The COVID-19 curve has unflattened. Fast. Now what?

COVID curve goes up

Pandemic historians who showed the power of efforts to ‘flatten the curve’ say it will take all-out effort by individuals, industry, and elected officials to reduce death and suffering until vaccines are available.

  1. June 2020: Coronavirus and U-M

    President Mark Schlissel announces plans to reactivate the Ann Arbor campus. Plus: Links to the latest news, features, and other campus updates regarding COVID-19.

  2. If the shoe fits . . .

    How painting an abstract Nike AJ1 helped self-proclaimed ‘Adidas man’ Shane Ward, BFA ’96, claim his power — and his grace — as an artist, apprentice, and African American man in 2020.

  3. Let’s make a deal

    Future business magnate and 1913 grad George Mason arrived at U-M with an apple in hand and a penchant for negotiation. With one transaction freshman year, he set off a chain of lucrative deals that landed him a Stutz Bearcat.

  4. Weisers establish diabetes institute

    Regent Ron Weiser and his wife, Eileen, have committed $30 million to U-M for diabetes research and the development of life-changing therapies at Michigan Medicine.

  5. U-M no longer hosting Oct. 15 presidential debate

    “Given the scale and complexity of the work we are undertaking to help assure a safe and healthy fall, we feel it is not feasible for us to safely host the debate as planned,” says President Mark Schlissel.

  6. U-M will offer in-person classes this fall

    The details of the fall 2020 semester are being guided by public health experts paired with guidance from the U-M community.