‘Normal’ is a moving target these days, but the initial days of the fall semester brought back many of the things we love about college life.
University leaders released a detailed policy last week for faculty, staff and students not in compliance with the vaccine requirement. We break it down, including how it could impact the fall semester.
A summer tutoring program from Experience+ helped children of faculty, staff and students who faced a challenging K-12 academic year.
The Hub’s Sarah Silverman talks about how to have productive team meetings if some of you are remote, and some are in the office.
With increasing COVID-19 cases and contagious variants, U-M announces an updated face covering policy that goes into effect Aug. 11. It will be reevaluated after the fall semester begins.
Students, faculty and staff on all U-M campuses must submit vaccine information by Aug. 30.
No matter the weather — rain, wind or sun — UM-Dearborn graduates walked across the stage during a week-long celebration of their accomplishments.
University of Michigan-Dearborn announces innovative and flexible approach to safety for the Fall 2021 semester: COVID vaccine or testing requirement
The university plans a robust return to campus this fall, with most classes taught fully in person or in hybrid fashion and a return of on-campus student support services, co-curricular activities and campus services.
Three pre-med students started a research project exploring how the global pandemic affects the mental state of patients ages 65+. Their on-going research project is among the 22 virtual student presentations in CASL's 2021 Sargon Partners Undergraduate Research Showcase.
The pandemic highlighted a fundamental contradiction of our economic system today: The caring labor that’s assigned the lowest value, and is often performed by women, is also essential. Feminist economist Professor Suzanne Bergeron says people in power have taken note.
UM-Dearborn’s facilities teams are going beyond recommended standards in some cases to ease folks' nerves about returning to the office.
A UM-Dearborn education professor talks about the impact of pandemic learning, how we can catch students up, and why the K-12 classroom may never be the same.
Looking at the federal government’s recent stimulus and relief packages, COB Faculty member Mercedes Miranda relies on economics research, history and her financial expertise to put the debt into perspective and share what the long-term economic effects may be.
Megan Lohner’s family has shouldered many of COVID’s biggest impacts. Now a post-graduation homecoming finds her producing Pfizer’s groundbreaking vaccine.
Two UM-Dearborn experts explain why equity and vaccine hesitancy are proving to be such persistent challenges.
Mardigian Library is creating an archive of campus experiences during COVID through artistic expression and oral history.
University leaders recently shared updates on plans for the rest of winter semester, what to expect for summer and fall, some good news about athletics, and a big good-to-know about vaccines.
Knowing the importance of hands-on learning to understand scientific processes, professors adjusted their lab lessons so students could continue to benefit from experiential learning wherever their locations. And students say it’s working.
If you’re looking for silver linings, here’s one.
African and African American Studies Assistant Professor Terri Laws talks about the role of transparency, acknowledgement and actionable change in repairing the broken trust behind the COVID vaccine hesitation in communities of color.
The next phase of the pandemic could be a test of how much we’ve learned about inequity in America.
Students and faculty talk about the challenges and surprising payoffs of their virtual tutoring experiences this semester.
You’ve probably noticed the house down the street sold in days — over asking — during a recession and a pandemic. COB Associate Professor Lee Redding explains what’s going on.
University leaders shared their thoughts on how things are going this semester, the state of the budget, and what we can expect in 2021.
Associate Professor Joshua Akers talks about the Detroit housing crisis on the horizon, what people are doing to help, and why the Dec. 31 eviction moratorium date ignores the reality of increasing COVID case numbers locally and across the nation.