Leadership Breakfast

  1. October 3, 2019

    Schlissel highlights arts, firearm injuries, academic innovation

    At his annual Leadership Breakfast, President Mark Schlissel announced initiatives on firearms-injury research and the arts, a Center for Academic Innovation, and a multimillion-dollar fund to support research toward carbon neutrality.

  2. October 3, 2019

    Campus arts initiative to ‘unleash imagination and creativity’

    President Mark Schlissel has announced a comprehensive presidential arts initiative designed to “unleash imagination and creativity” across U-M.

  3. October 3, 2019

    U-M launches Firearm Injury Prevention Research Initiative

    U-M will launch an initiative that encourages and coordinates research across disciplines to develop new knowledge and data on firearm violence, which causes about 100 deaths per day across the United States.

  4. October 3, 2019

    Schlissel announces plan to grow academic innovation

    A $50 million, five-year commitment by U-M is part of a plan to support new models for education and provide learning experiences that are global, engaged and lifelong.

  5. October 3, 2019

    U-M student voter turnout triples from 2014 to 2018

    Voter turnout among students at U-M for midterm elections tripled in 2018 from 2014, with 41 percent of students voting. More than 15,800 students cast votes in the 2018 midterms — up from 5,282 in 2014.

  6. October 2, 2019

    Livestream planned for president’s Leadership Breakfast remarks

    President Mark Schlissel will outline his priorities for the year ahead in remarks to university leaders Thursday. Faculty, staff and students may watch them live on the Gateway at 8:30 a.m.

  7. September 30, 2019

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the university.

  8. October 4, 2018

    Schlissel says U-M is pursuing a path to carbon neutrality

    U-M will pursue a path toward carbon neutrality for the university, and help others in the region, state and nation reach the same goal, President Mark Schlissel says.

  9. October 3, 2017

    University to focus on promoting faculty public engagement

    U-M is taking steps to expand how its faculty members engage with the public to influence federal, state and local policy, and how they share their knowledge about important issues with those outside the academic world.

  10. October 3, 2017

    U-M launches new Precision Health research initiative

    The university has launched a new initiative to harness campuswide research aimed at finding personalized solutions to improve the health and wellness of individuals and communities.