Photo Gallery: Meet some of your colleagues' new 'co-workers'

Photo Gallery: Meet some of your colleagues' new 'co-workers'

By University Communications
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Golden retrievers Duke and Jack started off as assistants to Lisa Romero, senior director for public affairs and communications at the BIO5 Institute. But it all went downhill from there, she says. Check out the gallery of "co-workers" that employees from around the University sent in.
Golden retrievers Duke and Jack started off as assistants to Lisa Romero, senior director for public affairs and communications at the BIO5 Institute. But it all went downhill from there, she says. Check out the gallery of "co-workers" that employees from around the University sent in.

As many University of Arizona employees transition to working from home, Lo Que Pasa was curious to see how everyone is managing the change and invited readers to send us photos.

You didn't disappoint.

We received more than 50 submissions in response to our call for photos of home offices, especially ones that included pets, kids and creative workspaces.

As you'll see in the gallery we put together, the remote workforce finds itself surrounded by sleeping dogs, "helpful" cats, adorable children – and a pig.

Because we received so many photos, we are going to spread them out over a few issues. This week, in our first installment, you'll see some of the pets and children that are keeping your colleagues company.

In future issues, look for a gallery of home offices and creative workspaces, followed by more pets and children.

Think your cat/kid/dog is cuter than those featured in this week's gallery? Send us pics to prove it! We're also interested in work-from-home tips and happy news. Email the files or a Box link to mittank@email.arizona.edu along with the following information for photo captions:

  • Your name and title.
  • The names of any other people or pets in the photo(s).
  • A brief description of what's pictured.

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