Photos: Daily Academic Life at UVA in the COVID-19 Era
It has been just over two weeks since University of Virginia students began taking some in-person courses amid in the coronavirus pandemic, adhering to a long list of public health precautions during a semester like no other.
Months of preparation led up to that start, as University employees outfitted classrooms with clear plastic shields, installed signs promoting physical distancing and developed enhanced cleaning protocols and other precautions.
As courses began, University photographers Sanjay Suchak and Dan Addison went into classrooms to capture what learning looks like in this very unusual time.
Check out their photos.
Editor's note: Some these photos were taken before UVA announced additional COVID-19 protocols and restrictions, which went into effect on Wednesday.