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The transition to in-person classes: How are students and faculty adapting?

The transition to in-person classes: How are students and faculty adapting?

Julie Bobyock September 22, 2021
After spending  much of the past year and a half attending college classes on Zoom, whether that be from a dorm room, home, or even horizontally in bed, in-person courses are in full bloom at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) this fall semester. While being in an actual classroom setting may be refreshing for some, there has been little to no transition from online learning to in-person. It’s difficult to say whether normally attending classes has been improving student mental health and engagement, enhancing stress or both.  
UNH returns to in-person classes; remains in orange mode

UNH returns to in-person classes; remains in orange mode

Evan Edmonds February 24, 2021
University President James W. Dean announced this week that the University of New Hampshire (UNH) would return to in-person classes starting Wednesday, Feb. 24, while campus remains in orange mode “until further notice.”
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