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October 24, 2017

Multimedia Features

October 16, 2017

Architecture challenge

Engaged Michigan: Architecture challenge

Teams of architecture students in an engaged learning workshop called Practice Sessions work with professional mentors over a long weekend to help solve real-world design challenges. In this video, students, faculty and professionals discuss the project, which is funded with a $350,000 grant through U-M's Third Century Initiative.

October 13, 2017

Floodproofing cities

Autonomous Storm Water Valves

In this video, Brandon Wong, doctoral student in civil and environmental engineering, discusses how he and his team from the Real Time Water Systems Lab are trying to change not only how a city can dynamically manage water on-site, but also how they can control water. He is working with Branko Kerkez, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, to develop "smart" stormwater systems to lessen the impacts of flooding. The project has received a $1.8 million National Science Foundation grant.

October 12, 2017

Frogs in Peru

Three species of tiny frogs discovered in Peruvian Andes

A U-M ecologist and his colleagues have discovered three more frog species in the Peruvian Andes, raising to five the number of new frog species the group has found in a remote protected forest since 2012. In this video, Rudolf von May, a postdoctoral researcher in the Rabosky Lab at the Museum of Zoology and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, talks about how they found the tiny creatures that live in the mountain forests and Andean grasslands of central Peru.

October 11, 2017

2017 faculty awards

Provost Martin Philbert presents a Faculty Recognition Award to Margherita Fontana, professor of dentistry, during Monday's annual faculty awards ceremony at the U-M Museum of Art. She was one of 31 faculty members honored for their teaching, scholarship, service and creative activities. (Photo by Scott C. Soderberg, Michigan Photography)

October 10, 2017

Engineering Laboratory Building

Engineering Our Future: UM-Dearborn's new ELB

This video takes a look at UM-Dearbon's new Engineering Laboratory Building, for which construction is expected to begin in spring 2018. Once completed, it will include 123,000 square feet of space — 57,000 square feet of renovation and 66,000 of new building construction.

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