UC-San Diego Follows Harvard Rather than Berkeley Virus Policy
As per our prior post, Harvard is finishing its current session's schedule but then switching to online courses, as opposed to Berkeley's abrupt shift to online education. It appears that UC-San Diego is following the Harvard model:
From NBC-7: All classes at UC San Diego will be delivered remotely to start the Spring Quarter and university-sponsored athletic events will be played without fans in response to the coronavirus outbreak, the university announce Monday.
In-person classes will continue for the last week of the current Winter Quarter, but instructors won't be using attendance-based points in their grading, according to UCSD. Housing and Dining service will continue regular operations, the university said. The NCAA will determine any changes to Division II men's regional basketball tournament games scheduled March 13-16 on campus...