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July 18, 2018

Multimedia Features

March 29, 2018

Rogel Cancer Center

Introducing the Rogel Cancer Center

In honor of Richard and Susan Rogel's many years of service and giving to U-M — most recently a $150 million gift to aid cancer research and care — the Board of Regents on Thursday renamed the Comprehensive Cancer Center the Rogel Cancer Center. In this video, the Rogels discuss what inspired their gift, and university officials explain how it will enable U-M to expand the scope of cancer research.

March 28, 2018

Innovation on the mat

Lisa Hass, senior associate athletic trainer for U-M women's gymnastics, wraps around gymnast Emma McLean's custom heel cup before a recent gymnastics meet. The heel cup, designed by a College of Engineering professor and technician, allowed McLean to compete in this year's Big Ten Championship following a soft-tissue bruise. (Photo courtesy of Michigan Athletics)

March 27, 2018

Streamline public transit

Streamline Public Transit | Tierra Bills

A lack of reliable public transportation has been a stumbling block for many Benton Harbor workers or those looking for work. Researchers at U-M are looking to provide data that will help city and area officials improve and streamline the services that could help residents escape poverty. This video explores Benton Harbor's transportation challenges and how U-M researchers are working to help.

March 26, 2018

Poultry, people and pathogens

Drug-Resistant Bacteria in Ecuador Chickens

U-M researchers have been studying production-style chicken farming practices in rural Ecuador. The research is part of a larger, longitudinal study that seeks to understand how new highways have affected the epidemiology in the area. In this video, Hayden Hedman, a doctoral candidate in the School for Environment and Sustainability, discusses his research into the use of antibiotics in chicken farming.

March 23, 2018

Wallenberg Fellow

2018 Wallenberg Fellow-Meagan Malm

Meagan Malm is the 2018 recipient of the university's Wallenberg Fellowship, given each spring to a graduating senior with exceptional promise and accomplishment to service and the public good. In this video, Malm, who will graduate this spring with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, discusses her plans to use the $25,000 fellowship award to study the role mobile phones play in reducing poverty in Tanzania.