Over the last few weeks, Dr. Bell, Dr. Pope and UAPD have rewarded students across campus for following COVID-19 guidelines, as part of the “Capstone Caught Caring” campaign.
Students spotted following COVID-19 guidelines were stopped for a quick photo and thanked by Dr. Bell.
Students wearing face masks while attending an outdoor event, as required, were frequently spotted.
Dr. Pope recognized students following physical distancing guidelines in student dining areas with a quick photo, as part of the “Capstone Caught Caring” campaign.
During rounds, UAPD and Chief John Hooks took part in the “Capstone Caught Caring” campaign, too.
Students wearing masks and social distancing while getting a bite to eat outdoors were recognized by Chief Hooks.
By wearing masks, physically distancing and practicing good hygiene and sanitation, community members can do their part to keep each other safe.
Many students across campus received swag bags recently as part of the "Capstone Caught Caring" campaign, which rewards students for following health and safety guidelines in public.
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