March 02, 2021

Campus News

  1. March 2, 2021

    Mcards deactivated for students not following testing requirements

    Mcard access to non-residential campus buildings has been deactivated for 375 undergraduate students, due to their failure to comply with mandatory COVID-19 testing requirements.

  2. March 1, 2021

    U-M experts discuss common vaccine terms and descriptions

  3. March 1, 2021

    New challenge encourages participants to get better sleep

    To help members of the U-M community improve their sleep habits, MHealthy has launched Good Night, Sleep Right, a new eight-week online challenge. Registration is open, and the challenge starts March 15.

  4. March 1, 2021

    Agreements offer no-cost publishing opportunities to U-M authors

    Two new three-year agreements between academic publishers and the Big Ten Academic Alliance are piloting new models for sustainable open access publishing.

  5. March 1, 2021

    Russel Lecture to explore children’s insight into the human mind

    Psychology and linguistics professor Susan Gelman will discuss how children can provide valuable insight into the human mind during U-M’s 96th Henry Russel Lecture.

  6. March 1, 2021

    U-M aims to increase participation during seventh Giving Blueday

    Giving Blueday, the university’s 24-hour celebration of giving, will take place in the spring this year. On March 10, the university will encourage donors around the world to give to the programs and causes they care most about at U-M.

  7. March 1, 2021

    Carpenter uses ‘free time’ to remount elephant skeleton

    Dan Erickson, properties carpenter/artisan in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, and U-M graduate Brian Cressman worked to remount the skeleton of Iki, an Asian elephant that has been on display at Wayne State University for decades.

  8. March 1, 2021

    This Week in U-M History — March 1-7

    On March 1, 1943, students worked out as part of mandatory wartime physical education classes. Read about some of the other things that happened in U-M history during the week of March 1-7.

  9. March 1, 2021

    Obituary — Joe Eisley

    Joe Eisley, professor emeritus of aerospace engineering, died Dec. 30, 2020, at the age of 92. In 1956, he and his wife moved to Ann Arbor where he began a 42-year career as a professor of aerospace engineering at U-M.

  10. March 1, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.