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

    Mark Rivett posted June 23, 2020

    Read full story on The Record

    The University of Michigan will no longer host one of three presidential debates planned this fall in the run-up to the Nov. 3 general election, but related campus programming will continue.

    The Commission on Presidential Debates announced June 23 that the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County in Miami, Florida, will host the Oct. 15 debate that had been planned for Crisler Center on U-M’s athletics campus.

    President Mark Schlissel

    Mark Schlissel: University of Michigan President

    “Given the scale and complexity of the work we are undertaking to help assure a safe and healthy fall for our students, faculty and staff and limited visitors — and in consideration of the public health guidelines in our state as well as advice from our own experts — we feel it is not feasible for us to safely host the presidential debate as planned.”

    Read full story on The Record


  2. Michigan Public Health Experts Coronavirus Information and Updates

    Mark Rivett posted March 24, 2020

    Part of our work at Michigan Public Health is to protect health and health care systems while minimizing the spread of disease. As COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, continues to spread we are sharing these resources from faculty at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

    Here is a current list of informational articles featuring Michigan Public Health experts. We encourage you to read and share these resources as broadly as you are able throughout your networks.


  3. University of Michigan Health Professionals Have Been Closely Monitoring the Spread of COVID-19

    Mark Rivett posted March 16, 2020

    Please visit the University of Michigan Public Affairs website for information.

    This is a rapidly evolving situation. U-M officials and medical experts, in close coordination with the state and local public health experts, are closely monitoring for developments and will offer additional guidance to the university community as soon as it is available.

    Please visit the University of Michigan Public Affairs website for information.


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