Two Week "circuit breaker" - College OFFICE HOURS
As planned and presented prior to the start of Fall semester, two mid-semester weeks, September 28 through October 11, all classes will be taught virtually and there will be no in-person instruction on campus. Students, Faculty, and Staff are being asked to work from home in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Dean’s office hours during "circuit breaker"
September 28-October 2: 8 am -5pm
October 5, 6,7 the Dean’s Office will be closed and staff will be working remotely. The Dean’s Office staff can be contacted by e-mail or phone.
October 8 the office will be open from 10 am – 5 pm
October 9: 8am – 5 pm
All other department office staff will be working remotely between September 28-October11. Contact information can be found on individual department websites.
Regular Fall Office Hours
The Dean's office will be open Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm. Individual staff will be in the office on different days of the week. While everyone will not be in the office at the same time, the Dean's Office staff can be contacted, Monday - Friday by email or phone, so please reach out to them for information or assistance. You can find email and contact information.
The office hours for each department in the College can be found on their webpage.
CMES COVID-19 Response and Information
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 issue, the University of Utah has instituted new policies and guidelines regarding teaching, travel, and events both on and off campus. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the University’s website regarding COVID.
Remember, this may be a stressful time for those around you, so wash your hands and open your hearts.
At this uncertain and challenging time, please consider helping University of Utah students in need by supporting the Feed U Pantry. Click here to help minimize hunger by providing free, accessible, and nutritious food.
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Andrew Carey is a Mining Engineer at Rio Tinto Kennecott Utah Copper. He is currently the Director of Drone Operations at Rio Tinto Kennecott. He has worked at Kennecott for 6 years in various roles in Short and Medium Range Mine Planning, Surveying and Mine Operations. Prior to working at Kennecott, Andrew worked in the underground coal industry as well as the mineral processing industry. Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Andrew began his mining career with a bachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering from the University of Utah. Andrew enjoys the sport of kiteboarding as well as attending University of Utah sporting events with his wife Jessica.
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