On March 13, 2020, University of Texas President Gregory Fenves announced an extended spring break for students and that most faculty and staff would begin working remotely due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Under the leadership of Vice President Leonard N. Moore, all units in the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) began planning for delivering their services in a primarily online environment.
Dr. Moore encouraged units to rethink and reinvent services in innovative ways, knowing that such a crisis may present opportunities as well as challenges in serving the campus and the broader community. This report details the DDCE’s responses to the pandemic and provides a framework for service delivery in uncertain times.
All offices have worked with the DDCE IT team to ensure remote work can be done using VPN, phone, Zoom, UTBox and other technologies.
Download the DDCE Uninterrupted Report here.