On Thursday, July 30, Boise State leaders including Leslie Webb, vice president for student affairs and retention, Alicia Estey, chief of staff and vice president for compliance, and Kathryn Hughes, Boise State’s new medical and public health advisor, participated in a virtual Town Hall to address logistics, questions and concerns about bringing students, faculty and staff back on campus this fall.
Those who missed the live virtual event can watch a recording of the town hall here. In order to view the Zoom recording via the link provided, select “sign in with SSO” located just below the blue “sign in” button. When prompted for a domain name, enter “BoiseState.” This will take users to the Boise State Zoom login page, where they can enter their information and be automatically redirected to the recording.
This town hall recording is private and confidential; please do not share this link with individuals outside of the Boise State community.
Topics covered included when and how individuals will be tested for Covid-19, how the university will handle external campus events through fall semester, how faculty will be encouraged to deal with students who refuse to comply with Boise State’s facial coverings rule, and so much more.
With more than 200 questions submitted, not all could be addressed within the hour-long town hall. Many topics have been addressed to the best of the reintegration committee’s ability on the COVID response guide here. Further topics and questions will be addressed in future divisional meetings, which are currently being scheduled and will be announced to the campus community as soon as possible.