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Dr. Costas Tsatsoulis, vice chancellor of research and graduate studies, sent the following message about safety in research labs to all S&T faculty Wednesday, March 18.
Research at Missouri S&T is a critical element of who we are. It educates our students, it creates important discoveries that change the world around us, and it generates a healthy technology transfer and workforce development ecosystem for Rolla, the state and the nation.
At this time of health crisis we are forced to change the way we perform research activities so as to protect our staff, our students, and ourselves. These changes will enable us to continue our productive research and scholarly activities, while following the recommendations by the CDC, the System, and the University.
I request that you implement the following rules in your research effective immediately:
Please continue to check the appropriate CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html) and S&T (https://coronavirus.mst.edu/health-and-safety/) web sites for additional information. Another useful site is here: https://cgsnet.org/information-cgs-members-coronavirus
And continue to observe social distancing in your labs, your work spaces, and your personal life.
Let’s stay healthy and safe. Collectively we will overcome this crisis.
With best Miner wishes,
Vice Chancellor of Research and Graduate Studies