COVID-19 Safety Update
As we plan for EEC 2021, your safety is our number one priority. We will continue to consider the best available information from public health, the University of Idaho, and our service partners as we plan for face-to-face course delivery.
In partnership with Gritman Medical Center, the university has established an operational testing laboratory at the hospital where U of I and Gritman employees are working together to greatly increase and accelerate the testing capabilities of the Palouse region. Additional information about how the University of Idaho is handling Covid-19 can be found at uidaho.edu/coronavirus.
The University Inn, our EEC hotel partner, is executing these protocols.
Transportation within Moscow
We anticipate that many of you will be more comfortable renting a car and being responsible for your own transportation while you are in Moscow. We will be able to provide you with parking passes for campus parking. For those of you who prefer not to keep a car, we will have the ability to transport you to and from the classroom on campus using the Vandal Trolley. Safe capacity guidelines will be followed. The hotel is near the classroom and traffic will not be an issue here in June. Walking is always a great option as well. We’ll be collecting transportation information from you prior to the course to help us provide support.
Public health guidelines will be observed during all group meals provided during the course. Seating will be configured for appropriate distancing. We hope to host several meals outdoors. Moscow is beautiful in June.
We know that networking is one of the most valuable EEC take-aways. We’re working with the hotel to expand the hospitality space into the courtyard to allow for a safe evening social environment.
EEC Summit in Coeur d’Alene
The Coeur d’Alene Resort, our Summit hotel partner, is executing these protocols.