1. May 21, 2024

    Grants address PFAS pollution, wave energy, and road durability

    The Graham Sustainability Institute has awarded three new sustainability catalyst grants to support novel research projects, beginning this summer, that address vexing sustainability challenges.

  2. November 21, 2023

    U-M leads team building Flint’s trust in its drinking water

    U-M researchers and their partners are addressing the lingering Flint water crisis on multiple fronts — from continued testing to in-school education and consulting with the city.

  3. September 11, 2023

    UMSI launches theme year on water conservation and access

    Students at the School of Information will address water-related issues in Michigan and around the globe through the lens of information professionals as part of UMSI’s inaugural theme year.

  4. December 3, 2021

    Growing water affordability crisis touches all Michiganders

    The U-M Water Center released a report that found water and sewer service affordability, at both the household and community levels, is a widespread and growing problem across Michigan.

  5. April 24, 2019

    New partners join Great Lakes research effort based at U-M

    The Cleveland Water Alliance and Lake Superior State, Michigan Technological and Wayne State universities have joined the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research’s regional consortium.

  6. October 29, 2018

    U-M researchers helping to prevent freshwater algal blooms

    Two U-M researchers are part of a new, federally funded effort to understand and prevent toxic algal blooms that plague portions of the Great Lakes and impact freshwater sources around the world.

  7. June 28, 2016

    OSEH will test drinking water in all Ann Arbor campus buildings

    The U-M Department of Occupational Safety & Environmental Health will systematically test the drinking water for levels of lead and copper in all Ann Arbor campus buildings.

  8. May 13, 2016

    Additional water refill stations coming to campus this summer

    With 15 more water bottle refill stations and four more “gooseneck” attachments to be installed by the end of June, U-M students, faculty and staff can help reduce waste by filling a reusable bottle.