As NYU SPS students, faculty and staff members, and administrators return to campus for the Spring 2021 semester, we want to ensure that we share the very latest updates and provide a centrally located resource to help answer all of your questions regarding policies and procedures. We will draw mainly upon the policies that the University has carefully crafted to ensure the health and well-being of the entire campus community. In addition, we have posted information that is specifically relevant to NYU SPS. Because the pandemic situation remains fluid, and protocols may change as we proceed through the semester, we ask that you kindly bookmark the SPS Returns page and the NYU Returns page, and be on the alert for updates from the School and the University.
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NYU SPS Faculty Share Their Expertise With the Media and Their Students Regarding Coronavirus Pandemic
The coronavirus is disrupting many industries—some with devastating effect. In recent weeks, NYU SPS faculty members have been called upon to serve as media experts, providing commentary on the unfolding global crisis and the toll it is taking on businesses and organizations worldwide. Others have chosen to incorporate the topic into their classroom teaching, enlightening students on the ways the global workforce and marketplace can be disturbed by unforeseen emergencies.