Monday’s winter storm dumped several inches of snow on U-M’s three campuses, prompting crews to go to work cleaning campus walkways, including Evan Womack and Murphy Harrington of Grounds Services, shown here pushing powder out of the way at the U-M Museum of Art. In the storm’s wake, wind-chill temperatures are expected to drop below zero this week. Monitor the Key Issues page for weather impact updates. (Photo by Daryl Marshke, Michigan Photography)
From left, Sarah Wagner, a graduate program coordinator in the Department of Psychology; Chris Riggs, an administrative specialist in Facilities & Operations; Mary Banks, a Medical School project coordinator; Rebecca Bowles, a travel and expense processing specialist in the Shared Services Center; and Jeanette Kearney, LSA financial specialist, discuss various facets of the issue of mass incarceration at Friday’s WeListen Staff Discussion on the topic. (Photo by Austin Thomason, Michigan Photography)
'The Mighty and The Mythic'
A new solo exhibition of work by renowned social practice artist Marisa Morán Jahn opens at U-M’s Stamps Gallery today and runs through March 2. This video introduces the exhibition, “The Mighty and The Mythic,” which brings together three projects that highlight Jahn’s deep and meaningful collaborations with low-wage immigrants, caregivers and youth.
Rechargeable “structural batteries,” which store energy in parts of the devices they power, hold possibilities for reducing weight and improving efficiency in such things as electric vehicles, drones or tablets. So far, such batteries have been heavy, short-lived or unsafe, but this video shows how U-M researchers have developed a cartilage-like material that can be used to make them strong, flexible and rechargeable.
2019 MLK Symposium keynote
Julia Putnam (center) makes a point during a question-and-answer session with fellow MLK Symposium keynote speaker Tim Wise, and moderated by Bridge Magazine reporter Chastity Pratt. The session followed remarks by Putnam and Wise at the Keynote Memorial Lecture for U-M’s 33rd annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium. (Photo by Daryl Marshke, Michigan Photography)