A high percentage of the population may experience “re-entry anxiety” as more people get vaccinated, guidelines are loosened and the masks come off, according to WVU psychologists.
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As Stores Reopen, Which Customers Are Most Likely to Return? New research in MIT Sloan Review reveals how consumer preferences have changed and how retailers can adapt.
As Stores Reopen, Which Customers Are Most Likely to Return? New research reveals how consumer preferences have changed and how retailers can adapt. https://sloanreview-mit-edu.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/sloanreview.mit.edu/article/as-stores-reopen-which-customers-are-most-likely-to-return/amp Professors Patrick Lynch and Richard Ettenson available for commentary, analysis, and interviews. The COVID-19 pandemic and…
Research Group Wins and Loses Through COVID-19
In our series, The ECS Community Adapts and Advances, Shelley Minteer reviews changes—both positive and negative—wrought by the pandemic on her research group.
Shelley holds the Dale and Susan Poulter Endowed Chair of Biological Chemistry and Associate Chair of Chemistry at the University of Utah. The Minteer Research Group works at the interface of electrochemistry, biology, synthesis, and materials chemistry, to provide solutions and address challenges in the areas of catalysis, fuel cells, sensing, and energy storage.