The inauguration ceremony for President-Elect Mark S. Schlissel has been scheduled for Sept. 5.
Schlissel becomes the university's president July 14. The Sept. 5 event at Hill Auditorium will celebrate the start of his tenure as the 14th person to lead the university since it was founded in 1817.
In 40 years, the definition of human disabilities — once perceived to be limited to seeing-, hearing- and mobility-based conditions — has expanded to include disabilities caused by mental and physical conditions.
Representatives from the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Education will be on the Ann Arbor campus the week of April 14 as part of a review of the university's sexual misconduct policies and programs under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
To help make Spring Commencement a special memory for 2014 graduates and their families, volunteers are needed to pass out programs, answer questions and more.
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As archivist of the University of Michigan's Papyrology Collection, Brendan Haug has the unique privilege of overseeing 30 pages from an original codex of the Letters of Paul from the New Testament.
Before Professor Victor Lieberman gave his "last lecture" April 2 at the Golden Apple Award ceremony, 30 members of the Men's Glee Club, dressed in pristine khaki pants, blue blazers and variations of maize-and-blue ties, performed "The University."
Addressing a U-M crowd full of students preparing for what they hope will be successful careers, President Barack Obama on Wednesday asked them to join his fight to increase the minimum wage because, he said, "It's time to give America a raise."
The University of Michigan’s longstanding commitment to promoting healthy trees and engaging the community in the spirit of conservation has led the Ann Arbor campus to be recognized as a 2013 Tree Campus USA for the sixth consecutive year.
The University of Michigan will require all manufacturers of licensed products made at factories in Bangladesh to meet specific worker safety standards.
A temporary road closure, parking lot closures and bus detours will be in place Wednesday for President Obama's speaking event at the Intramural Sports Building on the Ross Athletic Campus.
Friends, family members, and campus partners are invited to attend a memorial program to honor the lives and accomplishments of student members of the U-M family who have died during this academic year.
The 2014 Campus Memorial is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union. A light reception will follow.
Using simplified infographics and jargon-free language, a newly launched affordability portal makes it easier for prospective in-state students and their families to understand the true costs and benefits of attending the University of Michigan.
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I am pleased to share the news that Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Timothy P. Slottow today was named president of the University of Phoenix.
Carol Fierke, chair of the Department of Chemistry who is known for her engaging style of teaching, cutting-edge research and efforts to diversify the department, will discuss protein modifications in her Distinguished University Professor lecture, "Cellular Functions of Post-translational Modifications of Proteins."
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Timothy P. Slottow today was announced as the next president of the University of Phoenix.
A College of Engineering faculty member will lead a new $25 million project to help nations with nuclear power safeguard their materials.
The project also will improve monitoring of nations that don't observe the international nuclear nonproliferation treaty.
The U-M Club Rifle Team returned from the 2014 NRA Intercollegiate Rifle Club Championships recently with another first-place trophy.
The team beat all competition in 2013, three years after its first national win in the inaugural championship, and repeated its success this year.