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December 12, 2018

Multimedia Features

November 6, 2018

Exercising their political franchise

Like millions of others around the country, members of the U-M community turned out to vote in Tuesday’s midterm elections. Students lined up to cast ballots at several locations on campus, including two precincts that voted at the Michigan League. View more scenes of Election Day at U-M. (Photo by Eric Bronson, Michigan Photography)

November 6, 2018

Future world changers

UM-Flint students on the value of their First-Year Experience course

A UM-Flint First-Year Experience course, So You Want to Change the World, is designed to acclimate students to university life and expose them to new ways of learning and doing. In this video, two first-year pre-med students and a second-year wildlife biology student talk about the practical benefits of the course and how it is helping to equip them for success at UM-Flint and beyond.

November 2, 2018

Hailing the Victors for Michigan

Student musical and dance performances marked Friday’s celebration of the Victors for Michigan campaign finale at the Stephen M. Ross Athletics South Competition and Performance Center’s Indoor Track and Field Complex. (Photo by Marti Hwang, Michigan Photography)

November 2, 2018

Blue Renew at Dentistry

Blue Renew Animation

A $140 million renovation and addition at the School of Dentistry recently got underway, and will incorporate the latest developments in patient care, dental education and research into the existing facility. In this animated video, viewers can take a virtual tour look of what the completed building will look like including new entrances, research labs and student learning spaces.

November 1, 2018

Michigan Minds

Michigan Minds: Big 10 Voting

The first episode of Michigan Minds, a new podcast and video series produced by U-M Public Engagement & Impact, includes this video featuring Edie Goldenberg, professor of political science, and public policy, who discusses how to motivate young voters. The series is part of the university’s effort to broaden public engagement and share faulty members’ work and expertise with a wider audience.