Recording of Q&A with Robbins and senior leaders is available online
A recording of last week's Q&A with University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins and senior University leaders is available online for employees who missed the event.
The April 17 session, which was held via Zoom, drew more than 4,000 employees, who listened to remarks by Robbins and other leaders about the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A link to the recording, and a complete transcript, can be found in the Faculty & Staff section on the University's main COVID-19 page.
The Q&A began with remarks from Jeffrey Jones, chair of the Classified Staff Council and a senior information technology support analyst in University Information Technology Services, and Jennifer Lawrence, chair of the Appointed Professionals Advisory Council and business and finance manager in the Department of Neuroscience.
Following remarks by Robbins, the president and several senior leaders answered questions submitted by attendees. Topics included furloughs, testing and possible timelines for a return to campus by students, faculty and staff.
The panel included Lisa Rulney, senior vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer, Liesl Folks, senior vice president of academic affairs and provost, Helena Rodrigues, vice president and chief human resources officer, Jon Dudas, senior vice president and secretary of the University, and Elizabeth "Betsy" Cantwell, senior vice president of research and innovation. The conversation was moderated by Craig Henderson, who manages the Executive Office of the President team and serves as an adviser to the president.
To see other messages from Robbins related to COVID-19, visit the president's playlist on YouTube.
For the most updated information about the University's response to the coronavirus pandemic, please visit the COVID-19 information page.