August 07, 2020


  1. March 14, 2014

    University now offering a minor in digital studies

    Students interested in a deeper understanding of digital practices now have an opportunity to pursue an LSA academic minor in digital studies.

  2. March 14, 2014

    Ruetsche receives Lakatos Award for contribution to philosophy science

    Laura Ruetsche, chair of the Department of Philosophy, has been named a co-recipient of the 2013 Lakatos Award for her book “Interpreting Quantum Theories” (Oxford University Press, 2011)

  3. February 24, 2014

    LSA’s 22 Ways series studies how to think about new media

    A class in LSA’s 22 Ways series encourages students to explore their relationship with new media, how they use it and how it affects them. 

  4. February 11, 2014

    LSA launches new program in cognitive science

    New this semester, the Program in Cognitive Science in LSA takes an interdisciplinary approach to examining issues surrounding how the mind and brain work.

  5. February 10, 2014

    Gaming-focused teaching style motivates, engages students

    Mika LaVaque-Manty’s ​Introduction to Political Theory class involves a relatively new teaching innovation: using the principles of gaming to teach material.

  6. January 16, 2014

    U-M formally recognizes Copernicus Program in Polish Studies

    LSA and the International Institute have formally approved the establishment of the Copernicus Program in Polish Studies.

  7. January 6, 2014

    Winter Theme Semester explores India’s changing role in the world

    “India in the World,” the Winter 2014 Theme Semester in LSA, will explore India’s role in the daily life of the world through music, art, films, lectures and courses across a range of disciplines.

  8. November 18, 2013

    Project seeks to change how STEM courses are taught

    A new effort called REBUILD is designed to transform the way STEM courses — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — are taught in LSA. 

  9. November 12, 2013

    New information indicates Shared Services Center will result in few, if any, layoffs

    As planning for U-M’s new Shared Services Center moves forward, it has become clear that there will be little, if any, need for a reduction in force.

  10. November 4, 2013

    U-M aims to offer entrepreneurial education to all undergrads

    In an effort to offer formal entrepreneurship education to all U-M undergraduates within the next two years, Provost Martha Pollack has appointed Thomas Zurbuchen, an engineering professor with a proven entrepreneurial track record, as senior counselor for entrepreneurial education.