On the same day that the number of new coronavirus infections reached unprecedented levels, professors and the Vice-Rector for Education and International Affairs at Leipzig University discussed in-person teaching: is it irresponsible to continue to hold seminars and lectures in the face of the impending Omicron wave? What is legally possible and how do isolation and online-only teaching affect people?
These issues were discussed by:
- Professor Thomas Hofsäss, Vice-Rector for Education and International Affairs
- Professor Elisa Hoven, professor at the Faculty of Law
- Professor Hannes Zacher, professor of occupational and organisational psychology
- Professor Markus Scholz, epidemiologist at the Faculty of Medicine
The discussion and accompanying chat can be viewed on the University’s YouTube channel.
Created by: Katarina Werneburg