1. Message to the community on the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial

    April 20, 2021

    To All Members of the University of Michigan Community: On behalf of the University of Michigan, we want to express our condolences to all who have been painfully affected by the horrendous murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The past several months have been traumatic for many. No verdict will ever adequately soothe the pain, Read more


  2. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    April 16, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: To help assess public health conditions, aid in future decision-making and exempt vaccinated students from some requirements, we are urging students from all three campuses to report when they receive their final COVID-19 vaccine dose. The number of new COVID-19 student cases is Read more


  3. Health Lab: Epidemic of Firearm Injury Spurs New Wave of Research

    April 15, 2021

    https://labblog.uofmhealth.org/industry-dx/epidemic-of-firearm-injury-spurs-new-wave-of-research


  4. Dr. Robert Sellers stepping down Dec. 31 as vice provost for equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer

    April 13, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: As we near the end of the first five-year cycle of the university’s strategic plan for diversity, equity and inclusion, it is an especially important time for us to celebrate all we have accomplished, evaluate what has worked well, and anticipate the progress yet to come. While it Read more


  5. This week’s Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine clinics switching to Pfizer vaccine

    To All Members of the University Community: The University of Michigan, in collaboration with our vaccination partners, is switching this week’s Ann Arbor clinics at the Michigan Athletics Indoor Training Center and Meijer that were administering the Johnson and Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine to the two-dose Pfizer vaccine instead. Additionally, the Michigan Medicine J&J clinics in Read more


  6. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    April 9, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: This week, we were pleased to announce opportunities for students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. We partnered with the state and private pharmacies to bring the one-and-done Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine to our students. We continue to seek more supply for faculty and staff Read more


  7. Upcoming vaccination options for students

    April 7, 2021

    Dear Students: GREAT NEWS!!! We are pleased to announce opportunities for you to receive a COVID-19 vaccine next week, and we strongly encourage you to make an appointment as soon as possible. Getting vaccinated will keep you healthy, help us all get back to the activities we love, and reduce our need for as many public health Read more


  8. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    April 2, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: We are addressing a significant surge in COVID-19 cases among U-M undergraduate students, graduate students and employees. This trend is occurring as Washtenaw County case counts also continue to increase. We urge everyone to continue to follow prevention measures for socializing safely. U-M students Read more


  9. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    March 26, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: Washtenaw County case numbers continue to increase. However, U-M COVID-19 student case counts remain lower and represent 9 percent of the cases in the county. Michigan Medicine administers 100 percent of vaccine it receives – but it receives relatively little. Michigan Medicine’s Read more


  10. Weekly U-M Ann Arbor COVID-19 Update

    March 19, 2021

    To All Members of the Campus Community: Here are the main updates at-a-glance: Student COVID-19 case counts remain low and represent only 12 percent of the cases in Washtenaw County. Thank you again for your diligence. To give all Michiganders access to vaccines within a 20-minute drive, the state is sending most of its vaccine supply Read more