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May 24, 2017

Multimedia Features

May 18, 2017

Election security

J. Alex Halderman (at podium), professor of electrical engineering and computer science, gave a presentation titled "Strengthening Election Cybersecurity" during a congressional briefing in Washington, D.C., on Monday. The briefing focused on how to best safeguard America’s representative government, and vulnerabilities and threats to electronic voting technologies. The panelists offered suggestions and actions lawmakers could take to strengthen election security. (Photo by Kristina Ko, Washington Office)

May 17, 2017

Beyond Carbon Neutral

Beyond Carbon Neutral, an initiative launched last year that is led by the U-M Energy Institute in cooperation with the National Wildlife Federation, seeks to develop technologies, programs and policies to raise the rate at which carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere. In this video, Levi Thompson, Richard E. Balzhiser Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering, and professor of chemical engineering and of mechanical engineering, discusses the need for the initiative and what it will do. 

May 16, 2017

Remembering their professors

As the university looks back on its first 200 years and ahead to its third century, several alumni look back on the faculty members who defined their educational experience and made a difference during their time at U-M.

May 15, 2017

Cosmogonic Tattoos

For the U-M bicentennial, artist Jim Cogswell, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and professor of art and design, has created a series of public window installations in response to the holdings of the U-M Museum of Art and the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. In this video, Cogswell describes the idea behind the displays and how he created them.

May 12, 2017

Ready to work

The Bridge to Work Program is a collaboration among the Michigan Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, U-M Human Resources, Michigan Rehabilitation Services and Work Skills Corp. It provides pathways to employment for young people with pediatric-onset disabilities. In this video, Ned Kirsch, clinical associate professor emeritus of physical medicine and rehabilitation, and Lois Allen, general manager for Central Campus Dining Services, discuss the program and how it's helping one young chef thrive.