COVID-19 Experts in the News Archive

Archive: IU responses to COVID-19 in the news

IU experts are engaged with many issues related to the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. Explore the archive below to learn more.

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"5 ways that colleges and universities are pitching in to deal with the coronavirus pandemic" by Genevieve Shaker and William Plater, The Conversation, April 21, 2020

"Here’s how Americans coped during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic" by Melissa Cyders, Christiana Prestigiacomo, Melissa Liu, The Conversation April 9, 2020

"Social distancing increased over the course of human history – but so did empathy and new ways to connect" by Fritz Breithaupt, The Conversation, April 8, 2020

"What does ‘recovered from coronavirus’ mean? 4 questions answered about how some survive and what happens next" by Tom Duszynski, The Conversation, April 7, 2020

"Shipwrecked! How social isolation can enrich our spiritual lives – like Robinson Crusoe" by Richard Gunderman, The Conversation, April 6, 2020

"China’s big donors are pitching in to deal with the new coronavirus – and not just in their own country" by Charles Sellen and Fabrice Jaumont, The Conversation, April 3, 2020

"‘We don’t talk in terms of supply numbers, we talk in terms of days’" by W. Graham Carlos, The Conversation, April 1, 2020

"The Federal Reserve is promising to do everything it can to save the economy – but what is that, actually?" by Ryan Matthew Brewer, The Conversation, March 26, 2020

"Just as in coronavirus, young people are key to stopping tuberculosis", by Leslie A. Enane, The Conversation, March 24, 2020

"What happens to charitable giving when the economy falters?" by Patrick Rooney, John Bergdoll, The Conversation, March 23, 2020

"When restaurants close, Americans lose much more than a meal" by Rebecca Spang, The Conversation, March 20, 2020

"The battle against disinformation is global" by Scott Shackelford, The Conversation, March 20, 2020

"10 misconceptions about the 1918 flu, the ‘greatest pandemic in history’" by Richard Gunderman, The Conversation, March 17, 2020

"Online learning will be hard for kids whose schools close – and the digital divide will make it even harder for some of them" by Jessica Calarco, The Conversation, March 13, 2020

"This isn’t the first time sports teams have played in eerily empty arenas" by Chris Lamb, The Conversation, March 12, 2020

"The new coronavirus is hitting colleges and universities hard, but donors can help" by William Plater, Gene Tempel, Genevieve Shaker, The Conversation, March 11, 2020