Physical education at universities is allowed again as of 30 August, but not all Covid measures will disappear from the UT campus. Face masks will be mandatory again, the rule to keep 1.5 meter distance outside classrooms remains in force and UT employees are advised to work from home until at least 19 September.
‘Socialize online and adapt measures to everyone’s personal situation.’ UT researcher Jan de Leede offered these tips during today’s lunch discussion ‘Working at home alone? Wellbeing under Covid-19’. The online event was organized by Female Faculty Network Twente (FFNT) as its first gathering since the corona outbreak.
The UT has reopened its doors and employees are welcome on campus at 40% capacity, but not everybody is rushing back. For some UT colleagues, working from home is not only the ‘norm’. It is a choice. Why have they decided to stay in their home office and what are the (dis)advantages of this arrangement?
Our daily rhythm is temporarily disrupted. No more walks, bike rides or car rides to the campus. We are working from home. We call in instead of meeting face to face. How do you like your improvised home office and what tips can we share? Fardad Maghsoudi Moud, a PhD candidate at ITC, talks about his situation.
Our daily rhythm is temporarily disrupted. No more daily walks, bike rides or car rides to the campus. We are working from home. We call instead of meeting face to face. How do you like your improvised home office and what tips can we share? Our cartoonist LUVANE - some say he works at the UT under the alias Luuk van Ewijk - reflects on his home situation.