Terra Dotta Announces Collaboration to Help Universities with the Return to Campus
July 22, 2020
On July 22, 2020, Terra Dotta announced a new collaboration with the Equity Research and Innovation Center (ERIC) at Yale School of Medicine and White Williams LLP, a multi-practice law firm with a higher education practice. To help support universities and colleges preparing for students to return to campuses, the three organizations are collaborating to deliver a proactive, technology-driven tool to assist in mitigating health risks and monitoring student health.
"The higher education community’s guiding light is to serve students’ best interests, including welcoming students back onto campuses safely and with strong measures and policies in place that comply with CDC guidelines,” said Anthony Rotoli, CEO of Terra Dotta. “We are excited to combine Terra Dotta’s existing technology capabilities with best-practice health, safety and risk guidelines from the Equity Research and Innovation Center at Yale School of Medicine and White and Williams, to help institutions develop safe practices as a shared responsibility among all members of the campus community.”
“Having students return to campuses as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold requires a planned, purposeful approach to mitigating risk and compliance with safety guidelines for students, faculty and staff,” said Nancy Conrad, Chair of the Higher Education Practice at White and Williams LLP. “We look forward to bringing the necessary capabilities and content together to assist institutions in implementing best safety practices for a return to campus.”
To learn how this collaborative effort can help with students returning to campus, please request more information here.