September 23, 2021

LSA

  1. August 30, 2021

    Schools and colleges preparing for more traditional fall semester

    The Record asked schools and colleges to share some aspect of the coming year they’d like to highlight, within the context of moving on after the pandemic’s restrictions.

  2. August 4, 2021

    Simplified placement exams save time by going digital

    Information and Technology Services, the LSA Language Resource Center and the Registrar’s Office partnered to move four language placement exams to an online format in Canvas.

  3. August 2, 2021

    Professor emerita Ilene Forsyth gives $6.25M to expand art history studies

    LSA is expanding U-M’s global footprint in art history studies with the announcement of a new $6.25 million gift from Ilene Forsyth, professor emerita of history of art and a U-M alumna.

  4. July 19, 2021

    U-M grad student (steeple) chases his Olympic dream

    As the Summer Olympic Games draw closer, U-M doctoral student Mason Ferlic is already on his way to Tokyo. But first, he is stopping in Hawaii for a last week of preparation to compete in the men’s 3,000-meter steeplechase.

  5. July 19, 2021

    Obituary — Robert S. Holbrook

    Robert S. Holbrook, former associate provost and professor emeritus of economics in LSA, died May 15 at the age of 88 after a life of distinguished scholarship and service to U-M.

  6. June 17, 2021

    New Biosciences Initiative award recognizes mid-career excellence

    Three U-M scientists are the first recipients of a new annual award, funded by President Mark Schlissel’s Biosciences Initiative, to recognize exceptional mid-career faculty in the biosciences.

  7. June 15, 2021

    Biologist E. Josephine Clowney named 2021 Pew Scholar

    E. Josephine Clowney, assistant professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology in LSA, has been chosen to join the Pew Scholars Program in the Biomedical Sciences.

  8. June 1, 2021

    IRWG receives $1.2M grant for undergraduate mentoring program

    The Institute for Research on Women and Gender received a five-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to develop Student Opportunities for AIDS/HIV Research Program.

  9. May 18, 2021

    Remembering LSA professor Charles Doering

    Charles Rogers Doering, N.D. Kazarinoff Collegiate Professor of Complex Systems, Mathematics and Physics and director of the Center for the Study of Complex Systems, died May 15 at age 65. 

  10. April 30, 2021

    Study abroad experience cemented graduate’s career goals

    Tiffany Harris, an LSA student who double majored in political science and African American studies, wants to become a lawyer focusing on using restorative justice to help reduce gender-based violence in South Africa.