Engineering follow up to Stay-In-Place order

Michigan Engineering Undergraduates –

Yesterday, you heard from the University and the Washtenaw County Health Department about preventive COVID-19 measures that have been enacted, including a stay-in-place order issued for undergraduate U-M students and an adjustment to some undergraduate courses.

We know you have questions. Here’s what covered in this email:

  • Why this happened

  • How

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ENGIN UPDATE: Yesterday’s order | need-to-knows, next steps & coming soon

The College of Engineering’s weekly update aims to provide transparent and frequent information about how the College is operating, adapting and caring for its community. Updated information can always be found at the College’s COVID website. Questions and feedback can be submitted here

Yesterday, we all received information about a county order and Continue Reading »

Engineering follow-up from today’s stay-at-home order

Dear Engineering faculty members:

Earlier today, you heard from the University and the Washtenaw County Health Department about preventive COVID-19 measures that have been enacted, including a stay-at-home order issued for undergraduate U-M students and an adjustment to some undergraduate courses.

These measures, although disappointing to some, were taken to further support community health, exercise Continue Reading »

Undergraduate students: 14-day Stay in Place order

This afternoon, the University announced that a preventative 14-day stay-in-place order for U-M undergraduate students was issued, requiring them to remain in their current designated residences. The University took additional steps to ensure campus safety and provide options for faculty and students:

  • For undergraduate students, all classes that are substantially enhanced by in-person instruction due
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ENGIN UPDATE: Step by step – if an individual tests positive

The College of Engineering’s weekly update aims to provide transparent and frequent information about how the College is operating, adapting and caring for its community. Updated information can always be found at the College’s COVID website. Questions and feedback can be submitted here

 

Hopefully you’ve had the chance to join President Schlissel’s new Continue Reading »

Academic Integrity Town Hall, Course Planning, Voting Resources

The College of Engineering’s weekly update aims to provide transparent and frequent information about how the College is operating, adapting and caring for its community. Updated information can always be found at the College’s COVID website. Questions and feedback can be submitted here

Greetings Michigan Engineering faculty and staff. It’s week four and Continue Reading »