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July 22, 2019

Multimedia Features

April 26, 2019

UROP projects on display

Journey Monegain (left), a freshman in the LSA Honors Program, discusses her Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program project with Terri Conley, associate professor of psychology and women’s studies, at the 2019 UROP Spring Symposium on Wednesday. Monegain researched ways elementary school teachers could create equitable avenues for all students to participate within the classroom. The UROP symposium allows first- and second-year students to share what they have learned working alongside faculty and staff mentors. (Photo by Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography)

April 25, 2019

2018 Distinguished Dissertation Awards

The 2018 ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award recipients were honored this week. Awardees received a $1,000 honorarium recognizing exceptional scholarly work and completion of their doctoral degrees in 2018. The annual competition is co-sponsored by ProQuest and Rackham Graduate School. Awardees are, from left: Dakotah Thompson, William Stroebel, Qi Chen, Meredith Skiba, Charlotte Chan, Traci Johnson, David Morphew, Jessica Moorman, Cyrus O'Brien. Not pictured: Michael Won. (Photo by Jameson Staneluis)

April 24, 2019

‘Orion’ returns

Workers from the Walbridge construction firm are reinstalling artist Mark di Suvero’s “Orion” sculpture in front of the U-M Museum of Art. The sculpture had been removed in preparation for a campus construction project in the summer of 2018. Di Suvero is on site to help reinstall the 53-foot-high, 21,220-pound steel sculpture on Tuesday and Wednesday. UMMA will host “Making Art Public,” a conversation about the role of public art at universities, with di Suvero and UMMA Director Christina Olsen at 5 p.m. Wednesday. It is free and open to the public. (Photo by Roger Hart, Michigan Photography)

April 23, 2019

Construction banners

Under the direction of Architecture, Engineering and Construction, Mike Kalil Jr. of the construction company Walbridge installs fencing banners around the Michigan Union construction site. The maize-and-blue barrier signs are intended to help brighten and explain the many construction sites around campus. Similar signage sharing construction project information, as well as marketing for key university initiatives like the “Go Blue Guarantee,” soon will be incorporated at a number of high-profile sites under construction or renovation, including the Kraus Natural Science, Ruthven and School of Dentistry buildings. (Photo by Daryl Marshke, Michigan Photography)

April 22, 2019

Concussion research

Michigan Minds: Concussions Research

There’s been great advancement in the diagnosis, care and prevention of concussions in recent years. But there is more to learn about long-term effects and who is more prone to suffer them. In this episode of Michigan Minds, Steven Broglio, professor of kinesiology and director of the Michigan Concussion Center, talks about how the center aims to answer those questions.