IU Northwest shows strength, resilience, and might

A little less than a month ago, the entire IU Northwest community began teaching, learning and working remotely. Faculty had to adapt their lessons for a virtual classroom, while students transitioned to learning on laptops and staff continued to serve the campus from home. The entire community learned the meaning of “Zoom meeting,” and fast.

Suddenly, business as usual was no longer business as usual. Pets replaced classmates as study buddies. Children started e-learning alongside their parents. And virtual meetings, study groups, and tutoring sessions became the norm.

Eager to make a difference, many focused their creative energy on the community, by making masks, assisting the vulnerable, and more. 

For a peek at how the entire IU Northwest community is staying #iunstrong in the face COVID-19, enjoy our social media feeds featuring posts on life during the pandemic. 

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