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April 21, 2014

Michigan Experience Day

The Center for Educational Outreach recently welcomed 130 top high school students from across the Lower Peninsula for Michigan Experience Day. They visited a residence hall, a classroom lecture, and a roundtable discussion with current U-M students. Ryan Lorch, right, leads an aspiring group of natural science scholars on a campus tour. "We hope to inspire these students to apply to U-M in the fall and inform them of the value of attending college," said CEO Program Coordinator Emily Flinkstrom. (Photo by Roger Hart, Michigan Photography)

April 18, 2014

Purple gang

There was a decidedly younger set of students on the Diag on Thursday as children and staff from U-M's children's centers performed a flash mob, sporting purple outfits and singing songs to raise awareness for the importance of early childhood education. (Photo by Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography)

April 17, 2014

Robot companions?

How close are we to having robot companions? | MconneX | MichEpedia

Will advances in artificial intelligence bring us closer to having robots in our homes? In this video, Satinder Baveja, a professor of computer science and engineering who works in artificial intelligence and machine learning, discusses the goals and outlook for research in making robots that think like humans.

April 16, 2014

Energy efficiency

Ann Arbor Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Fund

Five 2013 Dow Sustainability Fellows from U-M have partnered with the City of Ann Arbor to create financial incentives for landlords and renters to increase energy efficiency. This video highlights the collaboration that is having an on-the-ground sustainability impact.

April 15, 2014

Warm-weather Wolverines

The staff that works to support the Brain Attack Surveillance in Corpus Christi project donned blue fleeces featuring the Block M this year to ward off what was a chilly winter by Texas standards. But this U-M field office is still marked by palm trees and sunshine most of the time. The BASIC researchers work with patients and hospitals to learn why Mexican Americans have a greater burden of stroke than non-Hispanic whites. (Photo by Dr. Lewis Morgenstern)

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