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April 16, 2015

Regents 'deeply disappointed' by aggressive protesters

Note: This story has been edited to add details from the protest.

Members of the University of Michigan's governing board spoke out against a protest that disrupted the start of Thursday's Board of Regents meeting in the Michigan Union, calling it misguided and damaging to the cause of the protesters.

April 16, 2015

UMHS launches $160M project to improve lab tests for patients

Millions of times a year, teams at the U-M Health System test samples of tissue, blood and other bodily fluids for patients of all ages. The results can reveal risks or signs of disease — or response to treatment — and help make a major difference in doctors' decisions.

April 16, 2015

High-tech robotics center coming to North Campus

A $54 million robotics center at the University of Michigan will help advance the field as researchers say it's reaching a tipping point — poised to deliver autonomous technologies that are woven into our everyday lives.

The Board of Regents approved the College of Engineering's new robotics building project Thursday.

April 16, 2015

Cancer researcher named Life Sciences Institute interim director

Dr. Stephen J. Weiss, a medical researcher who has focused his efforts on understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the ways in which cancer cells invade tissues and metastasize, will become interim director of the university's Life Sciences Institute.

March 19, 2015

University aims to make Grove a North Campus destination

The four-acre lawn at the center of North Campus will be renovated this summer with the goal of transforming it from a space people pass through into one where they linger and connect.

The Board of Regents on Thursday approved the design for the $6.9 million Eda U. Gerstacker Grove project. The Grove will include:

March 19, 2015

Regents approve renovations, expansion at NCRB

In a continued effort to renew campus recreational sports facilities, the North Campus Recreation Building will be the next facility to undergo renovations. The Board of Regents on Thursday approved the comprehensive expansion and renovation of the NCRB.

February 19, 2015

Dr. Theodore Lawrence to direct Comprehensive Cancer Center

Dr. Theodore S. Lawrence, has been named the director of the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center.

The Board of Regents approved the appointment Thursday. Lawrence succeeds Dr. Max S. Wicha, who founded the center 27 years ago.

February 19, 2015

Regents OK schematic for Intramural Sports Building renovation

The Intramural Sports Building, the oldest university recreational sports facility in the country, will get much-needed updates to its critical infrastructure, along with renovations that will enable the building to deliver on the recreational needs of new generations of users.

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