Tuesday, June 30 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm
The webinar series is presented in Zoom:
UCSB Faculty members and experts from the Santa Barbara community will offer lecture sessions on a variety of facets and insights into the COVID-19 pandemic, and its implications across a range of areas. We encourage faculty, staff, students, and community members to attend. Sessions will convene Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom webinar system.
Individual speakers from a variety of disciplines will address these topics on the following dates:
April 14: SARS-CoV2: The Virus and the Disease
April 21: Current Epidemiological Models: Scientific Basis and Evaluation
April 28: Coping with Heterogeneity and Uncertainty of COVID-19 Datasets
May 5: Economic Aspects of the Crisis
May 12: Coping with Change, Attitudes toward Social Policies and Persons
May 19: Effects of Weather on the Virus and a Discussion of Testing.
May 26: COVID-19: Analytics and Modeling for Prevention
June 2: COVID-19: Interventions, Impacts, and Consequences
June 9: County Health Update and Health Equity Efforts
June 16: The Crisis' Effects on Business and Journalism in Santa Barbara
June 23: COVID-19: Understanding the Disease Through Data
June 30: COVID-19: Analysis of Trends and Transportation Patterns
Please join us for this exciting seminar series.