Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Education & Society

  1. COVID forced psychiatric care online, and many patients want it to stay there

    Most patients opted for video, but the future of virtual mental health visits is less certain due to reimbursement.

  2. Museum scientists: Prepare for next pandemic by preserving animal specimens now

    The emergence of infectious diseases attributed to novel pathogens that “spill over” from animal populations into humans is on the rise. Museum specimens hold important clues.

  3. Opinion: Insurrection in Washington

    Hear from University experts as they reflect on events of Jan. 6 in which rioters, incited by unproven election fraud claims perpetrated by President Trump, stormed the U.S. Capitol, resulting in five fatalities.

  4. Michigan Medicine launches COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Michigan Stadium

    Michigan Medicine has already vaccinated nearly 7,000 health care workers and, through the opening of the Stadium and other planned locations, aims to deliver all vaccine doses received from the state quickly and safely.

  5. U-M publishes free guides packed with advice and wisdom from COVID-19 patients, caregivers

    Practical tips for COVID-19 hospital and post-hospital care available for anyone to use, and for any hospital or health system to adapt and publish.

  6. How to manage your digital life

    With so much of our lives online — photos, videos, financial records, creative projects — many of us have become de facto archivists. Staff at the U-M Library offer a primer to organize your digital universe.

  7. #lostring #foundring #maizeandbluemiracle

    When Matt Sherman, MBA ’05, found a wedding band on a New York City curbside in early December, he set in motion a maize-and-blue miracle that only a fellow Wolverine could believe.

  8. ‘Young Sharks’ gives fourth graders an entrepreneurial edge

    A creative UM-Flint program exposes elementary school-aged children to business, startups, and all the possibilities that can spring from their curiosity and creativity.

  9. Is the end in sight?

    Get an inside look at the COVID-19 vaccine development and approval process with U-M Professor of Epidemiology Arnold Monto. He is the acting chair of the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products and Advisory Committee.