NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University faculty members are available to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and related issues on these topics:

  • Historical background on politics, political response to the pandemic and global human rights: Rowland Brucken
  • Drug repurposing, using data science and predictive modeling to identify drugs that can treat certain COVID-19 symptoms: Ahmed Abdeen Hamed
  • Environmental engineering and critical infrastructure, water and waste water systems, building sustainable communities: Tara Kulkarni
  • Cybersecurity, working from home securely and cybersecurity related scams: George Silowash
  • International relations and how other nation states are responding to the pandemic: Lasha Tchantouridzé
  • Health and safety, nursing issues, workforce planning and needs, public health efforts, requests to Congress and the CARES Act: Paulette Thabault
  • Latino/x issues: Kaitlin Thomas
  • Political science, the American presidency and institutions: Michael Thunberg

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