1. March 23, 2023

    Regents approve plans for UM-Flint collaborative tech facility

    The Board of Regents has approved design and construction plans for an academic teaching facility at UM-Flint that will focus on technology, flexibility and collaboration.

  2. February 7, 2022

    Central administration moves to renovated, revived Ruthven

    Abundant sunlight, new offices and a restored rotunda were among the features welcoming about 200 U-M employees to their new work home in the Alexander G. Ruthven Building.

  3. December 16, 2021

    Innovative classroom building opening to active, team-based learning

    When the 2022 winter semester begins, U-M students enrolled in about 90 undergraduate and graduate classes will experience the term in the new 105,000-square-foot Central Campus Classroom Building.

  4. December 9, 2021

    U-M sells downtown Flint building to Genesee County

    U-M will sell the University Tower building on the UM-Flint campus to Genesee County for $8.5 million. The Board of Regents approved the sale Dec. 9. The purchase was approved Dec. 1 by the Genesee County Board of Commissioners.

  5. December 2, 2021

    ‘Unseen Worlds’: Exploring microorganisms through art

    Through the artistry of Jim Cogswell, professor of art, microorganisms can now be seen in a colorful mural on the windows of U-M’s Museum of Natural History.

  6. October 21, 2021

    Regents Roundup — October 2021

    Other items approved Oct. 21 at the Board of Regents meeting.

  7. September 10, 2021

    U-M leaders hail Mary Sue Coleman’s service at LSI building dedication

    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.

  8. May 24, 2021

    Committee recommends Yost name for removal; feedback sought

    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.

  9. March 25, 2021

    President Emerita Mary Sue Coleman recognized in building naming

    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.

  10. March 9, 2021

    Construction to resume on new hospital at Michigan Medicine

    Michigan Medicine has received approval to restart construction on its new, state-of-the-art hospital, which was paused in March 2020 during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.