈州的高科技 COVID-19 website. Questions may be submitted on that website through the “Ask a Question” link or through Tech Tips.

          感谢所有你做支持我们的学生和对方。我们 Oregon Tech Together.

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 15, 2020 Student Memo

          Dear Oregon Tech Students,

          As we confront unprecedented situations such as COVID-19, it is important to know that the university and all of our faculty and staff are here to support you and will do our best to ensure a safe environment on our campuses. This event is affecting us all in a different way, so please reach out to your friends, family and any members of the campus community to offer compassion or to discuss your concerns, including staff counselor(s) at the Portland-Metro Campus and at the Integrated Student Health Center 在克拉马斯福尔斯校园。在真正的时尚俄勒冈州的高科技,我相信我们会善待和关怀对方,教师和工作人员将继续为您提供高质量的教育而闻名俄勒冈州的高科技,是值得骄傲的。

          The university’s senior staff have been meeting regularly including through the weekend and coordinating with state and local officials as the situation with COVID-19 develops. Similarly, the Provost, Deans, Department Chairs and faculty are working collectively to support your continued education. Please refer to the Oregon Tech COVID-19 website for additional information and FAQs which are regularly updated. If you do not see the answer to your question, please use the “Ask a Question” tab to submit your question.

          正如我们此前通报,俄勒冈州tech've这两个原则指导如何决定正在作出:

          1. 减少covid-19的发射,以保护学生,教师,员工和我们的部分社区,
          2. Ensure the continued academic progress of our students.

          为了支持这些,到校历更新和课程模式概述如下。

          Final Exams will continue at their regularly scheduled times and locations, unless you have received specific guidance from your course faculty.

          Spring Break will be extended an additional week (2 weeks in total).

          Spring Term classes will now begin on April 6. ALL 类和实验室将远程的头两个教至少周的术语,通过4月17日. The additional week of Spring Break will allow faculty to adjust course plans to offer classes and labs remotely. We do not anticipate extending spring term; it is scheduled to end on June 12.

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          Campus locations will remain open and operational during spring term, though with some possible reduced services and facility access to ensure social distancing. Students, faculty and staff will be able to use some campus facilities including housing, food service and 计算机实验室的一个有限的子集,以确保获得计算基础设施必要的,如果学生没有自己的电脑,或上网,或如果他们的设备无法运行所需的类或实验室特定的软件。 Specific information on which buildings, rooms, computer labs and other campus facilities which will remain open during spring term will follow in future communications.

          Financial Aid disbursements will be delayed by one week because of the delay in the start of spring term. However, the university has an Emergency Loan program which is available for those students who receive financial aid and are enrolled in spring term and will need funds immediately for necessities like rent or groceries at the beginning of April. Please contact the Cashiers Office to enroll in this program; additional information can be found here.

          Residence halls 将继续开放,在延长的春假,用有限的食品服务的可用性。此时 residence halls will remain open for Spring Term for those students who live on campus. Residence Life staff will contact those students living in the residence halls, with additional specific information.

          Student Employees who have on-campus jobs will continue to work during Spring Term. To the greatest extent possible, we will maintain hours for student employees. If you are a student employee who is not able to come to campus or report to work, please contact your supervisor. Some student employees may be reassigned depending on the varying needs across departments. We will adjust operations to match employer guidance from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) regarding social distancing. Please refer to the Student Employee FAQs on Oregon Tech’s COVID-19 website.

          随着这种不断变化的形势下,我们将继续评估和更新修改计划,并传达他们原来给你。 Please check your email regularly for updates (including during spring break).

          Please be safe and know that all of us at Oregon Tech deeply care about you, your well-being and your continued academic progress, especially during these unchartered times.

          We are Oregon Tech Together. Go Owls!

           

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow

          President

          March 13, 2020

          2:19PM

          Dear Faculty & Staff,

          Good afternoon.

          As you all know, Governor Brown has announced that all K-12 schools in Oregon will be temporarily closed from Monday, March 16 through Tuesday, March 31。我们认识到,我们将对我们产生不同的影响的教师,职员和学生ESTA公告。

          This memo is focused on measures to help our faculty and staff and our university meet our responsibilities and to manage our operations through the closure of our K-12 partners.

          致力于为我们昨天,我们在应对疫情covid-19是主要目标:

          1. 减少covid-19的发射,以保护学生,教师,员工和我们的部分社区,
          2. Ensure the continued academic progress of our students.

