Open Memo Re: Reducing exposure to COVID-19 in the incarcerated population

MEMOTo:Governor Doug DuceyMaricopa County Attorney Allister AdelMaricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone From: Arizona Science Policy NetworkDate: October 1, 2020Re: Reducing exposure to COVID-19 in the incarcerated population Summary Recommendation In Arizona, the incarcerated, facility staff, and residents of surrounding communities face unique challenges in protecting themselves against COVID-19. As federal public health guidelines are notContinue reading “Open Memo Re: Reducing exposure to COVID-19 in the incarcerated population”

Graduating grad school in face of pandemic uncertainty

Caitlyn A. Hall, John F. Malloy, Griffin McCutcheon While university administrations grapple with COVID and campus life, we’re grappling with how to successfully earn PhDs in the midst of this pandemic. Griffin helped his fiance move from their home in Arizona to Detroit, Michigan, where she will spend the next three years in an EmergencyContinue reading “Graduating grad school in face of pandemic uncertainty”