August 07, 2020

All Headlines

  1. July 14, 2020

    LSA names 13 LSA Collegiate Fellows in fourth cohort

    Selected from a pool of more than 800 applicants of early-career scholars, LSA has recruited 13 new fellows for its fourth cohort of LSA Collegiate Fellows.

  2. July 13, 2020

    Board of Regents to meet publicly online July 16

    The Board of Regents will meet virtually at 4:30 p.m. July 16, consistent with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive directive regarding public meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  3. July 9, 2020

    University shares efforts to aid planning for fall semester

    U-M leaders are reaching out to inform faculty members and unit human resources officials about procedures and resources that will help guide them as they prepare for students to return to campus this fall.

  4. July 9, 2020

    Schlissel, Collins outline fall plans to faculty at town hall

    U-M will test students for coronavirus, allow highly at-risk faculty to teach remotely, and implement other measures aimed at keeping people safe while preserving as much in-person instruction as possible this fall.

  5. July 8, 2020

    Advanced Transportation Hub funds promising mobility projects

    The Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization Innovation Hub for Advanced Transportation at U-M recently awarded a combined $710,000 to eight high-tech, early-stage projects.

  6. July 8, 2020

    Grants address poverty, COVID-19 impact across Midwest

    A network led by Poverty Solutions U-M has awarded six grants totaling $150,000 for projects to improve economic mobility and address the impact of COVID-19 throughout the Midwest.

  7. July 7, 2020

    Police brutality teach-out encourages learners to get informed, involved

    As Black Lives Matter protests continue throughout the nation and deadly run-ins with police repeatedly make headlines, U-M explores the topic with “Police Brutality in America Teach-Out.”

  8. July 7, 2020

    Buildings analysis group examines emissions reductions potential

    A President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality team is examining opportunities to enable new and existing U-M buildings to demand less energy, while decreasing emissions and reducing operating costs.

  9. July 7, 2020

    U-M statement from July 7 on Homeland Security policy

    University leaders are expressing their “strong disagreement” with a temporary U.S. Department of Homeland Security  policy restricting educational opportunities for international students.

  10. July 6, 2020

    U-M fitness program guides kids through at-home exercise

    InPACT at Home, a fitness program developed by U-M with state and national partners, hopes to offset the pandemic’s impact on Michigan’s schoolchildren by offering free, online workouts.