Keep sharing WFH tips, stories and pictures

Keep sharing WFH tips, stories and pictures

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Doc the pig was shared by Emily Litvack, science writer in Research, Innovation and Impact.
Doc the pig was shared by Emily Litvack, science writer in Research, Innovation and Impact.

If we have learned anything from this extended period of working from home, it's that leaning on and connecting with others can make the experience more bearable and productive. If we have learned two things, it's that seeing pictures of cats sprawled out over keyboards nevers get old.

With that, Lo Que Pasa is making another call for your tips for working from home, happy news to make your colleagues smile, and pictures of your temporary workspaces (and your kids and pets inserting themselves into your remote office).

Please email work-from-home tips, happy news and photos to Andy Ober at andyober@email.arizona.edu. For pictures, please include your name and title, the names of any other people or pets in each photo, and where the photo was taken.

To see what faculty and staff have already shared, follow these links:

For the most updated information about the University's response to the coronavirus pandemic, please visit the COVID-19 information page.

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