1. October 3, 2022

    Regent candidates discuss their ideas at Faculty Senate forum

    Four candidates running for two seats on the U-M Board of Regents in the Nov. 8 general election made their case at an Oct. 3 forum hosted by the Faculty Senate.

  2. September 30, 2022

    Regent candidate forum set for Oct. 3

    The Faculty Senate will host a candidate forum at 10 a.m. Oct. 3 to hear from four candidates running for two seats on the Board of Regents. The forum will be conducted in person and online.

  3. July 15, 2022

    U-M research data series awarded $14M to study 2024 elections

    The American National Election Studies at U-M has been awarded $14 million by the National Science Foundation to conduct a study of the 2024 elections in the United States.

  4. November 8, 2021

    U-M students broke voter turnout records in 2020

    Voter turnout among U-M students jumped to 78 percent in the November 2020 election, according to a report from Tufts University. It was up 18 percentage points from 2016.

  5. October 18, 2021

    Democracy & Debate project to continue through 2021-22

    At a time when democratic institutions are under pressure and the U-M community is looking to engage, U-M will continue Democracy & Debate through the 2021-22 academic year.

  6. November 5, 2020

    Bernstein, Hubbard elected to seats on Board of Regents

    Incumbent Democrat Mark Bernstein and Republican newcomer Sarah Hubbard were the top vote-getters in the Nov. 3 race for two eight-year terms on the Board of Regents.

  7. November 4, 2020

    Schlissel urges unity, civility in post-election message

    In a post-election message, President Mark Schlissel said U-M will continue to advance its mission, support students and “achieve the lasting change for which so many of you have advocated,” regardless of final vote tallies.

  8. November 3, 2020

    Election Day 2020

    A gallery of images showing voting activity across campus Nov. 3.

  9. October 28, 2020

    Schlissel urges U-M community to exercise its right to vote

    Participation in the electoral process is one of Americans’ most important responsibilities, and President Mark Schlissel is urging the U-M community to exercise their right to vote on or by Nov. 3.

  10. October 23, 2020

    Short, online learning opportunities focus on election

    The Center for Academic Innovation is offering three teach-outs focused on issues facing voters. They offer short, self-paced learning opportunities on current topics on the Coursera platform.