LSA

  1. January 26, 2022

    20 U-M scientists, engineers named AAAS fellows for 2021

    U-M led the nation with 20 faculty members elected as 2021 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, recognized for their scientifically and socially distinguished achievements.

  2. January 21, 2022

    Five named inaugural fellows in new anti-racism program

    The Anti-Racism Collaborative has named five faculty members from across the university as Research and Community Impact Fellows.

  3. December 15, 2021

    Two more anti-racism faculty hiring proposals approved

    Two proposals submitted in the second round of U-M’s Anti-Racism Hiring Initiative have been approved for funding. Seven faculty members will be recruited to LSA, the School of Social Work and the School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

  4. December 10, 2021

    In digital era, you are not alone even when you think you are

    As the world becomes increasingly mediated, we have to rethink what it is to be alone and reconceptualize it as “noncommunication,” according to a U-M researcher.

  5. November 22, 2021

    Zoom disrupts the rhythm of conversation, study shows

    The frustration from being involved in a Zoom video conference, in part, can be connected to trying to catch subtle cues during conversations over Zoom, in the face of internet lag time, according to a new U-M study.

  6. November 22, 2021

    Associate professor’s love of dance started early

    A dramaturg, dance historian and theorist, Clare Croft is associate professor of American culture in LSA. She also has launched and curated projects to promote queer dance and open dialogue in that sphere.

  7. November 21, 2021

    LSA senior named Rhodes Scholar for 2022

    Rachael Merritt, an LSA senior double majoring in Russian and international studies, has been named a 2022 Rhodes Scholar. She is the 30th Rhodes Scholar from U-M since the awards were established in 1902.

  8. November 8, 2021

    LSA professor launches effort to boost ocean science worldwide

    Brian Arbic has founded the Global Ocean Corps and Conveyor, which he hopes will foster sustained, long-term ocean science education and research collaborations among countries worldwide.

  9. October 28, 2021

    $40M Wilpon gift endows program for first-generation students

    A $40 million gift from the Judy and Fred Wilpon Family Foundation will endow the Kessler Presidential Scholars Program at U-M in perpetuity. The program aids first-generation college students.

  10. October 25, 2021

    Distinguished University Professors to discuss their scholarly work

    Three faculty members who have been recognized with one of U-M’s highest honors will discuss their professional and scholarly experiences during an upcoming event.