Five research teams from the University of Michigan and Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China are sharing $1 million to study data science and its impact on air quality, galaxy clusters, lightweight metals, financial trading and renewable energy.
An online cancer database. Soil restoration and conservation. Groundwater and sanitation. Reproductive health. Visual culture of orthodox churches. Capacity building in engineering.
The University of Michigan has a new, official Chinese name: 密西根大学.
It was unveiled by S. Jack Hu, vice president for research, during the Pan Asia alumni reunion in Shanghai on May 28.
In the late 1980s, William Davidson, owner of Guardian Industries, opened a glass manufacturing plant in communist Hungary, at the time considered one of the more progressive countries in the Soviet bloc.
For more than two decades, Louise Baldwin has been behind some of the most innovative orientation programs for international students, staff and faculty at the University of Michigan.
Adelia Davis was a freshman at the University of Michigan the year Nelson Mandela died.
The School of Information has announced the future establishment of two new information centers to improve communications infrastructure in underserved communities and advance data usage by organizations that serve populations in those areas.
The University of Michigan has moved up two spots to No. 4 on the list of colleges and universities that produce the most Peace Corps volunteers.
U-M, which made the list for the 17th consecutive year, is the fourth all-time producer of Peace Corps volunteers, with 2,684 alumni having served since the agency was created in 1961.
The University of Michigan will collaborate with Chinese institutions to advance research, development and deployment of new transportation technologies and cutting-edge innovations.
Fourteen faculty members who work across the world to improve public health are the first to be named U-M Professors of Global Public Health.
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.
In efforts to solve pressing global issues such as clean and safe water and next-generation transportation as the world's population grows, University of Michigan leaders are entering into several agreements with Chinese institutions.
The University of Michigan has the most students studying abroad among the Big Ten universities and is fifth in the nation among higher education institutions, according to a new report.
Double majoring in international and Latin American and Caribbean studies, Ozema Braddock has a lot to celebrate during International Education Week 2016.
A first-generation college student from a single parent home, she took three courses abroad and has been to Argentina, Brazil and Chile — one trip per school year.
A $27 million investment from a Chinese firm will strengthen the efforts of the University of Michigan, along with industry and government partners, to advance autonomous, connected vehicles and robotic technologies for a safer and more sustainable future around the world.
University of Michigan researchers are working closely with faculty and students in Ghana to create a sexual violence prevention and education program at the University of Cape Coast.
The University of Michigan International Institute has been named an instructional unit, allowing it to work with departments to establish joint appointments with part-time effort from existing and new faculty.
The University of Michigan will launch a new partnership that enables Master of Business Administration students from one of Latin America's top business schools to earn a Master of Public Administration degree at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.
The University of Michigan is celebrating the success of its biggest partnership in China as it begins a new collaboration in the country — a top destination for researchers and students.
Headed abroad this summer?
Don’t forget to register your travel on the University of Michigan International Travel Registry on the Global Michigan website.