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Kellrhema Hinton
35:24
I'm not sure, I was hoping so
Sanjeev Anand
41:49
I have a question
Kris
43:28
We will have you go next. If you can raise your hand, that helps put you on the list of those who would like to ask a question.
Mark Messerli
46:07
You are breaking up Dr. Scholl
Timothy Hansen
47:58
I have found it works well to call into these via phone for better audio (had to do it for teaching quite often)
Joy Scaria
49:06
cant hear anything
Sunish.Sehgal
49:09
Poor sound quality
Sanjeev Anand
49:25
dr. Scholl not auidible
Christopher Saunders
49:55
Dr. Scholl can you try switching your mic display or hardware instead of bletooth
Timothy Hansen
51:19
there we go
Timothy Hansen
51:21
yes
Joy Scaria
51:21
yes
Om Perumal
51:22
Yes better
Sunish.Sehgal
51:22
yes
maribethlatvis
51:22
yes, better
Christopher Saunders
51:23
Yes
Febina Mathew
51:29
yes, thank you
Heike Bucking
51:39
Yes. Thank you.
Lin Wei
51:48
yes, thanks,
Christopher Schmit
55:57
He might have his mic turned off or on mute on his computer
MadhavNepal
56:01
Because some of my graduate students have graduation deadlines or some have time-sensitive samples to process, can student researchers follow the CDC guidelines and continue working in the labs? I guess, this can be considered an essential function. Dr. Scholl, guidance would be appreciated. any advice
Om Perumal
01:02:33
yes
Joy Scaria
01:02:33
yes
Mark Messerli
01:02:40
Phase One:Vulnerable groups will still be asked to shelter in place, and non-vulnerable people will be expected to avoid groups of 10 or more people unless they can do social distancing.As far as businesses go, in phase one they will be asked to limit non-essential travel, encourage teleworking, close common areas of the workplace, and strongly consider special accommodations for employees who are considered part of a vulnerable group.Sit-down restaurants, movie theaters, sports stadiums, and churches will be allowed to reopen – but only if there is social distancing inside.Gyms will also be allowed to reopen, but in addition to having social distancing they will have to follow strict sanitation guidelines.When the number of new COVID-19 cases again trends down 14 straight days, and there is no evidence of a rebound in cases, a state will be able to enter phase two of reopening.
Radhey Kaushik
01:04:51
What is the graduate student recruitment policy in the scenario that they can not even work in the lab.? It is very hard to recruit especially in disciplines where lab work is the minimum requirement to move the program forward. FRF4272020
Christopher Saunders
01:08:13
In terms of possible furloughs - how will that affect research effort especially in terms of AY effort on federal grants. I am concerned about including AY funding if a furlough hits and the remaining workload is not sufficient to be able to cover the effort promised.
Sunish.Sehgal
01:08:49
I have a question
Christopher Saunders
01:11:49
Ok thank you
David Clizer
01:16:28
Could you have someone custom harvest the wheat in Texas?
Lin Wei
01:21:02
What can I do for a new project? it was supposed to start at April 1st, 2020? this project is about a field trial of corn growth and time-sensitive, either start the project or lose the support opportunity,
Sunish.Sehgal
01:22:49
There needs to be selections (for rust resistance) made and only selected heads need to be harvested.
Sanjeev Anand
01:24:44
Thanks for the Forum Dr. Scholl
Jolane Tomhave
01:24:54
Thanks for the call and for working on this!
Sunish.Sehgal
01:25:15
Any opportunity for virtual field tours?
Christopher Saunders
01:26:38
Thank you