UA PRESIDENT ROBBINS: The University of Arizona is working with the state to provide hundreds of thousands of antibody tests for first responders and health care workers. UA President Robert Robbins discusses the new partnership and how he anticipates the pandemic will impact the fall semester. Arizona 360 also hears from graduating seniors disappointed by the cancellation of May’s commencement. FUNERALS AND RITUALS CHANGED: Tony Paniagua reports on how local funeral homes have adjusted to restrictions under COVID-19. Anthropologist Maribel Alvarez explains how the outbreak could significantly alter long-held rituals and traditions. VULNERABLE POPULATIONS: University of Arizona anthropologist Megan Carney discusses the outbreak’s impact on populations considered vulnerable and ways the community can come together during times of crisis. UA RESEARCH: Arizona 360 looks at how faculty at the University of Arizona have formed the COVID-19 Research Coordination Group where they share their expertise to devise solutions aimed at helping state and local efforts to flatten the curve.