Leadership Crisis Challenge
Students playing the role of angry citizens "protest" a fictional water-contamination crisis as part of the 2017 Leadership Crisis Challenge, a 24-hour simulation in which U-M students tackle an ever-changing crisis situation. Read more about the graduate student challenge, which took place last week and was organized by the Sanger Leadership Center at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. The undergraduate challenge will be March 23-24. (Photo by Lon Horwedel)
MLK keynote discussion
Journalist Amy Goodman (left) interviews actress, writer and producer Issa Rae during Monday's keynote event kicking off the 31st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium at Hill Auditorium. (Photo by Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography)
Reflections on MLK
As the university prepares to celebrate the Rev. Martin Luther King Day today with a variety of events that are part of the MLK Symposium, Vice Provost and Chief Diversity Officer Rob Sellers inaugurates a video blog in which he discusses the impact of the activities at U-M and chats about his own connection to the late civil rights leader.
New crash-test dummies
As the American population gets older and fatter, the crash-test dummies used to test the cars people drive are changing too. This video shows some of the new dummies, developed with input from U-M trauma experts, that are being used to help car manufacturers create safer vehicles for today's drivers.
Collage Concert at 40
The School of Music, Theatre & Dance's annual Collage Concert marks its 40th anniversary this year with a performance titled "A Study in Antithesis, A Celebration of Virtuosity." This video offers a brief history of the annual event, which was launched in 1977 by the late Gustav Meier, a former professor of music. The 2017 performance pays tribute U-M's bicentennial and to Meier, who died in May 2016. The concert begins at 8 p.m. Saturday at Hill Auditorium.