Amy Nichols, content coordinator for Bama by Distance, and her daughter Lilah are both keeping up with work and school from their kitchen table.
Pro tip: Use a makeup mirror for a professional lighting effect during your Zoom classes and meetings. Chandra Clark, assistant professor in journalism and creative media.
Kellie Hensley, marketing coordinator for the Center for Advanced Public Safety, is working from her childhood bedroom in Montgomery.
Thumbs up! David Miller, communications specialist with the School of Social Work, is pleased with his at-home setup.
Rebecca Minder, marketing and digital media manager for Alabama Heritage, takes advantage of the nice spring weather in Tuscaloosa.
WVUA 23 Director of Sales Tabitha Bostick hooked up an old television so she “can really get after it on my budget spreadsheets.”
Social distancing: Olivia Ann Hodges, social media communications specialist, is staying close to UA’s online communities.
Brittany Richardson, marketing manager, keeps her home office sleek.
Bigger is better. Rebecca Ballard, director of college relations for the College of Education, also hooked her computer up to a television.
What’s a video editor without a cat? Would this even be an internet slideshow without one? Chris Largin, broadcat, oops, broadcast editor and producer, and Bynx have us covered.
UA is currently operating under limited business operations, so most of our faculty and staff are working from home. Take a look at some of their setups.
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