A Reflection of COVID-19 and the Fall Semester

A Reflection of COVID-19 and the Fall Semester

The University of Notre Dame was one of the first college campuses to announce it would open during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, we will reflect on the fall semester, what was implemented, what worked and what didn’t and take a look at what to expect in the spring semester.

Preview for Week 11

Presented by Heidi Beidinger-Burnett

Heidi Beidinger-Burnett gives a preview of this week’s session. 

Tracking COVID-19 Data

Presented by Heidi Beidinger-Burnett

This presentation will track the COVID-19 data in St. Joseph County, Ind., while describing the public health implications.

Summary of Fall Semester Infections

Presented by Mary Ann McDowell

This presentation summarizes the SARS-CoV-2 infection data for the fall semester at Notre Dame.

Notre Dame COVID Dashboard

Presented by Joshua Shrout

Professor Josh Shrout gives an overview of how to find data on the Notre Dame dashboard and answers some frequently asked questions.

View the Event

Presented by Heidi Beidinger-Burnett and Mary Ann McDowell

View the live discussion recorded on Monday, December 14, with Professors Heidi Beidinger-Burnett and Mary Ann McDowell and guest speakers Shannon B. Cullinan ’93, University of Notre Dame’s Executive Vice President, and David C. Bailey ’83, Vice President for Strategic Planning and Institutional Research. Register to receive information about how to join future live events.

Shannon Cullinan was elected executive vice president of the University of Notre Dame effective July 1, 2019, by the University’s Board of Trustees. In this role, Cullinan oversees the University’s $1.6 billion operating budget and leads the divisions that are responsible for operating the University including Campus Safety and Operations, Economic Development, Facilities Design and Operations, Finance, Human Resources, the Office of Information Technologies, the Investment Office, and University Enterprises and Events. Most recently, Cullinan served as the vice president for finance at the University of Notre Dame since January 2017, a role in which he was responsible for the University budgets, capital planning, treasury management, procurement, real estate acquisitions and development, financial reporting and analysis, and accounting and financial services. Prior to that, Cullinan was the associate vice president for University Relations, a role in which he worked closely with trustee leadership, executive leadership, deans, and the University Relations team to oversee Notre Dame’s advancement and campaign efforts.

David Bailey serves the University of Notre Dame as the Vice President of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research. He partners with leaders across campus to build strategic plans and facilitates cross-university strategic initiatives. Bailey has led the office since 2012 and is a member of the President’s Leadership Council. Prior to assuming his current role at the University, Bailey was a senior equity research analyst at Goldman Sachs for eight years, covering the technology hardware sector, which includes companies such as Apple, Dell, HP, IBM, and NetApp. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Bailey held the same position at the boutique Wall Street firm, Gerard Klauer Mattison (now part of Bank of Montreal). He began his career at IBM, first in application development and then as a client executive for ten years, marketing to global Wall Street firms.

Additional Resources

Presented by Heidi Beidinger-Burnett and Mary Ann McDowell

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