Christopher Scholz, professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (EES), is the recipient of the 2022 Israel C. Russell Award from the Geological Society of America’s (GSA’s) Limnogeology Division. Presented to only one researcher each year, the award recognizes outstanding research,…
COVID-19 Update: Effective Monday, March 14, Masking at Level Yellow
Dear Students, Faculty, Staff and Families:
Last week, the University announced that pending current public health conditions, it would move to masking level “Yellow.” After assessing the current landscape, both here on campus and throughout Central New York, effective tomorrow, Monday, March 14, the University is officially at masking level “Yellow.”
As a reminder, this means:
- For Unvaccinated Community Members: Masks are REQUIRED for all unvaccinated students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus indoors at all times, and outdoors when in the presence of others.
- For Vaccinated Community Members: Masks are RECOMMENDED for vaccinated students, faculty, staff and visitors while indoors in the presence of others, and outdoors in large group settings.
- For ALL Community Members: Masks continue to be REQUIRED on all public transit (including the Syracuse University Shuttle) and when visiting any health care facility (including the Barnes Health Center and the Kimmel and Stadium Testing Centers).
Thank you for your continued cooperation and for all you’ve done since the onset of the pandemic. Our community’s efforts and commitment to public health made this action possible.
J. Michael Haynie
Vice Chancellor for Strategic Initiatives and Innovation