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May 27, 2020: Summer 2 Courses

Message from David Cordle, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

May 27, 2020

Dear ESU Faculty, Staff and Students,

As you probably know, all of our courses for Summer 1 — the session that is underway now and ends Friday, June 26 — are being offered online. I’m writing today to share information about courses scheduled for Summer 2, the session that starts Monday, June 29.

Most Summer 2 courses will meet online. If the course was originally intended to be face-to-face, it will still be listed that way in the course schedule, but will include a note indicating that the course will now be offered remotely. Look carefully for this note. You can see it by clicking the Course Reference Number.

However, the following Summer 2 courses have been approved to meet face-to-face as originally planned, following specific safety protocols to be announced later. These courses are listed in the course schedule as face-to-face, with no note indicating remote delivery:

  • AN 210 A Contemporary Cultures – Evandro Camara
  • AX 711 Athletic Training Principles — Matthew Howe
  • CH 120 A General Chemistry – Qiyang Zhang
  • CH 121 A General Chemistry Lab – Qiyang Zhang
  • CH 124 A Chemistry I Lab – Jason Applegate
  • CH 126 A Chemistry II – Eric Trump
  • CH 127 A Chemistry II Laboratory – Eric Trump
  • ED/EL 743 Flint Hills Writing Seminar — Heather Caswell
  • GB 100 A General Biology – David McKenzie
  • GB 303 ZA and ZC Field and Lab Biology – Kelly Kluthe (taught at ESU-KC)
  • ZO 459 PA Human Cadaver Dissection – Melissa Bailey
  • ZO 859 PA Human Cadaver Dissection – Melissa Bailey

In addition, PY 714 A (Assessing Young Children with Special Needs) and PY 841 A (Assessment of Intelligence) are summer-long courses that will bring students to campus in July to complete certain requirements face-to-face.

Students, if you have questions about the delivery method of your Summer 2 course, you should contact the instructor. Faculty members, you are encouraged to communicate with students enrolled in your Summer 2 course regarding any aspect of the course that might need clarification.

Also as a reminder to students:  If you need to add or drop courses for Summer 2, you may do so online through Hornet 365 with your PIN, or by working with your academic advisor. Please pay careful attention to the drop and withdraw deadlines, since they vary depending on the length of the course.

Best regards,

David P. Cordle
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs