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Across Johns Hopkins University, planning for the resumption of academic activities is well under way. At Peabody, we have assembled a task force comprised of 25 faculty, staff, and students drawn from across the Conservatory to provide critical input to this planning.

This process includes developing flexible instructional models under which Peabody will be able to operate and meet our mission at the highest possible level in the coming academic year and, at the same time, remain responsive to a still-evolving public health situation. This is a complex challenge that recognizes both the critical nature of the on-campus experience for students of the performing arts and the significant risks posed by the ongoing public health threat.

Peabody‚Äôs planning process, like the University‚Äôs, is informed primarily by two essential values: ensuring the safety, health, and security of the entire community ‚Äď faculty, staff, and students ‚Äď and delivering the highest level educational experience for our students. We remain fully committed to delivering a high-quality Conservatory experience in the coming academic year, and look forward to sharing our plans and decisions in the coming weeks.

Operational resources and reminders for students, faculty, and staff

The COVID-19 Student Resources page contains information for Conservatory students on academics, library resources, commencement, disability resources, mental and physical health resources, financial aid, LAUNCHPad, residence life, and tech support, as well as links to student communications.

The‚ÄĮRemote Teaching‚ÄĮand Learning at Peabody webpages offer tools and tips for online lessons and classes, as well as links to technical support.

Campus Security can be reached at 667-208-6608 or Peabody-security@lists.peabody.jhu.edu.

Staff and faculty employees with questions can turn to the JHU HR website: https://hr.jhu.edu/coronavirus/. Staff and faculty who have not been granted an exception to be on campus, and who have a need to be on site for any reason, must contact Barbara Lambert in the Office of the Dean in advance for approval and access.

In response to President Ron Daniels message, Dean Fred Bronstein has updated the Peabody campus community on the financial implications of COVID- 19.

The COVID-19 resource page from Johns Hopkins University is updated regularly and includes everything from public health data and guidance to information on Hopkins-specific campus operations and events.

Arts and educational resources for the community

Peabody ArtReach aims to both showcase and support the work of Peabody artists during these times, offering inspiration, hope, and community through a variety of performances, learning opportunities, moments of wellness, and informational links.

Hopkins at Home is an online resource that provides a catalog of live lectures and mini-courses as well as selected talks, presentations, performances, and other offerings from across the university.

The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center is a resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.

Giving

Many supporters have asked how you might help our students and families during this time. A gift to support the Peabody Fund for the Future is not only a celebration of our students’ resilience, but a commitment to their academic and artistic success beyond this academic term.