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University monitoring spread of avian influenza

With avian influenza now found in Asia, Europe and Africa, the University is preparing for the possible arrival of the virus in North America. Experts stress, however, that the virus currently poses little threat to humans.

U-M health professionals, academic leaders, human resources experts, communicators and other key administrators have been meeting regularly since September to discuss measures to protect the campus communities in Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint if bird flu becomes a human health problem in the United States. More>


'Expect Respect' to build awareness

U-M is launching a campus-wide program aimed at fostering a respectful and inclusive community, and raising awareness about hate crimes and bias-related incidents. More>


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