          以上两种要求我们走到一起,作为一个社会支持高校对方。

          对于那些直接受到影响的同事,如果你无法找到育儿即将适当的K-12封路期间,我们要求您“工作直接与你的主管,以确定哪些解决方案的解决方案或组合可以安排。 Please see below. Later today, we will be sending additional guidance to supervisors and updating the COVID-19 website with information specific to this topic.

          Further, I have asked the Office of Human Resources (OHR) to serve as an additional resource for supervisors and employees to problem-solve the most complex situations involving staff. Faculty are requested to work directly through their Department Chairs and Deans prior to contacting the Provost’s Office for assistance.

          对于那些无法找到合适的保育,下面是一些选项考虑与你的主管讨论。必须理解的是,各部门必须考虑但双方你的工作职责和部门的基本职能。

          1. Use accrued leave – With supervisor knowledge and consent, employees may use accrued leave for related absences (as applicable: compensatory time, personal leave, sick leave, and/or vacation time). Accrued leave should be exhausted before leave without pay is considered. This may include partial days off. 请工作和你的上司主动识别身份的解决方案,让您的业务部门。

          2. Adopt a temporary flexible schedule - 一些部门可以承接也许可以采用柔韧的个人临时时间表(早进来,后来离开了,来得晚,后期留下,等),以更好地协调保育与配偶,合作伙伴和保姆。

          3. Early morning/evening or weekend work - 有可能一些工作时间可前或正常工作时间和/或周末,特别是对那些可能有显著或最后期限工作,那些没有足够的积存假期后进行的。

          4. Work from home –Work from home arrangements are for employees who can perform their job duties away from campus at the same level of effectiveness as when they are on campus. If employees are caring for young children while working from home, some of that effectiveness will be lost. Employees who can work from home will be asked to assess the actual time they worked and use accrued leave to supplement the time they were performing childcare duties. It is okay and understood that there will be balance needed and proactive communication with supervisors will be key.

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          OHR is creating a form that will help map out the dates and times to record temporary changes in an employee’s regular work schedule. 请稍后今天covid-19网站上查询的表格,或致电您的主管。

          这一个问题就要到了五月员工是否可以带孩子来工作。而一个公平的问题,这是不是对各种可行的选择理由,包括你的孩子自己维护安全和福祉。

          正如我在前面提到的备忘录,我们在难以估计的水域。如今,山水已经转移一次,但我们是一个弹性的,充满爱心的社会,我相信我们能够并且将会通过这个最新的挑战性的工作。

          Please check the COVID-19 website frequently. If you have questions, please use the submit a question link on the COVID-19 website, or through Tech-Tips. Thank you for your understanding, cooperation, and support.

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President


          10:06AM

          Dear Oregon Tech Faculty and Staff,

          Last night, Governor Brown announced that all K-12 schools in Oregon will be temporarily closed from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27. At the present time, Oregon Tech intends to stay with our plans as announced yesterday afternoon.

          然而,我们认识到,州长宣布将会对我们的教师,职员和学生产生不同的影响。高级领导团队已经开始了今天上午召开会议,审议在各种场合,将提供 additional guidance later this afternoon 灵活的有关工作计划和远程工作,支持我们的员工,家属和学生的学术进展。请继续检查上同样的covid-19网站回来,因为我们不断更新和扩大STI内容。

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          Second, I ask members of our community who may not be facing direct challenges due to this school closure, be willing helpers. Whenever and however possible, please be compassionate, understanding, and willing to support your colleagues, your managers, and most importantly our students.

          这是一个时间让我们走到一起作为大学社区,相互支持。

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          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 12, 2020

          2:43PM

          Dear University Community,

          Like many of you, members of the Executive Staff and I have been carefully monitoring the various updates and news about the coronavirus (COVID-19). We have been working closely with other university leaders, public health, and government officials to consider how it has and could continue to impact our students, faculty and staff, and we have been developing plans as we monitor the spread of the virus. While there are no confirmed cases at Oregon Tech, it is important for communities to look out for one another and to do what is best for our university, regional and, global communities.

          • Oregon Tech is open and will take every step to remain open and operational to ensure the academic progress of our students.

          • Finals for Winter Term will be held as scheduled unless students receive specific information from their faculty. Any additional guidance will be provided by Provost Joanna Mott in consultation with the deans.

