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Research News

Learn how ECE researchers are helping the world to combat, understand, and adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for future outbreaks. News >

COVID-19 has drastically upended normal life for everyone, and ECE is no exception. With classes going online, having to shift how we do lab courses and research, cancelling events including commencement, and the added stress of social isolation, we are all navigating this new normal.

Here in ECE, we believe that maintaining a sense of community is more important than ever. Reach out to one another; communicate your needs with your instructors; have virtual study groups; and take advantage of the counseling resources we have to offer.

In this section, you will find a variety of important resources and information to help adapt to the new routines.

Virtual or not, we are here for you!

ECE COVID-19 Resources

ECE life under quarantine

A look into on how students, faculty, and staff are adapting to life under COVID-19. ECE life under quarantine >

Contacts

ECE staff is here to help! eceadvising@umich.edu EE and CE undergraduate questions
ece-grad-programs@umich.edu ECE graduate questions Other Key Contacts for Student Support >

Building access

Entrance to all North Campus buildings require an Mcard. If you need Library assistance, please contact: Paul Grochowski (ECE subject librarian)

COE and U-M COVID-19 Resources and Information

Conditions continue to change rapidly around the world, across the country, and within the University of Michigan. Please check the resources below for up-to-date information. Much of the information is changing frequently – but some of what stays constant are the offices and individuals ready to assist students, faculty, and staff with the challenges they are facing.