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Day/Date Topic: Solving problems epidemiologically Thursday April 26 (and when it is or isn’t appropriate) Extra Credit DUE Final Exam Distributed to be submitted via Bb on the date final exam is scheduled by GWU
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To Report an Emergency or Suspicious Activity Call the GW Police Department at 202 994 6111 (Foggy Bottom) or 202 242 6111 (Mount Vernon). If the line is unavailable or you are calling from another University location or off campus, dial 911. Shelter in Place – General Guidance Your first reaction in an emergency should be to stay where you are. Evacuate only if you hear the fire alarm or someone instructs you to evacuate. If you are outdoors during an incident, proceed into the closest GW building unless you are told to do otherwise. No matter where you are on campus, the basic steps of “sheltering in place” are: • Shelter in place in an interior room, above ground level, and with the fewest windows. If there is a large group of people inside a particular building, several rooms may be necessary. • Shut and lock all windows (locking will form a tighter seal), close exterior doors, and stay away from glass doors and windows. • Turn off air conditioners, heaters, and fans. Close vents to ventilation systems as you are able (Facilities staff will turn off ventilation systems as quickly as possible). • Make a list of the people with you and call the list in to GWPD (see numbers above) so they know where you are. • Visit GW Campus Advisories or call the GW Information Line at 202 994 5050 for incident updates. If possible, turn on a radio or television and listen for further instructions. If your e mail address or mobile device is registered with Alert DC, check for alert notifications. • Make yourself comfortable and look after one other. You will get word as soon as it is safe to come out. Evacuation We will always evacuate if the fire alarm sounds or if the building we are in becomes unsafe. In the event of an evacuation, please quickly gather your personal belongings (purse, keys, cell phone, GWorld card, etc.) and proceed to the nearest exit. Do not use the elevator. Alert DC Alert DC provides free notification by e mail or text message during an emergency. Visit GW Campus Advisories for a link and instructions on how to sign up for alerts pertaining to GW. If you receive an Alert DC notification during class, please share the information immediately. GW Alert GW Alert provides popup notification to desktop and laptop computers during an emergency. In the event that we receive an alert to the computer in our classroom, we will follow the instructions given. You are also encouraged to download this application to your personal computer. Visit GW Campus Advisories to learn how. Additional Information Additional information about emergency preparedness at GW can be found on GW Campus Advisories .
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