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The University of Michigan is among 30 of the nation's most respected colleges and universities launching a new initiative to substantially expand the number of talented low- and moderate-income students at the country's top undergraduate institutions.
Every year, thousands of University of Michigan students travel the world to gain international experience and understanding through study abroad, internships and service learning opportunities. And every year, U-M receives hundreds of foreign students and faculty who enrich the campus community.
Provost awards research grants to UM-Flint
Going 15 miles per hour in a cramped parking lot, Julian Weisensel slammed on the brakes of his motorcycle and flew over the handlebars, crashing onto the asphalt right in front of his motorcycle safety instructor.
Recipients of the eighth annual Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award for University of Michigan staff were celebrated Tuesday at a breakfast ceremony at the Michigan Union.
The award recognizes individual staff members and teams for their extraordinary commitment and dedication to diversity at U-M.
Child & Adolescent Gender Services Team
Kari Merryman, Sara Wiener, Ellen Selkie
For the second consecutive year, all three University of Michigan campuses will share nearly $100,000 in state grant funding to bolster efforts to combat sexual assault.
As the likelihood of wintry weather increases, campus leaders would like to remind the university community about the policy for reducing operations in an emergency weather situation.
The search for the next University of Michigan Museum of Art director is underway with the selection of the search advisory committee.
Keynote speakers announced for UM-Dearborn commencement
Bob Fraser, Mardigian Library associate director for graduate programs, research and scholarly communication and librarian, intermittent lecturer in education, College of Education, Health and Human Services, University of Michigan-Dearborn, has received the 2016 University Librarian Achievement Award.
While gazing out the third-floor window at the University Health Service, Dr. Susan Ernst recalls her life purpose: "I feel like advancing reproductive care for women and working to promote the dignity of all women, particularly those challenged with physical and cognitive disabilities, is my calling."
Donors to the University of Michigan made gifts totaling $5,541,901 during the third annual Giving Blueday, which coincided with Giving Tuesday, a worldwide day of giving.
Total giving surpassed last year’s donations by more than $1 million. More than 7,364 donors gave to Michigan. Most gifts were less than $100.
Xerox is the University of Michigan's new supplier for multi-function devices, which offer several imaging functions, including copying, printing, faxing, and scanning.
There are approximately 2,000 such devices in use across the Ann Arbor, Flint, and Dearborn campuses as well as the U-M Health System.
Diversity has long been a central value at the core of the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design and for its students, faculty and staff. Now, as part of its new Stamps Curricular Initiative, the school is developing a diversity-related curriculum to better reflect that value.
The University of Michigan will conduct its third annual Giving Blueday, a 24-hour fundraising campaign that coincides with Giving Tuesday Nov. 29.
U-M joined the Giving Tuesday movement — a worldwide initiative celebrating giving back — in 2014 with its own giving day.
Wednesday's University Record email will be the last one sent until Nov. 30, as the Record's online and print editions will take a break over the Thanksgiving holiday.
There will be no print edition of the Record on Nov. 28. It will return Dec. 5, and the final print edition of the semester will be Dec. 12.
The University of Michigan has joined dozens of major universities and colleges in urging the federal government to continue and expand a policy that would allow undocumented college students to finish their studies, President Mark Schlissel said Monday.
At the request of Ann Arbor officials, the University of Michigan has agreed to make university-owned property available for possible inclusion in the city's 2017 deer-management program.