University of Michigan
News for faculty, staff and retirees

December 12, 2018

State & Community

November 16, 2018

State economy poised for record job growth, U-M economists say

The Michigan economy, with nine years of uninterrupted job growth from the third quarter of 2009 to the third quarter of 2018, sits on the brink of the longest period of job growth since the World War II era, University of Michigan economic forecasters say.

November 6, 2018

Scenes from Election Day

Students cast their ballots at cardboard booths erected in the Michigan League.

October 24, 2018

U-M, artists 'pave' Liberty Street with 10,000 illuminated books

After months of planning, the Institute for the Humanities presented "Literature vs. Traffic" on Tuesday. The one-night-only installation by Luzinterruptus, an anonymous art collective based in Spain, "paved" Ann Arbor's Liberty Street with more than 10,000 illuminated books.

September 26, 2018

Online course helps students, others engage with communities

More than 5,000 University of Michigan students engage in community-based projects each year, according to reporting alone, and most likely that number is higher when other informal, undocumented experiences are factored in.

September 19, 2018

Feodies Shipp named director of U-M Detroit Center

Feodies Shipp has been named director of the University of Michigan Detroit Center.

A native Detroiter, Shipp has worked at U-M for 23 years and served as the Detroit Center’s associate director and interim director. He had previous roles at the Career Center and Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

September 12, 2018

U-M, Harvard partner to address economic mobility, opioid crisis

The University of Michigan and Harvard University are forming two new partnerships designed to spur economic mobility and reduce poverty in Detroit, as well as combine resources and expertise in response to the national opioid crisis.

August 22, 2018

Student Move-In to bring traffic, parking changes Aug. 29-31

This year’s student Move-In is expected to be as big and bustling as ever, and campus community members can expect changes to the usual traffic and parking patterns from Aug. 29 through Aug. 31, right before the Labor Day weekend.

Pages

Subscribe to State & Community