Before COVID-19 arrived in early 2020, the fall 2020 semester was developed like it had been many times before: planned, scheduled and available for students to register for courses prior to the end of the spring semester. However, the spring semester was unlike any other when the global pandemic forced a swift mid-semester change to remote learning; a shift that would extend into the summer session.
The pandemic has caused a run on baker’s yeast. It’s a marvelous organism, as UB scientists explain.