Eric Griffin and Jeff Campbell are both seasoned administrators at UNCW, responsible for environmental health and safety on campus. They both explain how they could draw from past hurricane experiences to guide their plans for COVID-19 relief. Griffin and Campbell believe UNCW can be used as an example of resilience and community during these difficult times. But they admit that COVID-19 brings a whole new level of uncertainty that no one can totally prepare for.
UNCW’s Disaster Response: Hurricanes and COVID-19
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