The Ann Arbor Art Fair runs Wednesday through Saturday and will necessitate numerous changes in some U-M bus routes and parking locations.
U-M Transit Services
Effective Monday through Friday, U-M Commuter route buses will follow traditional "Art Fair" detour routes.
Commuter North buses will travel as follows:
Andy Warhol-like pop art and "Miami Vice"-style hot pinks and turquoises are back, inspiring some works at the 2015 Ann Arbor Art Fair Wednesday through Saturday.
OU faculty couple donates to respective schools
A pilot program of bus service between the Ann Arbor campus and U-M Detroit Center will continue uninterrupted through the summer and throughout the coming academic year.
Several streets near campus or other U-M facilities will see traffic limitations for the next few weeks due to construction projects.
Peter Allen, who has shared his real estate investing strategies with more than 3,500 U-M students since 1981, turns his attention to Detroit, which he calls "one of the most undervalued big cities in the world with billions of dollars of real estate opportunity."
Update: The Provost's Office has agreed to fund this service through the 2015-16 academic year. Read more here.
The Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design and the Michigan Economic Development Corp. have launched a new campaign to help transform a vacant Detroit building into a place where youth and adults can build their creative making skills and incubate business ideas.
Alumni donate $1.5 million to FSU's College of Pharmacy
The university's pipeline to underrepresented prospective students extended its reach recently with the launch of Campus KinoMaage, an on-campus residential experience geared to Native American students.
Michigan’s leading research universities are magnets for top-notch talent, attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled individuals to propel Michigan’s economy into the future, a new report confirms.
Traffic on two city streets near campus will be affected due to repair and utility work over the next few weeks.
MSU Engineering receives $5 million endowment
Six MBA students from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business came up with a playbook for the Miami Dolphins — a program to help players with their post-career game plans.
In a historic partnership, the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences will share ownership of its rich mineral collection with the A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum at Michigan Technological University.
Nearly 30 U-M faculty and senior staff from Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint took to the state's highways and byways last week for the 16th annual traveling seminar known as the Michigan Road Scholars.
Faculty, staff and students make significant contributions to the economic vitality and quality of life of the city of Ann Arbor. These efforts demonstrate the university's commitment to helping the local community thrive.
Growing demand for cross-sector and multidisciplinary paths toward social-impact careers inspired the launch of a new Center for Social Impact at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business in 2014-15.
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Center for Social Impact
John D. Dingell Jr., who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from December 1955 to January 2015 — the longest congressional tenure in U.S. history — has donated the collected materials from his 59 years in office to the Bentley Historical Library.
Former U.S. Rep. John D. Dingell and UM-Dearborn have announced a partnership that will bring Dingell to campus to inspire the next generation of civic leaders.