Department of Visual and Media Arts faculty and staff members have found a way to ensure students under isolation or quarantine still have the critical supplies they need for their classes.
They have assembled kits of materials and arranged for them to be dropped off or mailed. The effort keeps students current with their classes while also upholding the experiential learning that is essential to students taking VMA classes, whether they are art majors or learning through their general education studies, said Merritt DeLano-Taylor, department chair.
"Kudos goes to the faculty. It was really great to see how they solved these problems," DeLano-Taylor said. "Like artists do, they created using the resources and situation that they are in."