April 4, 2023
The Robben and Aldyth Fleming Reception Room in the Alexander G. Ruthven Building was dedicated April 4, honoring the late U-M President Emeritus Robben W. Fleming.
October 21, 2021
A $25 million gift from the Leinweber Foundation, founded by software entrepreneur Larry Leinweber, will help fund the Leinweber Computer Science and Information Building.
September 10, 2021
The building that houses U-M’s Life Sciences Institute was formally named Mary Sue Coleman Hall, for the university’s 13th president, who helped bring the institute to fruition.
May 24, 2021
The President’s Advisory Committee on University History is inviting members of the U-M community to provide feedback on its preliminary recommendation to remove Fielding H. Yost’s name from Yost Ice Arena.
March 25, 2021
U-M will name the building that houses the Life Sciences Institute after President Emerita Mary Sue Coleman to honor the university’s first woman president and her many accomplishments.
March 29, 2018
The university is changing the names of a campus building and a house within a residence hall after the legacies of the namesakes were called into question.
January 23, 2017
The university has concluded a thoughtful, yearlong review of how it would handle requests to reconsider the historical names of buildings on the Ann Arbor campus.