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    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: November 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-11)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for November 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: October 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-10)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for October 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: September 2020

      Tooey, M.J.; Mayo, Alexa A. (2020-09)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for September 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: August 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-08)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for August 2020.
    • HSHSL Response to Death of George Floyd

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-06-02)
      This email, sent to the staff at the Health Sciences and Human Services Library, was in response to the death of George Floyd. It reaffirms the stance of the HS/HSL against racial injustice and inequality and calls upon the staff to stand together and work for more justice and fairness within the library and the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: July 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-07)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the accomplishments for July 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: June 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-06)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and accomplishments during June 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: May 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-05)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 during May 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: April 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-04)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 in April 2020.
    • HSHSL COVID-19 Telework Weekly Email Updates: March 2020

      Tooey, M.J. (2020-03)
      The COVID-19 Pandemic began in Maryland in March 2020, as a result the University of Maryland, Baltimore went to telework. These emails reflect the HSHSL's decisions surrounding COVID-19 and the first weeks of telework.
    • HSHSL Day of Service Encouragement Projects

      Cochrane, Angela D.; Williams, Mary Ann; Campbell, Vickie (2020-06-23)
      The HS/HSL 's Outreach Service Task Force organized its first virtual Day of Service in June 2020. The event was done virtually as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic and a way to make the staff feel connected while teleworking. Participants spread encouragement through cards, painted rocks, and by sharing a meal.
    • HSHSL Day of Service Donation Projects

      Baker, Christina; Beaulieu, Colette; Betz, Gail; Burcat, Kirsten; Downton, Katherine; Patterson, Nancy; Nguyen, Tony; Pinho, Thom; Wink, Tara (2020-06-23)
      The HS/HSL 's Outreach Service Task Force organized its first virtual Day of Service in June 2020. The event was done virtually as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic and a way to make the staff feel connected while teleworking. Participants gave donations to Better World Books, Purple Heart, food banks, blood banks, Assistance Center of Towson Churches, Dogtor Loki's Hero Healing Kits, Meals on Wheels, Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Harford County Humane Society.
    • HSHSL Day of Service Virtual Giving Projects

      Wright, April; Irwin, Jarrod (2020-06-23)
      The HS/HSL 's Outreach Service Task Force organized its first virtual Day of Service in June 2020. The event was done virtually as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic and a way to make the staff feel connected while teleworking. Participants worked with the Smithsonian Institution and Free Minds Book Club.
    • HSHSL Day of Service Community Clean-up Projects

      Brown, Everly; Douglas, Steven; Pinkas, Maria; Tooey, M.J.; Zelip, Brian (2020-06-23)
      Participants in neighborhood clean-up projects during the HSHSL's June 23, 2020 Day of Service virtual event chose to clean up parks and neighborhoods by picking up trash or weeding. The HSHSL's Service Project Task Force encouraged staff members to give back to their communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
    • HSHSL Day of Service Call for Participation

      Tooey, M.J.; Patterson, Nancy; Douglas, Steven; Baker, Christina; Pinkas, Maria; Beaulieu, Colette; Wink, Tara (2020-06)
      Call for participation and email reminders for the Health Sciences and Human Services Library's first ever virtual day of service. The event occurred in June 2020 while staff members were still primarily working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • HSHSL Day of Service Activism Projects

      Yarnell, Amy; Waugh, Patrick (2020-06-23)
      The HS/HSL 's Outreach Service Task Force organized its first virtual Day of Service in June 2020. The event was done virtually as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic and a way to make the staff feel connected while teleworking. Participants worked with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to send emails and calls for actions and created artwork to sell for a donation to the National Bail Fund.