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August 1, 2014

Summer internship

Recent University of Michigan graduate Sam White (left) and engineering student Erin Alderink visit with Professor Kenneth Lutz of the University of Delaware, faculty member-in-residence for the Washington Internship for Students of Engineering program on Capitol Hill. White and Alderink were among 11 students from around the nation who spent nine weeks in Washington this summer learning about the public policy process. Each student concluded their work with a talk and Q&A session, as well as a paper on a topical engineering-related public policy issue. White and Alderink interned with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in Washington, D.C., and did presentations focused on energy policy issues. (Photo by Mike Waring, U-M Washington Office)

July 28, 2014

Passenger pigeons

This Lewis Cross painting captures the powerful presence of an enormous flock of passenger pigeons passing through an area on a search for food. To mark the 100-year extinction of the birds, the Museum of Natural History through January 2015 is presenting an exhibit on the life and death of the passenger pigeon. (Courtesy of the Lakeshore Museum Center, Muskegon)

 

July 21, 2014

Agave in bloom

The rare blooming of the American agave plant at Matthaei Botanical Gardens is underway. The more-than-80-year-old plant, which has grown so tall that it pokes through conservatory's ceiling, will bloom and then die, but but not before leaving behind some genetically identical "pups." View an ongoing photo gallery of the agave stalk's progress, and learn more about this intriguing plant. (Photo courtesy of Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum)

July 16, 2014

Decommissioning North Hall

From left, Army 2nd Lt. David Hilden, Marine Sgt. Jeffrey Evans, Navy Ensign Sean Carrigan and Air Force 2nd Lt. Ashley Elliott lower and fold the American flag from in front of North Hall during a July 11 ceremony to decommission the home of the Army, Navy and Air Force Officer Education Programs, which will move to the Chemistry Building and the Ruthven Museums Building. North Hall is set to be demolished to make room for the new Biological Science Building. (Photo by Eric Bronson, Michigan Photography)

July 14, 2014

Welcome President Mark Schlissel

President Mark Schlissel chats with Gov. Rick Snyder, who stopped by the Fleming Building on Monday morning to welcome Schlissel on his first day as U-M's 14th president. (Photo by Scott C. Soderberg, Michigan Photography)

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