The University of Michigan-Dearborn invites our community to share their stories and thoughts about the COVID-19 pandemic, and learn more about the impact of this coronavirus on our society. To that end, we would like to connect you with these resources:
- University of Michigan COVID-19 Archive: Digitally housed in the Mardigian Library, this archive is an opportunity for the University community to share their experiences during the pandemic, including both struggles and accomplishments.
- Pandemic Perspectives Course: This free, online course is an opportunity to learn more about the pandemic and its potential impacts.
- COVID Chronicles: Through a series of virtual meetings over 6 weeks, high school and college students will find community as they process thoughts, emotions, and experiences of living during a pandemic. Students must apply to take part in this opportunity.
- COVID Concerns: As we begin to process the pandemic as a campus community, we encourage you to share your thoughts and questions about the impact of coronavirus on our society in the area below.
Share your thoughtful questions, concerns, and ideas regarding the pandemic using the tools below. In the first section, select any of the wider societal questions that are on your mind. In the form area, add any others that you feel are missing. These submissions will be used to inform future programming and course curricula as we continue to process this pandemic as a community.
This section is not intended for questions about the University's response to COVID-19. To learn more about the University's responses to the pandemic, please visit Go Safe-Go Blue.
As more people submit their thoughts, we will update this list with the most common themes.