Research Reactivation Update
Last Update November 16, 2020
MSU continues working toward an efficient and safe research reactivation. As of early November, approximately 700 research labs and studios are now open under modified conditions. Please note that, Executive Order 2020-90 notwithstanding, on site research activities should NOT resume without approval.
Using the outline tool below, researchers should work with their departments, institutes, and colleges to develop their Laboratory Plan for a Safe Return and submit for approval.
For updates related to the MDHHS restrictions issued Nov. 15, 2020 and extended on Dec. 7, please refer to Research Safety Reminders to research teams memo dated Nov. 16, 2020 and Safety Reminders and Important Updates to Deans, Directors and Chairs on Dec. 4, 2020,
Daily Health Screening Questionnaire Form
A new health screening form has been developed by the University Physician's office and supersedes any unit developed versions. Faculty, staff, and students should complete the form before reporting to any MSU location and it will automatically send a confirmation to the employee's supervisor. All form information is managed by the University Physician's office.
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