Date(s) - Tuesday, May 26
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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UCSB Faculty members and experts from the Santa Barbara community will offer lecture/discussion sessions on a variety of facets and insights into the COVID-19 pandemic,and its implications across a range of areas.
We encourage faculty, staff, students,and community members to attend. You can read more about the series here.
Sessions will convene Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom webinar system. Click here to get the Zoom software and use Webinar ID 644-027-449,or use https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/644027449 to join in.
Individual speakers from a variety of disciplines will address these topics on the following dates:
April 14: SARS-CoV2:The Virus and the Disease
April 21: Current Epidemiological Models: Scientific Basis and Evaluation
April 28: Coping with Heterogeneity and Uncertainty of COV-19 Datasets
May 5: Economic Aspects of the Crisis: Labor Markets During Pandemics
May 12: Social Scientific Insights: Attitudes, Policies, and Coping with the Crisis
May 19: Climate Effects on the Virus, Diagnosis Criteria, and a New Testing Procedure
May 26: Analytics and Modeling for Prevention
June 2 and 9:TBD
We plan on continuing the series past June 9, but the speakers and exact dates are currently being planned. Please join us for an exciting seminar series and stay tuned for updates on speakers throughout the summer.