October 31, 2020

coronavirus

  1. October 29, 2020

    Study shows mood, sleep issues for health care workers

    A new survey of more than 800 health care workers by Michigan Medicine researchers finds reason to increase support for front-line employees as the pandemic continues.

  2. October 28, 2020

    University provides additional clarity on COVID-19 dashboard

    U-M has added more test results to its COVID-19 dashboard and provided further clarity around who has been tested, part of a continued effort to enhance data tracking related to COVID-19 within the university community.

  3. October 26, 2020

    Sixteen faculty members named to COVID-19 council

    SACUA has selected members of a council to meet with President Mark Schlissel and Provost Susan M. Collins to bring forward ideas, discuss concerns and offer suggestions about the university’s response to the pandemic.

  4. October 23, 2020

    Give blood, save a life during U-M donor event

    Blood donations are much needed during the pandemic, they are part of this year’s “Be a Hero at the Big House” event, which has moved to two Ann Arbor locations Nov. 1.

  5. October 23, 2020

    U-M undergraduate enrollment steady for fall 2020

    In a year marked by a global pandemic, national recession and international travel restrictions, undergraduate enrollment at U-M’s Ann Arbor campus increased slightly this fall compared to last fall.

  6. October 21, 2020

    Study identifies those at higher risk of COVID-19 hospitalization

    Black patients and people with type 2 diabetes or kidney disease and living in high-population density areas are associated with higher risk for COVID-19 hospitalization, a new U-M study shows.

  7. October 21, 2020

    Michiganders with COVID-19 felt a medical, economic double whammy

    A joint study that seeks to document Michiganders’ experiences with the novel coronavirus found Michigan residents have endured long recovery and reduced employment because of COVID-19.

  8. October 20, 2020

    More undergrad courses going online after stay-in-place order

    U-M will shift more of its undergraduate classes to fully remote instruction for the remainder of the fall semester after Washtenaw County issued a 14-day stay-in-place order for undergraduate students.

  9. October 20, 2020

    Epidemiologist Arnold Monto to lead COVID-19 vaccine hearings

    Arnold Monto, a leading epidemiologist at the School of Public Health, will serve as acting chair of the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee meeting.

  10. October 19, 2020

    The show must go on: Michigan Marching Band goes virtual

    While Michigan football returns this weekend, the Michigan Marching Band will not be on the field. It is preparing its first show in a virtual season that has changed nearly all aspects of the band experience.