Higher Education COVID-19 Community of Practice

HECCOP_Non-Member_Header_Image_1200x400_V4__1_.png

Latest Discussion Posts

Please login to see all eligible discussion postings

Either the content you're seeking doesn't exist or it requires proper authentication before viewing.

Announcements

  • Webinar Friday, April 9

    The Power of Partnerships 


    Join our free webinar as health services and student affairs staff and a student from UC Davis discuss how they leveraged partnerships to develop innovative approaches to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the surrounding community.

    This webinar is part of the Higher Education COVID-19 Community of Practice (HECCOP) in partnership with the CDC, funded by CDC Cooperative Agreement 6 NU50CK000581-01-01.

    Session Information 

    Format: Live webinar
    Date: April 9, 2021  
    Time: 3:00 pm-4:00 pm ET 

  • Mission, Vision and Guiding Principles

    HECCOP Mission
    The mission of the HECCOP is to reduce SARS-CoV-2 on college campuses and in their surrounding communities by leveraging the expertise and resources of its members to strengthen COVID-19 behavioral change risk mitigation efforts.

    HECCOP Vision
    The vision of the HECCOP is an inclusive and connected community of campus personnel and students working together to reduce SARS-CoV-2 transmission on college campuses and in their surrounding communities. In the future, we seek to sustain our community of practice to address post-pandemic needs.

    Guiding Principles
    All members of the HECCOP are asked to subscribe to the following Guiding Principles:
    •Respect: strive to build an environment of trust as we navigate COVID-19 together.
    •Inclusion: connect people from diverse disciplines as contributors to the process and the solutions.
    •Collaboration: maintain an environment that encourages people to work together toward the broader goal of reducing SARS-COV-2 on our campuses and in the surrounding communities.
    •Engagement: be willing to actively share ideas, suggestions and recommendations within the HECCOP.
    •Innovation: be open to new ideas and ways of thinking to address COVID-19 in our communities.
    •Equity: be mindful of injustice and health inequities while engaging with transparency.
    •Accessibility: provide resources that are accessible to all abilities; explain terminology so that sharing is accessible to practitioners and students with different perspectives, whatever their role on campus.


Latest Shared Files

Log in to see this information

Either the content you're seeking doesn't exist or it requires proper authentication before viewing.