WashU responds to COVID-19

This is an extraordinary time, and in extraordinary times the Washington University community comes together. Here in The Source, we’ll share the many ways we’re responding to the COVID-19 pandemic — from our efforts in the St. Louis community to our research and scholarship, and the many ways we’re #WashUTogether.
These are our stories.

Coping during coronavirus

Coping during coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic has led to plenty of uncertainty. Tim Bono, assistant dean in Arts & Sciences and a lecturer in psychological and brain sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, offers tips for managing parts of life that are still under our control.
Working from home: Advice for managers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic

Working from home: Advice for managers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic

As businesses around the country are closing their doors and transitioning to remote work, Andrew Knight, a professor of organizational behavior at Washington University’s Olin Business School, said they should expect a period of adjustment as people develop new routines, norms and shared understandings about how work will progress through a new medium.