1. July 1, 2022

    State budget has more U-M funding, supports EV center

    Michigan lawmakers have approved a 2022-23 budget that will substantially increase state funding for U-M’s three campuses, and also supports a wide range of university-related research areas and interests.

  2. June 16, 2022

    UM-Flint focuses on innovative curriculum, support, community engagement

    The budget for the upcoming year at UM-Flint focuses on the university’s top priorities: supporting student success, fostering academic innovation and investing in faculty and staff.

  3. May 23, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  4. May 5, 2022

    UM-Flint named Michigan Veteran Connector school

    UM-Flint has again been recognized for its role in supporting military veterans, with certification by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency as one of the first Michigan Veteran Connectors.

  5. May 4, 2022

    UM-Flint’s School of Management partners with Ukrainian B-school

    Even as escalating hostilities with Russia loomed, a graduate and executive business school in Lviv, Ukraine, and UM-Flint’s School of Management fostered a partnership to offer virtual workshops.

  6. April 29, 2022

    North Campus, Flint buildings earn sustainability ratings

    Three U-M buildings — two on North Campus and one at UM-Flint — recently earned LEED certifications from the U.S. Green Building Council in recognition of sustainability efforts.

  7. April 22, 2022

    UM-Flint Common Read connects community with nature

    Every year, the UM-Flint Common Read invites the campus community to read a common book early in the year. The author of this year’s selection, J. Drew Lanham, visited recently.

  8. April 4, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  9. March 24, 2022

    Regents Roundup — March 2022

    Other items approved by the Board of Regents at its March 24 meeting.

  10. February 10, 2022

    Whitmer budget includes big increase in higher ed funding

    The state’s 15 public universities would each receive a 5 percent increase in additional ongoing funding plus another 5 percent one-time increase under Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s budget proposal.