COVID-19

  1. August 29, 2022

    A semester filled with change begins at U-M

    Faculty and staff will encounter plenty of change as they gather on campus to teach, lead and counsel during the 2022-23 academic year.

  2. August 18, 2022

    University issues public health updates ahead of fall term

    U-M is sharing updates to its COVID-19 testing requirements and Vax Viewer, which allows people to submit and view the status of their COVID-19 vaccination information.

  3. August 15, 2022

    University updates COVID-19 website and dashboard

    U-M has revamped its COVID-19 website with streamlined content to better focus on guidance and resources for the Ann Arbor campus community regarding COVID-19.

  4. July 5, 2022

    Vax Viewer to track COVID-19 vaccination compliance records

    U-M has launched Vax Viewer, a user-friendly tool that allows campus community members to submit and view the status of their COVID-19 vaccination information all in one place.

  5. June 21, 2022

    Prison arts project artists to debut exhibit at summer fair

    A group of artists from the U-M Prison Creative Arts Project and incarcerated artists from the United Kingdom will present artworks in the exhibit “We Bear” at the Ann Arbor Art Fair on July 21-23.

  6. June 21, 2022

    U-M COVID-19 response committee shares guidance for fall 2022

    The Ann Arbor campus will maintain its vaccination and face covering policies, along with other COVID-19 prevention measures recommended by the COVID-19 Campus Health Response Committee.

  7. June 16, 2022

    Ernst named chief health officer; new public health structure debuts

    Robert Ernst, associate vice president for student life for health and wellness, and executive director of University Health Service, will become U-M’s chief health officer as the university transitions to a new public health structure.

  8. June 6, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  9. May 31, 2022

    Asian Americans armed selves during pandemic due to racial acts

    Asian Americans who experienced increased acts of racism at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic were more likely to acquire firearms and ammunition for self-defense, researchers at U-M and Eastern Michigan University found.

  10. May 31, 2022

    Survey looks at online government meeting quality, service disparities

    More than half of Michigan’s local officials say that moving government meetings online during the pandemic decreased the overall quality of such gatherings, according to a U-M survey.