Items contributed by SRU Faculty
Empty toilet paper shelves, Slippery Rock Giant Eagle
This is a photo of my rearranged home office. So that people could see me properly during Zoom meetings I had to set it up so that I could shine bright lights on the desk and chair.
This is me and my son doing "office work" during SRUs extended Spring Break. I'm moving my courses online and he is doing online school work. He would pick up his pretend phone and say "It's the dean again!"
COVID-19 came in the midst of a longer debate about the place of online delivery in higher education. I tweeted this in response to an editorial in The Chronicle of Higher Education that asserted the COVID-19 crisis was the "perfect opportunity" to…
For performing artists, research, rehearsals, and performances are a way of life. The disruption to this process has been life changing, but Professor Lindsay Viatori and her students found a way to document the process for our senior dance majors.…
Working from home 10-12 hours a day leaves little time for chores. Coffee, Zoom meeting, email email email, quick lunch, answer students' questions via chat, email email email, Zoom meeting, more chat, post research support content online, email…
This film was created during the Winter break of AY 2019-2020 and has been shown as part of Pittsburgh Dance Week. Since the live performance of this choreography couldn't be shown, this video was included in their virtual event.
And here's a funny clip of my husband (Ben Viatori) and I finding creative ways to stay fit during this time
Wine/liquor purchase as Gov. Wolf considers closing state liquor stores in eastern PA counties.
I am getting ready to virtually present my research at the American Academy of Advertising (AAA) annual conference from my bedroom.
I am a first year tenure-track professor that moved my family into a new home during the lock-down in Butler county. Luckily for me, members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics came to my rescue with a borrowed box truck and strong…
The pandemic has drastically changed our lives in so many ways, including groceries shopping. Groceries stores implement a lot more rules to maintain cleanliness and social distancing, such as one-way aisles, hand-sanitizer stations, signs of…
This is a screenshot of the daily COVID-19 coverage site for the PG on the day that the Democratic Governor declared masks mandatory and the GOP-led state assembly passed a bill to reopen businesses.
Messages written in chalk on bridge in Grove City, PA that encourage social distancing and wearing masks in public
Expecting that there won't be much summer travel, I decided to keep myself busy and entertained growing my first vegetable garden. This is a picture of the first sprouts emerging in my seedling trays.
This is the page from my syllabus that marks when it went from being a course about pandemics, to being a course running during a pandemic.
Area churches like New Wilmington Presbyterian Church conducted remote or broadcast-only worship services, where a pastor would lead worship in an empty sanctuary while congregants listened or watched from home on the radio or through an online…
This is my standing desk; my dining room converted to my temporary office (with my Cleveland Indians cup and SRU coffee mug in the shot.) I also chose to leave my daughter's book underneath the dining room table as a reflection of merging work and…