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CARES ACT WEBINAR SERIES
LEARN HOW THE CARES ACT AFFECTS YOU

Texas A&M Law faculty experts share practical, fact-based information regarding how the CARES Act is affecting those of us in Texas in this free webinar series addressing the impacts of the CARES Act for individualssmall businesses, and the health care sector.
Registration:  http://tamulawanswers.info

 

Leader messages 

university President michael k. Young
Announces launch of new site

Texas A&M Responds: COVID 19, is created to house stories of hope and healing, of triumph
over tragedy, of great compassion and selfless service. 

Foundation president tyson voelkel update 

Even as COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the Foundation's focus remains
on building a brighter future for Texas A&M University. 

LIsten in 

Remote home office setup and tips

School of Public Health Ergonomist and Department Head, Dr. Mark Benden gives a webinar on 
setting up your home office.  He covers workstation setup, environmental factors and many 
other tips for getting the most out of your home office.  

The COVID-19 Fight

Scientists and other experts from throughout The Texas A&M University System will speak
with Chancellor John Sharp about their roles in the fight against COVID-19 on a television
series beginning 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 9, 2020 on KAMU. Check your local listings or tune in
on the Texas A&M System's YouTube channel.  

bush school pandemic expert gives
weekly coronavirus updates

Want to hear what Bush School experts are saying about COVID-19? On Monday, April 13,
Dr. Christine Crudo Blackburn will join us live on Facebook for the third in her series of
weekly discussions on current research on COVID-19, virus updates, and local/global predictions.

Leading remote teams in a crisis environment
led by general (ret.) stan mcchrystal

Due to the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, large organizations must plan for remote
and disrupted work for indefinitely. This webinar addresses how leaders communicate
clearly, focus their organization on the most critical tasks and how they build a culture
of communication, transparency, and connection. 

Texas A&M Epidemiologist Aiding local
COVID-19 response

The School of Public Health's Rebecca Fischer explains how she and other faculty members
are tracking the virus locally.

expert from the texas A&M School of public health
department of epidemiology and biostatistics 

Dr. Rebecca Fischer shares some of she is doing at the Texas A&M School of Public
Health and gives an outlook on the pandemic in Texas.

aggies respond

Texas a&M responds: Covid-19

From innovation to virtual engagement, from the economy to our society, from animals and 
agriculture to government and health, Texas A&M brings an extraordinary breadth and depth
of knowledge and experience during this global pandemic. 

AGGIES AID With masks

See the video created by Aggie Engineers that gives a step-by-step method for making protective
medical masks.  Now Aggie neighbors are joining in on the effort. Hero Mask Makers Brazos
Community Coalition

Protect yourself from two common
hacking threats during covid-19

Brandon Neff ’99 and Dr. Joe Tidwell '99, owners of the nationwide business risk intelligence
and mitigation company SCAN13, explain how you can protect yourself from two common
hacking threats during COVID-19.

Clinic built by students used
as covid-19 testing site

Thanks to two groups of students, mobile medical clinics have been designed and built to provide
COVID-19 testing sites. A clinic built by Texas A&M construction science students is serving
residents in South Texas’ Nueces County, while the student organization BUILD, which converts
shipping containers into medical clinics, has sent one of its clinics to Houston-area
Memorial Hermann Hospital. 

Aggie veterinary labs distributing
2,000 covid-19 sampling kits

The FDA-compliant swab kits will be donated to hospitals across Texas. 

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