The University of Michigan-Flint will invest in a comprehensive strategy to transform its curriculum and learning environment using a student-centric perspective, according to a budget approved June 21 by the Board of Regents.
The $115.5 million general fund budget outlines spending for the 2018-19 fiscal year, which begins July 1.
Susan E. Alcock has been appointed interim provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at the Univeristy of Michigan-Flint. The Board of Regents approved Alcock’s appointment June 21. It begins July 1.
Margaret M. Andrews will serve as the founding dean of the University of Michigan-Flint School of Nursing. Her appointment was approved June 21 by the Board of Regents.
Christopher M. Giordano has been appointed vice chancellor for student affairs for the University of Michigan-Flint. His appointment was approved by the Board of Regents on June 21 and he will begin Aug. 1.
Giordano follows Barbara Avery, whose appointment in the vice chancellor role is expiring.
Farmers markets return to dozen campus locations
The following items were approved by the Board Regents at its meeting Thursday.
U-M awarded Institutional Achievement Award
UM-Dearborn to host Susan B. Anthony Awards
The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs is taking steps to add members in order to ensure the Flint and Dearborn campuses will always be represented on the executive arm of central faculty governance.
UM-Flint veterans program earns grant
SPH receives $1.3M to study fish processing impact in Ghana
Plans for the University of Michigan-Flint's William R. Murchie Science Building expansion continue to move forward, as the Board of Regents approved the schematic design Thursday.
The University of Michigan's Ann Arbor, Flint and Dearborn campuses each submitted requests for capital funding and a five-year capital plan to the state of Michigan.
When a project is made possible through capital outlay funding, the cost is allocated between the university and the state of Michigan.
A new doctoral program in nursing is coming to the University of Michigan-Flint campus.
Investing in student success and providing access to education is the focus of the fiscal year 2018 budget for the University of Michigan-Flint.
A team of three students from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business and the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy has won the 2017 Social Impact Challenge. The team's innovative and research-driven proposal addressed entrepreneurial development through downtown training and significant neighborhood outreach for the city of Flint.
The sixth annual Social Impact Challenge will take place in Flint and is presented as a partnership between the Stephen M. Ross School of Business' Center for Social Impact in Ann Arbor and UM-Flint's Office of University Outreach.
A mobile app and website built for the city of Flint is available now to help the community and government agencies manage the ongoing water crisis.
For the second consecutive year, all three University of Michigan campuses will share nearly $100,000 in state grant funding to bolster efforts to combat sexual assault.