          根据专家我们在应对这种情况出现的两个主要目标对准焦点的建议:

          1. 减少covid-19的发射,以保护我们的学生,教师和工作人员,我们的部分社区,

          2. Ensure the continued academic progress of our students.

          在保持与布朗州长,俄勒冈州卫生局和高等教育协调委员会发布指导意见,俄勒冈州的高科技正在制定以下措施,通过增加“社会距离”的做法来限制covid-19的传播。

          Social Distancing Guidance (Effective March 23, 2020):

          • University Events: Nonessential employee, department or other university sponsored gatherings will be limited to no more than 20 people, with an appropriate exception process for larger size gatherings. Teleconferencing and videoconferencing technologies should be used as much as possible to facilitate continued operations. If events are being held in other venues outside of Oregon Tech, determination of whether to hold events may be decided by the hosting organization.

          • Sporting Events: NAIA会议将暂停所有的竞技体育一直到2020年3月29日,有待进一步发展。

          • Campus Housing: All student housing facilities will remain open and in normal operations, utilizing social distancing and other precautions.

          • Campus Food Service:校园食品服务将在服务,包括数量有限保留在春假。

          • Employee Travel: 非必要的行程将被削减雇员在可行的情况。任何制度上赞助旅行必须由员工的直接上司的批准。学生旅游活动将由学生事务的副院长批准。

          • Continuity of Work and Remote Work: Employees are expected to report to their normal work locations and work their regular schedules. When feasible, and with prior approval, employees may be permitted to work remotely. Division executives will determine which positions are eligible for remote work in consultation with managers and employees.

          • Social Distancing Procedures: Social distancing guidance will be evaluated on a frequent basis and adjustments will be communicated to the campus community.

          Spring Break (March 20-27, 2020):

          • Travel: 强烈建议大学生,教职工极限行程,特别是 international travel or to areas of the United States that have high infection rates.

          • Returning: If you have been to areas with high infection rates, have reason to believe that you have been exposed to COVID-19, or have cold or flu like symptoms, practice increased personal hygiene and social distancing techniques as outlined by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). [EDIT: If you have been to areas with high infection rates, have reason to believe that you have been exposed to COVID-19, or have cold or flu like symptoms, practice increased personal hygiene and social distancing techniques as outlined by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you do travel and become ill, please delay your return to campus until you do not have a fever or other symptoms for 24 hours.]

          Spring Term (Effective March 30, 2020):

          • Classes: 春季学期班会远程在可行的情况进行讲座交付前两个至少两周的课程从2020年3月30日至4月10日,2020年更多信息将被教务长办公室传达给学生和教师。

          • Labs: Laboratory instruction will continue to be offered in their current modality and as scheduled, with efforts made to employ social distancing practices.

          • Computer Labs: Select computer labs will remain open for student use during Spring Term to ensure all students have access to courses delivered remotely.

          • Social Distancing Guidance: Social distancing techniques outlined above will continue in effect.

          • Clinics Operations: 通过普通的操作运行俄勒冈州的高科技诊所将继续,直至另行通知。

          • Student Externships: Students externships and co-ops will continue; guidance will be updated on a regular basis by the department, and the extern partner in consultation with the Office of the Provost.

          • Evaluating Further Steps: 每个步骤将在频繁的基础上进行重新评估,并通报调整,校园社区。

          Please familiarize yourself with precautions and steps to help keep yourself healthy and avoid transmission of the disease announced by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

          We are thankful for the leadership and support that Oregon Tech along with all public universities in Oregon have received from the Governor’s Office, OHA, and the HECC as well as other institutions. This close coordination will continue as this situation develops.

          来自联邦,州和地方卫生当局提供进一步的指导,我们将通过电子邮件和在俄勒冈州理工大学的covid-19位于//www.jdpropertyservices.net/coronavirus响应页面传达我们的大学社区。

          In situations like this we recognize that we cannot eliminate all risk; but we are determined to do all that we can to minimize it. We will continue to focus on protecting the health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff and our regional communities as well as ensuring our students’ continued academic progress.

          感谢您的理解,配合和支持,我们一起向前迈进俄勒冈州的高科技。

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 11, 2020

          5:40PM

          Dear Oregon Tech Faculty and Staff:

          Oregon Tech along with all other public universities in Oregon have been in regular communication with the Governor’s Office, the Oregon Health Authority, the Higher Education Coordinating Commission and local health authorities. Active planning is underway at Oregon Tech.

          We just received confirmation that Governor Brown and the Oregon Health Authority are planning to release updated guidance and information tomorrow morning. Following the Governor’s announcements, we will send a more detailed set of guidelines to our university community to address topics such as remote work, academic delivery, and social distancing.

