May 7, 2021
Faculty and staff who have been working remotely through the COVID-19 pandemic will begin a gradual return to more on-site work in coming months at the direction of their unit’s leaders.
April 13, 2021
U-M officials said the extension of state workplace restrictions announced by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are not likely to affect current on-site campus work or plans to gradually resume on-site work in the coming months.
March 12, 2021
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.
November 15, 2020
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.
August 31, 2020
Here are some of the ways U-M faculty and staff can pursue their goals and seek support outside of the cubicle, and hear from professionals about how health and well-being can be an integral part of the workplace.
April 2, 2020
With many U-M faculty and staff members working remotely, and in-person activities canceled, the Record has compiled a list of online resources to help during this unprecedented time.
March 25, 2020
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.
March 23, 2020
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.”
March 18, 2020
Although all U-M Library buildings are closed at this time, most library resources and services are available to the U-M community remotely.
March 17, 2020
As impacts from the COVID-19 coronavirus force more people to work remotely, Sue Ashford the Michael and Susan Jandernoa Professor of Management and Organizations, and her colleagues offer some strategies.