1. March 30, 2020

    COVID-19 pandemic disrupts U-M research projects far and wide

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, a wide variety of U-M research projects are feeling the effects. Here are just a few of those individual researchers who have been affected.

  2. March 29, 2020

    University Record cuts back print editions in April

    The University Record is reducing publication of its print edition for the month of April, and will publish April 20 only, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic at U-M.

  3. March 27, 2020

    U-M adopts alternative grading for graduate, professional courses

    Graduate and most professional degree programs at U-M’s Ann Arbor campus are adopting an alternative grading policy for the remainder of the semester to address challenges related to COVID-19.

  4. March 26, 2020

    HR announces benefit updates in response to COVID-19

    Members of the U-M community covered under university health plans now have coverage for virtual medical and behavioral health visits, and cost sharing is waived for virtual medical visits through April 30.

  5. March 25, 2020

    U-M discontinues Emergency Call Center for COVID-19

    U-M will suspend operation of its emergency call center related to the university’s response to COVID-19 as the community moves into sustained operations during the pandemic.

  6. March 25, 2020

    ITS answers top three tech questions for connecting from home

    As the U-M community adjusts and responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are working from home and connecting online with colleagues, often for the first time. ITS is here to help.

  7. March 24, 2020

    Data science fellow figuring out how quickly COVID-19 spreads

    U-M Institute for Data Science research fellow Qianying Lin has been working with a team of Hong Kong- and China-based researchers to estimate the transmissibility of COVID-19.

  8. March 23, 2020

    Spring, summer courses to be conducted remotely

    Spring and summer term courses at U-M will be conducted remotely in alternative formats, part of the university’s effort to “flatten the curve” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  9. March 23, 2020

    Schlissel outlines university operations under new state order

    President Mark Schlissel says all U-M employees should now work remotely “unless your unit needs you on campus to maintain the work we’ve identified as critical to our mission.”

  10. March 23, 2020

    Quick guide of well-being resources for COVID-19 coping

    MHealthy has compiled a guide for resources people may find useful as they deal with the social isolation and dramatically different daily work situations under coronavirus restrictions.