          我感谢您的支持和参与,我们在未知的这些时间一起前进。

          Sincerely,

          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President

          March 7, 2020

          12:00PM

          Oregon Tech Campus Community,

          As you may have heard, a few more possible/presumptive cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been announced this morning in Klamath, Jackson, and Washington Counties.

          Oregon Tech takes the health and safety of all its community members as highest priority, and is planning for a variety of contingencies in the event of a confirmed case on any of our campuses/teaching sites. University administration receives frequent updates regarding COVID-19 from the Oregon Health Authority, and the university’s Director of the Integrated Student Health Center (ISHC) is also in close contact with Klamath County Public Health and other state agencies.

          Oregon Tech has assembled a response team that is developing and implementing (as needed) plans related to all known aspects of a university response, should one be needed. Oregon Tech prefers to be proactive rather than reactive in case any measures related to the virus, such as a temporary closure, become necessary. The contingency areas upon which the response team are focused include: academics – including teaching delivery; students and housing; business continuity; and communication with internal and external stakeholders. These areas will be examined from the perspectives of the different Oregon Tech campuses and sites, as response tactics may vary depending on the location.

          As we get more information, this will be sent out to all of you; and please note that we are posting daily or even more frequent updates and FAQs to our website: //www.jdpropertyservices.net/coronavirus

          如果您有任何疑问,请参阅网站,或联系医生。埃里·福利在 erin.foley@oit.edu.

          Thank you,

          Dr. Nagi

          March 6, 2020

          Oregon Tech Community Members,

          Last week you received the first correspondence regarding the coronavirus and this is the next (of what will be regular) communications.  Please know that the priority is the health and safety of all of our university members at all of our locations.  We are also supportive of our community members who have family and friends directly impacted by this disease.

          COVID-19 Status Update #1 – March 6, 2020

          The World Health Organization (WHO) reports (as of today) 99,624 cases globally (90 countries), with 3,400 deaths.  The current situation is considered a world health crisis but could become a pandemic at some point. Cases in the United States number 263 with 12 deaths. Oregon has 3 confirmed cases with 13 tests pending and the number of persons under investigation and monitoring are 61 and 353, respectively. In Washington, 70 confirmed cases, 11 deaths and 231 under supervision. 

          Oregon Tech’s Planning and Response

          A Planning and Response Team met this week and developed subcommittee groups to plan for a variety of scenarios and related needs for all aspects of the university operations. The subcommittees are: 网赌正规网站网址, Business Continuity, Communications, Infrastructure and Medical, and are meeting regularly. For more information specific to Oregon Tech, please go to www.jdpropertyservices.net/coronavirus/ .  Oregon Tech officials are in communication with local and state health authorities and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) to stay informed of the latest information and guidelines.

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          Prevention

          Please continue to protect yourself by taking these actions:

          • Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 sec (2 rounds of the ABCs song). If not available, use hand sanitizer (60% alcohol based or higher).
          • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
          • Avoid contact with people who are sick.
          • Stay home while you are sick and avoid close contact with others.
          • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing; dispose of the tissue immediately and wash hands.

          Travel – Spring Break

          At this time, Oregon Tech has not issued a ban on international travel of university students or employees. Please consider all of the factors when deciding to travel abroad; some countries are prohibiting individuals from entering. Spring break is approaching quickly and we are encouraging everyone to consider not traveling to areas with cases of COVID-19. If you do travel and become ill, please delay your return to campus until you do not have a fever or other symptoms for 24 hours. Students living on campus in Klamath Falls can stay in housing over the break by signing up with the Housing Office.

          Next Steps

          University officials will continue to be in contact with local and state health authorities. COVID-19 Planning and Response Team subcommittees will to meet and address new developments around this disease.  Please watch for additional communications about the COVID-19 situation and Oregon Tech’s response.

          Questions

          Please let me know if you have any questions.

          关于更详细的信息covid-19,请访问以下网站:

          Oregon Tech’s page: //www.jdpropertyservices.net/coronavirus/

          Oregon Health Authority 2019-nCoV page: //healthoregon.org/coronavirus

          CDC 2019-nCoV page: //www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

          WHO page: //www.who.int/westernpacific/emergencies/novel-coronavirus

          Please take all actions to stay well as we complete winter term, especially staying at home if you are ill. Thanks for helping Oregon Tech’s community stay healthy, and to continue our normal operations.

