November 26, 2020

COVID-19

  1. November 23, 2020

    Lab courses balance hands-on learning, safety during COVID-19

    While new U-M COVID-19 guidelines are requiring most undergraduates to study remotely for the winter semester, some classes will continue in person. Biochemistry 352 is one such class. 

  2. November 23, 2020

    Majority of Detroiters unlikely to get COVID-19 vaccine

    Sixty-one percent of Detroiters say they are unlikely or very unlikely to get a government-approved COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, according to U-M’s Detroit Metro Area Communities Study.

  3. November 20, 2020

    State forecast: Slow emergence from COVID-19 recession

    Michigan’s economy is expected to gradually emerge from the pandemic-induced recession, but the pace and degree of the recovery will vary widely, U-M economists predict.

  4. November 19, 2020

    Questions added to course evaluations amid ongoing pandemic

    The Office of the Provost is urging academic units to “be mindful and explicit about the context of the term,” when using fall term course evaluations in teaching personnel considerations.

  5. November 19, 2020

    U.S. forecast: Economic growth slowing until vaccine is available

    U-M economists expect a rebound in economic activity, falling unemployment and life returning to “close-to-normal” by the end of next year in the United States as the nation and world recover from the pandemic.

  6. November 17, 2020

    Faculty Q&A: Pandemic stresses global health supply chains

    The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly challenged global supply chains and Ravi Anupindi, professor of technology and operations, says that could impact distribution of an eventual vaccine.

  7. November 16, 2020

    Research continues under state order; some policies adjusted

    A recent state COVID-19 order will not restrict U-M’s research enterprise, but university leadership will adjust some policies for in-person research involving human subjects.

  8. November 15, 2020

    Latest state order imposes further restrictions on campus activity

    The latest state order to curb climbing rates of COVID-19 means most college and university courses must be delivered remotely starting Nov. 18. Intercollegiate athletics may continue, but without any spectators.

  9. November 15, 2020

    Study shows lasting effects of COVID-19 on health, work and more

    Death, rehospitalization and problems with basic activities, jobs, mental health and finances were seen in many COVID-19  patients treated at 38 Michigan hospitals this spring and summer.

  10. November 13, 2020

    Ann Arbor campus students offered additional grading options

    Revisions in the grading policy for the fall 2020 and winter 2021 semesters will offer Ann Arbor campus undergraduates the choice of keeping letter grades or using Pass and No Record COVID assessments on transcripts.