1. February 21, 2022

    U-M experts: ‘Great Resignation’ a misnomer for tight labor market

    The so-called Great Resignation of people leaving jobs during the pandemic is widely misunderstood, according to faculty panelists at a recent U-M webinar.

  2. February 18, 2022

    COVID-19 dashboard now reflects U-M community’s booster status

    A majority of U-M students, faculty and staff have been verified as up to date on their COVID-19 vaccinations, according to the university’s COVID-19 dashboard, which now includes the booster status for the campus community.

  3. February 16, 2022

    New pandemic relief programs offer funding to support faculty

    The Provost’s Office and the Office of the Vice President for Research have each launched programs to financially support faculty whose research and scholarship were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. February 8, 2022

    Maternity care workers expressed anguish early in pandemic

    Researchers from the School of Nursing and the Obstetrics Initiative at Michigan Medicine asked nurses, physicians and midwives across Michigan, “How has COVID-19 impacted your work?”

  5. February 4, 2022

    University issues update on campus COVID-19 activity

    The university says Ann Arbor campus COVID-19 activity is showing signs of sustained improvement, and that units will begin enforcing booster compliance.

  6. February 2, 2022

    Pandemic put emphasis on work passion over financial security

    Job instability during the COVID-19 pandemic saw millions of workers place greater importance on work passion rather than financial security, a U-M study shows.

  7. January 31, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  8. January 27, 2022

    University’s COVID-19 booster deadline approaching

    More than 38,000 individuals on U-M’s three campuses have been verified as receiving their COVID-19 booster ahead of the Feb. 4 deadline.

  9. January 25, 2022

    Neighborhoods play role in older adults’ pandemic experience

    U-M researchers found that some older adults reported less social interaction and diminished relationships with their neighbors during the pandemic, while others reported more.

  10. January 25, 2022

    Q&A: What do we know about the omicron variant?

    Laraine Washer, professor of internal medicine, answers some common questions about the highly contagious omicron variant and what being infected means.