President Mary Sue Coleman will be one of three speakers at Michigan State University’s commencement ceremonies in December.
Coleman will speak at the advanced-degree ceremony, which will be at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center. She will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
A $2 million initiative at the School of Information aims to engage every student in information- and technology-related service projects and action-based learning during their studies.
A problem with the U-M Health System’s email spam-detection process has been stopping delivery of The University Record’s daily newsletter to many Health System employees.
Beginning Thursday, one block of East Madison Street between Packard Street and Thompson Street will be closed for construction activity associated with the Munger Graduate Residences project.
The road closure will run until summer 2015.
Fulbright U.S. Student grantees
The 2013-2014 U-M Fulbright U.S. Student grantees, degrees*, colleges/schools (and departments), project countries, and projects include:
• Ruben Adery, B.A., LSA (Linguistics, Spanish); Brazil; English teaching assistantship.
New public art installed at Moore Building
For Phil Kish, go-kart racing is a family affair. It all started with a Porsche.
“(My wife and I) bought a race car together before we got married. I talked her into it,” he says.
Research studies show most adults gain some weight over the holidays. To help faculty and staff celebrate the season while still maintaining health goals, MHealthy is offering “Move, Lose & Maintain,” a healthy lifestyle program designed to keep employees moving and eating smarter into the new year.
Information and Technology Services has introduced several new products and services during the past year with more to come. But as challenging as it is to roll out new offerings, deciding which existing services should remain can be even more difficult.
A leading expert on cancer genetics, a pioneering researcher who studies stressors that impact health, and the dean of the Medical School known for his research in medical education are among the newest members of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
The Board of Regents approved a historic naming for the athletic department at its monthly meeting Friday on the UM-Flint campus.
Welcome to the new-and-improved University Record.
Today the publication that has served the University of Michigan community since 1891 has a new look in print and online.
School of Information dean Jeffrey MacKie-Mason and his wife, Janet Netz, have committed to a gift of $2.5 million to the school. The gift is among the largest made by a dean at the University of Michigan to his or her school or college.
Enrollment on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus has set an all-time record for the fifth consecutive year, with 43,710 students in fall 2013, according to the Office of the Registrar. That represents an increase of 284 students (0.7 percent).
Academic freedom is complicated as a matter of both educational policy and First Amendment right, but it belongs primarily to individual teachers and only secondarily to the university as an institution, a civil liberties lawyer and author says.
Most University of Michigan faculty, students and staff say they are committed to sustainability, but new survey results indicate significant room for improvement in sustainability behaviors, awareness, engagement and accountability.
Based on health questionnaire data, back pain is one of the top health risks for U-M faculty and staff members, with nearly 24 percent being at high risk for back pain in 2012.
The upcoming bicentennial will recall the University of Michigan’s remarkable past, and serve as fresh inspiration for its future, say university officials as they establish an office devoted to the celebration.
President Mary Sue Coleman wants to ensure that more students travel abroad to experience other cultures firsthand, seek solutions to world problems and learn to thrive in a dynamic global environment.