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Warhawk Weekly 3–24: Updates on COVID-19; Managing stress; Adapting fitness

NEWS

  • COVID-19 updates
  • Managing stress in the face of uncertainty
  • Adapting your fitness routine
  • Passing the time during a pandemic
  • People of AUM: Pepper Martin
  • Virtual tutoring available
  • Warhawk Transit schedule
  • Register for summer and fall 2020 classes

EVENTS

  • Events canceled, postponed

COVID-19 updates

These are particularly uncertain times as Auburn University at Montgomery students, faculty and staff adjust to challenges to the challenges COVID-19 presents not only for our campus community, but to our city, state, nation and world.

Please continue to visit our COVID-19 web page for developments pertaining to course delivery, campus services and university operations, public health and safety. We are also continuing to update our Student FAQ and Employee FAQ sections and encourage students to utilize our Warhawk Help portal to alert us to specific questions or needs

Managing stress in the face of uncertainty

Anxiety comes with uncertainty. Concerns of COVID-19 have changed dynamics within workplaces, disrupted school routines, resulted in business closures and made us rethink our grocery store visits. How do we take care of ourselves and each other?

AUM Counseling & Health Promotion Services Director Greta Chambless offers guidance on how to maintain mental wellness.

Adapting your fitness routine

Daily routines, including morning visits to the gym or evening Pilates classes, have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. AUM kinesiology assistant professor Angela Russell offers guidance on how to remain active while avoiding crowds.

Try rebooting your fitness routine!

Passing the time during a pandemic

Burned out on Netflix and movie apps? AUM chemistry professor Nick Thomas, an avid freelance writer, offers a variety of low-tech activities that will help pass the time while practicing social distancing from home.

Option one: Build your own lava lamp. Choice two: Make your third-grade teacher proud by memorizing the state capitals. Get the full list!

People of AUM: Pepper Martin

Diversity, location, supportive faculty, engaging coursework. Those represent a few of the qualities that stood out to 1998 AUM alumna Pepper Martin, who worked in a variety of industry settings before returning to campus to serve as a marketing strategist for the university. This is her story.

Virtual tutoring available

AUM’s Learning Center and Instructional Support Lab are offering virtual tutoring services for students. Sessions will take place in the Blackboard Collaborate Virtual Tutoring Rooms that students can access through link provided by the Learning Center/ISL.

Send an email request to lc.isl@aum.edu with the subject line: “Tutoring – Subject – Course” (fill in the subject and course you need) and answer the following in your email:

  • Your preference for Learning Center and Instructional Support Lab assistance
  • Your preferred day and time for a tutoring session
  • Three other potential days and times when you would have availability for tutoring.

Requests will be answered promptly. If you have an appointment for the Learning Center, you will receive an email before your meeting with a link to the Blackboard Collaborate Virtual Tutoring Room.

To schedule a session with a Learning Center tutor for a future date, please call 334-244-3470. The hours for both are as follows:

Learning Center: Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

ISL: Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Warhawk Transit schedule

Still needing Warhawk Transit to get around? As part of AUM’s modified campus operations, Warhawk Transit will now be available to students Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Learn more about operating hours and safety procedures.

Register for summer and fall 2020 classes

Our method of course delivery may be different for the time being, but we’ll keep you on track on your academic journey. Register for your Summer and Fall 2020 classes online!

Events canceled, postponed

All campus events for the remainder of the spring semester are canceled or postponed until further notice. Campus offices will remain open, but employees are asked to work remotely as much as possible.