Plans for Return to Campus Underway
“Our priority remains the health and safety of the Emory & Henry community,” said Ryan Bowyer, associate provost, dean of students and chair of the COVID-19 task force. “The task force has been monitoring the situation and is optimistic that we can return to a sense of normalcy soon.”
A 10-week summer semester offering two, five week terms remotely and in-person started May 17 and all staff returned to campus at that time.
Emory & Henry Athletics will learn more from the NCAA in mid-summer regarding its move from Division III to Division II and in the meantime is filling game rosters and scheduling play for 2021-2022.
- The E&H Alumni Association, Smyth County Public Libraries, and the Holston Rivers Chapter of Virginia Master Naturalist (HRVMN) joined forces to offer a three-part series to celebrate citizen science – the act of community persons collecting data that can be used for scientific research.Read More