Academics

Tuesday afternoon's SACUA meeting, convened over Zoom, focused on the University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs held an online meeting on Monday afternoon with Interim Provost Susan M.

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On March 16, the day the University of Michigan officially began online classes in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, a student, who will be referred to in this a

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Prospective University of Michigan student David Chu was looking forward to touring the University’s campus for his first time before making a college decision — until the coronavirus outbreak changed his plans.

U-M President Mark Schlissel spoke about COVID-19 at the virtual SACUA meeting Monday evening.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel virtually joined the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs and responded to questions about how the University of Michigan is handling the ongoing spread of

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The closure of all K-12 public schools in Michigan has left School of Education students — who were in the middle of their student-teaching or in-classroom internships — using alte

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The University of Michigan’s transition to online classes has presented unique obstacles for fine arts students, who have had their recitals impacted, face issues obtaining necessary materials and experience difficulty practicing their disciplines remotely.

Interim provost Susan Collins made an announcement to students Friday morning elaborating on the university’s grading policy for the winter term.

In an email sent to students Friday morning, Interim Provost Susan Collins provided updates to students on grading plans for the remainder of the winter semester. 

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As backpacking — the period when students select potential classes prior to officially registering — quickly approaches for the fall term, many students are awaiting their enrollment appointment time, which goes live on March 30 at 8 a.m. on Wolverine Access.

Joy Beatty speaks to the Senate Advisory Committee on Feb. 10, 2020. This week's meeting was convened on BlueJeans, following the University's response to COVID-19.

In light of the University of Michigan’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs convened Monday on BlueJean

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After the first week of transitioning to remote learning platforms, some University of Michigan students and faculty faced scheduling adjustments, particularly related to difficulties with time zones.