May 15, 2021

pandemic

  1. March 12, 2021

    Fall plan to include most classes in person, open residence halls

    The U-M community will return to campus this fall with most classes taught in person, residence halls open at nearly 80 percent capacity, athletic events with fans in the stands, and the campus abuzz with activity.

  2. March 11, 2021

    Commemorating the loss and lessons of COVID’s first year

    As U-M marks the one-year anniversary of having our lives changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, several events over the next few days offer opportunities for the campus to reflect and remember.

  3. March 9, 2021

    Construction to resume on new hospital at Michigan Medicine

    Michigan Medicine has received approval to restart construction on its new, state-of-the-art hospital, which was paused in March 2020 during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. February 26, 2021

    Salary, hiring freezes to ease with approved FY ’22 budget

    When the new fiscal year begins, and subject to budget approval, U-M employees will again be eligible for merit raises and campus units will be able to begin to fill critical faculty and staff vacancies.

  5. February 25, 2021

    Faculty and students address health disparities, social inequities

    As the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected Black communities, U-M faculty, students and staff have worked to explore these inequities and identify ways to advocate for and implement change.

  6. February 4, 2021

    Spring Commencement to be conducted virtually this year

    U-M will conduct a virtual 2021 Spring Commencement due to ongoing health and safety concerns from the global COVID-19 pandemic. The event will begin at noon May 1.

  7. October 4, 2020

    Pandemic takeaway: Time to waive GRE requirement for public health degrees?

    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, a U-M doctoral student’s research finds some programs are now taking a hard look at the value of the Graduate Record Exam in public health programs.

  8. May 26, 2020

    Medical students drive development of new pandemic course

    Led largely by students, a rapidly developed course on pandemics implemented this spring is likely to become a permanent part of the Medical School curriculum.