          Sincerely,

          Erin M. Foley, Ph.D.
          Vice President & Dean of Students

          March 3, 2020

          Dear University Community,

          Oregon Tech is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our university community and we are actively monitoring the news regarding the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Oregon Tech has assembled a COVID Response Team that is meeting to develop campus continuation plans. Additional information regarding these plans will be shared as developments occur. We’d like to remind the entire community to continue to take the CDC-recommended precautions 呼吸系统疾病,治疗包括流感和covid-19,以防止蔓延。

          俄勒冈科技致力于为我们的大学社区提供可靠和及时的信息,并正在密切与地方,州和联邦公共卫生机构做出明智的决策,并提供指导考虑。该 Integrated Student Health Center 继续与卫生官员进行沟通和监察有关情况。

          At this time, Oregon Tech is operating under normal schedules. If there are changes, we will communicate with our campuses immediately.

          Sincerely,
          Nagi G. Naganathan, Ph.D., ASME Fellow
          President


          FAQs from Oregon Health Authority


          How can I prevent from getting novel coronavirus?

          如果你正在海外旅行(中国,也到其他地方)按照疾病预防控制中心的指导: wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel. 步骤,你可以采取流感预防传播和普通感冒有利于防止冠状另外:

          • Wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds (2 rounds of the ABCs song). If not available, use hand sanitizer (60% alcohol based or higher).
          • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
          • Avoid contact with people who are sick.
          • Stay home while you are sick and avoid close contact with others.
          • 捂住DONOT用纸巾或咳嗽或打喷嚏时套。

          目前,是防止新型冠状病毒感染没有可用的疫苗。 

          保护自己免受covid-19的最好办法是采取基本的预防措施,防止流感和伤风。

          What is novel coronavirus?

          Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a virus strain that has only spread in people since December 2019. Health experts are concerned because little is known about this new virus. It has the potential to cause severe illness and pneumonia in some people and there is not a treatment.

          How does novel coronavirus spread?

          Health experts are still learning the details about how this new coronavirus spreads. Other coronaviruses spread from an infected person to others through:

          • the air by coughing and sneezing
          • close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands
          • 触摸物体或表面与它的病毒,然后触摸你的嘴,鼻,或眼睛

          How severe is novel coronavirus?

          Experts are still learning about the range of illness from novel coronavirus. Reported cases have ranged from mild illness (similar to a common cold) to severe pneumonia that requires hospitalization. So far, deaths have been reported mainly in older adults who had other health conditions.

          What are the symptoms?

          People who have been diagnosed with novel coronavirus have reported symptoms that may appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure to the virus. Symptoms often include fever, cough, and some trouble breathing. Some people have mild symptoms, others can get quite sick.

          What should I do if I have symptoms?

          Call your healthcare provider to identify the safest way to receive care. Let them know if you have traveled to an affected area within the last 14 days.

          Who is at risk for novel coronavirus?

          Currently the risk to the general public is low. To minimize the risk of spread, health officials are working with healthcare providers to promptly identify and evaluate any suspected cases.

          When should you self-isolate?

          克拉马斯县公共卫生部证实,同时我们要兢兢业业和保护别人, currently the only time self-isolation would be warranted is if: you had DIRECT contact with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19.

          You would NOT need to self-isolate in these scenarios:

          • 与人互动,你已经与covid-19的确诊病例接触,但没有你 direct contact yourself.
          • 互动与某人你有权利要求covid-19,但没有得到证实。
          疾病预防控制中心提供的流程图在知行的帮助时,你应该自我孤立 - 见图表 here.
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          The Integrated Student Health Center on the Klamath Falls campus will continue to offer both medical and mental health support services through Spring Break, the extension week, and into the Spring Term. They are able to offer in-person, telephone and video conference counseling to students. Medical appointments will continue to be in-person. The ISHC in coordination with Klamath County Public Health is following the guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority to screen students who call to schedule a medical appointment. Call ISHC at 541-885-1800 to schedule either type of appointment.

          Counseling Services will be available to Portland-Metro students over Spring Break (including the extension week) via telephone and video conference. Appointments can be made by calling 503-821-1313.

          Students: If you are on the Klamath Falls campus and begin to feel ill (cough, trouble breathing, fever), or would like to speak with a counselor, call ISHC at 541-885-1800. If you are a student on the Portland-Metro campus or on another site and begin to feel ill, please call your healthcare provider.

          Faculty/Staff: 如果你开始感到不适(咳嗽,呼吸困难,发烧),请联系您的医务人员。 

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