University of Maryland to hold ‘about 20%' of undergraduate courses partially in-person, keep larger classes online

In an email to students Tuesday, the University of Maryland, College Park said it plans to hold “about 20%” of undergraduate courses at least partially in-person for the fall semester due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Mary Ann Rankin, the university’s senior vice president and provost, said all courses of more than 50 students would be delivered online due to social distancing limits and that priority for in-person courses would be given to some labs, performance courses, senior capstone projects, clinical instruction and internships. (Balt Sun)

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