The University of Michigan Women of Color Task Force will host its 36th annual Career Conference on March 2, continuing its long-standing tradition of supporting the professional and personal development of U-M community members and the general public.
While spending three weeks alone in a secluded cabin may seem daunting to some, for Todd Marsee it was the opportunity of a lifetime.
Marsee was presented this experience when he was chosen as the 2017 Artist in Residence at the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
Sanjay Gupta, U-M to host health communication 'hackathon'
The University of Michigan Women of Color in the Academy Project will present its Seventh Annual Shirley Verrett Award to Naomi André.
André is an associate professor of women's studies and associate professor of Afroamerican and African studies in LSA, as well as associate director for faculty at the Residential College.
After completing a regular policy review last fall, the University of Michigan will make a handful of updates to its policy and procedures regarding student sexual and gender-based misconduct.
The revisions include numerous edits to make the policy easier to read and understand.
A first-of-its-kind, on-demand transportation system is being piloted at U-M as the RITMO Transit urban mobility system begins a limited test deployment on North Campus.
New partnerships, programs to boost job opportunities, and raising public awareness about low-income families highlight the University of Michigan's first-year initiative to prevent and alleviate poverty.
The University of Michigan will continue to consider a request from representatives of white supremacist Richard Spencer to rent space to speak on the Ann Arbor campus, but no potential dates are being considered before the end of the academic year.
The traditional academic year concludes with spring commencement April 28.
A decade after retiring from the University of Michigan, Allen Samuels still helps Wolverines reach their dreams — one design at a time.
The University of Michigan's 2017 United Way employee giving campaign raised more than $1.2 million to support the Washtenaw County United Way.
Conference and Event Services, U-M venues receive wedding honors
Faculty and staff are being encouraged to join students in competing with their Michigan State University counterparts in the annual Mitten Matchup Blood Competition.
The contest for the most blood donors runs through Feb. 28.
Reports and investigations of prohibited student conduct at the University of Michigan increased in fiscal year 2017, following the addition of new types of allegations covered under the university's policy, and increased efforts to enhance awareness of these issues and how to report concerns.
The Office of the Provost has appointed an advisory committee in the search for a new director for the University of Michigan's Graham Sustainability Institute.
Bart Bartlett has been named interim director of the University of Michigan Energy Institute while the U-M Office of Research mounts a search for the institute's next director.
The Economist magazine calls LSA's Kent Berridge "the neuroscientist who has changed the way we look at desire." That's because Berridge understands how the brain's reward mechanisms work — and why human beings have such insatiable wants.
New Taubman master degree focuses on digital and material technologies
Christina Olsen, director of the U-M Museum of Art, wants to chat.