The College of Engineering’s weekly update aims to provide transparent and frequent information about how the College is operating, caring for its community and planning for the future.
VACCINE CLINIC OPENINGS – GET YOUR FREE VACCINE ASAP
The University of Michigan highly encourages all eligible individuals to consider receiving a COVID-19 vaccination as opportunities become available. Vaccinations are free and will help us all be together again safely. Don’t miss your shot, each one counts!
Below are details on clinics openings available right now and how to register. All of this information is also listed at campusblueprint.umich.edu/vaccine.
Thursday (TODAY), April 22 and Friday, April 23
Location: Meijer, 3145 Ann Arbor-Saline Road, Ann Arbor, MI
To register: Text ‘GoBlue’ to 75049 or visit https://clinic.meijer.com/register/CL0064
Second doses: May 13 and 14
FREE transportation provided by CSG
Friday, April 23 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Michigan Stadium
Walk-in Clinic: No registration necessary
Second doses: Week of May 10th
REGISTER FOR DEAN’S STATE OF THE COLLEGE FOR STAFF
Staff are encouraged to join Dean Gallimore on Thursday, May 13, 2021, from 8:30 – 10:00 am for his bi-annual virtual State of the College Address followed by Q&A. Topics will include:
- An overview of the College’s performance this academic year
- An update on how we are preparing for a predominantly in-person academic year as outlined in President Schlissel’s recent communication
- Other key matters related to staff and Fall planning
CHANGES COMING TO U-M ZOOM ON MAY 18 – ACTION NEEDED
On May 18, 2021, the university will roll out changes to U-M Zoom to improve security and ensure that U-M Zoom may continue to meet the university community’s needs. U-M Zoom users are being notified of these changes on a rolling basis. It is important that you take action if you are hosting Zoom Meetings on or after May 18 or have Zoom cloud recordings you wish to retain.
SURVEY RESULTS: COVID-19 TESTING
Four weeks ago we asked you to take a short survey about the Campus/College’s COVID testing philosophy and infrastructure. Nearly 300 faculty and staff members completed the survey. Thank you.
We are consolidating the feedback and identifying patterns. Our goal is to create a resource that summarizes the data and addresses common themes. We will share that in an upcoming Engin Update.