November 19, 2019


  1. October 29, 2019

    Teaching about climate needs to empower students toward change

    U-M professor Meghan Duffy says it’s not enough to teach students about climate change — research suggests they believe it is a genuine problem — they must also be empowered to find solutions.

  2. October 21, 2019

    Professor helps amplify voices through music, research

    Nadine Hubbs, professor of women’s studies and music, is author of the forthcoming book, “Country Mexicans,” which examines Mexican-American engagements with country music.

  3. October 14, 2019

    Lecturer revisits English language through traditional printing

    Fritz Swanson founded and directs Wolverine Press, a publishing exploratory in LSA’s Helen Zell Writers’ Program that combines his love for literature and his passion for letterpress printing.

  4. September 30, 2019

    Four honored as Collegiate Lecturers for 2019-20

    Three lecturers from LSA and one from the Stephen M.
    Ross School of Business have been named 2019-20 Collegiate Lecturers in recognition of their outstanding contributions to instruction.

  5. September 25, 2019

    Philosopher Elizabeth Anderson named 2019 MacArthur Fellow

    LSA professor Elizabeth Anderson, whose research focuses on democratic theory and equality in political philosophy, is the recipient of a 2019 MacArthur Fellowship, also known as a “genius grant.”

  6. September 23, 2019

    Museum of Natural History to open next phase with exhibits, hands-on labs

    The U-M Museum of Natural History announced recently it will open the second half of the museum, adding three new exhibits and labs for visitors Nov. 10.

  7. September 17, 2019

    Statistics celebrates 50 years of growth and influence

    Founded in 1969, the Department of Statistics added an undergraduate program to its master’s and Ph.D. programs in 1977. Over the past 50 years, the field has undergone significant changes.

  8. September 3, 2019

    Assistant professor charts new pathways for research, students

    Alison Narayan explores uncharted pathways in her research, which centers on innovations in chemistry and new ways to build molecules. When she’s not in the lab, Narayan works to create pathways for underrepresented groups to study science.

  9. September 3, 2019

    Landscape analysis: A look at construction projects across campus

    Like scores of students crossing the Diag, construction is a familiar friend across campus. Take a look at some of the major projects filling the various corners of U-M.

  10. September 3, 2019

    Passion projects: How schools and colleges plan to shape their year

    From planning new facilities to launching public engagement initiatives, U-M’s 19 schools and colleges have a wide variety of plans to further research, enhance learning and impact society.