Doctoral candidate Xunchang Fei, Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, has been awarded a scholarship by The Environmental Research and Education Foundation, a charity that funds and directs scientific research and educational initiatives for waste management practices to benefit industry participants and
Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prizes of $5,000 will be presented to up to five faculty projects this spring, with the current call for nominations closing on Feb. 3. This is the sixth year the prizes will be awarded.
He found a way to map from a space-based radar the carbon that’s trapped in our planet’s forests. And he makes a point to meet with every one of the nearly 200 students in his entry-level engineering courses each semester.
The Women of Color in the Academy Project is presenting the 2014 Shirley Verrett Award to Charles (OyamO) Gordon, professor of English language and literature, LSA; and theatre and drama, School of Music, Theatre & Dance.
After months of careful consideration and analysis, the university has decided it will not pursue leasing its campus parking facilities to a private operator.
Harry Belafonte told a crowd filling Hill Auditorium that people today can draw inspiration from the civil rights leaders and idealists of the past to reclaim the moral compass that he said has been lost in recent years.
Dear Members of Our U-M Community:
Influenza is of increasing concern in our community. I would like to encourage you to get vaccinated, to wash your hands frequently, stay home if you have flu symptoms and cover your cough.
Starbucks will bring its signature flavors to the Michigan Union when it officially opens there Tuesday.
University Unions earlier announced a partnership with Starbucks, which has proven to be very popular among college students.
The Rev. Martin Luther King's notable visit to U-M in 1962 was captured in photographs from the Bentley Historical Library.
To honor King and commemorate his visit, those photos along with an associated narrative have been made into a permanent display on the first floor of the Michigan Union, near the Campus Information Center.
As he's painting, John Sartori lets his mind drift. It usually goes to one of three places: Italy, his barn or the highway.
The UM Emergency Alert software that assists in sending text, voice and email messages during campus emergencies will change in February to a new vendor for all three campuses, including the Health System.
Candy Ellis, unit administrator for the Department of Industrial & Operations Engineering, College of Engineering, has been selected to receive the 10th annual Candace J. Johnson Staff Award for Excellence.
Ellis will receive the award at a reception from 2-3 p.m. Wednesday in the Lurie Engineering Center Johnson Rooms.
Five faculty members who have received one of the university's top honors will offer Distinguished University Professor lectures beginning Jan. 30, presenting topics that highlight their work at U-M.
In the ongoing effort to maintain a community that enables each person to reach his or her full potential, the University of Michigan has adopted a Standard Practice Guide outlining professional standards for members of the faculty.
To members of the University Community:
As we begin the new academic term I would like to address some of the challenges we face with issues of race, identity and inclusion of students on campus, and to affirm both the university's and my own strong commitment to diversity and to creating a welcoming and inclusive community.
News from around the university.
A university committee soon will be appointed to evaluate the policy, practice and communication process related to closing the Ann Arbor campus during a weather emergency.
The university is furthering its commitment to safety of children on all campuses by establishing a centralized policy to ensure the health, wellness, safety and security of minors who interact with the university.
Harry Belafonte says America needs to move beyond its selective perception of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and embrace the wider change he sought.
Read other stories in the Record's special section on the 2014 MLK Symposium.