Dear Graduate Students,
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.
While graduate and professional students are not subject to the new order, we understand Continue Reading »
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.
The semester is in full swing, with midterms right around Continue Reading »
This week, we begin to welcome many of our students back to campus. It should be a time of eager anticipation for some, and a welcome return home for others.
But this year has a distinctly different tone.
One of trepidation, or even anger at the state of affairs… Feeling angry for our students, who Continue Reading »
We are pleased to report that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has rescinded the preliminary guidance that was shared earlier this month (6 July) concerning restrictions for international students taking online courses during the Fall 2020 term.
At this time, we are waiting for an official DHS announcement confirming guidance regarding remote Continue Reading »
President Mark Schlissel announced Monday that U-M will launch the fall semester Aug. 31 with a blend of in-person and remote classes, an adjusted academic calendar and an emphasis on the use of face coverings, social distancing and other public health measures.
Wave 3 of Research Re-engagement began the week of June 15, with the remaining College research labs opening.
Wave 2 of Research Re-engagement began June 8, with the opening of 13 additional buildings.
Phase One of the College's return to on-campus operations began May 26 with the pilot wave of additional, non-COVID bench labs opening in the EECS and GGB buildings.