Resumption of Research Activities
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Phase 2 Resuming Research Activities (RRA)
Phase 2 of the Resumption of Research Activities – Monday, July 13. This phase will allow access to campus for people to complete essential on-campus activities approved in Phase 1 and revised in Phase 2.
- Will require a justification for the need to access on-campus infrastructure for students/postdocs to progress in their research and to deliver on grants, without which the work could not be carried out
- Any activity that can be done remotely, should continue to be done off-campus
- General research travel is not allowed without authorization
- Resumption of research activities is voluntary and managed through an opt-in process
- Increase occupancy in our buildings to 50% normal operation
- SEAS guidelines of >100 sq ft per person in laboratories
- For those with justifications to be on campus, office space can be used if social distancing can be maintained
Phase 1 Resuming Research Activities (RRA)
As we now look ahead, Penn Engineering is resuming on-campus operations as approved by President Gutmann and in conjunction with the Office of the Vice Provost for Research. This page will be updated as information becomes available.
Phase 1 of Resumption of Research Activities will commence on June 8, 2020, consistent with the guidelines from the plan from the Vice Provost for Research https://research.upenn.edu/resources/resumption/
Access to all buildings in the Penn Engineering Complex is restricted to approved personnel. All laboratories and classrooms inside the complex are locked and accessible only to individuals who have had their activities approved as part of the Phase 1 reopening. To request access, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently, access is prohibited to undergraduate students.
We established the COVID-19 Research and Academic Safety Reporting Committee to serve as our ears and eyes on the engineering campus to make it easy for the members of our community to report egregious conduct or coercion of any form.