1. December 12, 2022

    U-M students chosen for new STEM fellowship

    Three U-M doctoral candidates and an alumna have been selected for the inaugural cohort of the Quad Fellowship, a program designed to spur interdisciplinary scientific and technological innovation.

  2. October 26, 2022

    U-M, Schmidt Futures to partner on new AI research program

    U-M will receive more than $10 million to recruit and train 60 postdoctoral fellows over the next six years as part of  a new global partnership applying artificial intelligence to STEM research.

  3. November 15, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  4. November 11, 2021

    NSF commits $3M to diversifying STEM career pipeline

    As higher education continues to struggle with bringing more minorities into science and technological careers, the federal government is renewing support for a collaborative effort in Michigan.

  5. October 18, 2021

    NSF grant to help UM-Dearborn target underserved STEM students

    A $1.44 million National Science Foundation award will help UM-Dearborn create a STEM Scholars program to bridge a gap in science fields among lower-income, high talent students.

  6. September 22, 2021

    Rachel Niemer to direct Women in Science and Engineering

    Rachel Niemer, director of outreach and access in the Center of Academic Innovation, has been appointed the new managing director of the Women in Science and Engineering program.

  7. May 11, 2021

    STEM doctors: Building a bridge for diverse Ph.D.s

    The route to a doctoral degree in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics for underrepresented students isn’t always clear cut. The Marjorie Lee Browne Scholars Program at U-M is trying to change that.

  8. February 15, 2021

    University wins STEM grant to aid manufacturing cybersecurity

    U-M’s Economic Growth Institute will use a grant from the U.S. Commerce Department to boost cybersecurity know-how among small manufacturers in southeastern Michigan.

  9. January 17, 2021

    Social exclusion, career limitations hinder LGBTQ in STEM

    LGBTQ professionals in STEM fields are more likely to experience career limitations, social exclusion and harassment, and devaluation of their scientific and technical knowledge than non-LGBTQ peers.

  10. December 7, 2020

    Rackham joins alliance to increase diversity in STEM fields

    U-M has joined with eight other universities in an effort that aims to increase the number of underrepresented minority faculty and postdoctoral researchers working in STEM fields.