March 30, 2023
UM-Flint students create low-cost adaptive products for community
Students in UM-Flint’s occupational therapy doctorate program are building assistive technologies to help patients be more independent.
March 29, 2023
Engineering future careers for doctoral candidates
Guided by data from a doctoral student survey and focus groups, mechanical engineering faculty worked with experts at the Rackham Graduate School to help prepare engineering Ph.D. students for a range of careers.
March 28, 2023
UM-Dearborn program readies students for shifting auto industry
Launching this fall, the revamped Automotive and Mobility Systems Engineering master’s program is built for an industry being transformed by electrification and autonomy.
January 9, 2023
Saturday Morning Physics program coming live from space station
U-M’s Saturday Morning Physics program will feature a question-and-answer session Jan. 14 with astronaut Josh Cassada that will be livestreamed from the International Space Station.
November 15, 2022
UM-Dearborn looks at class content in effort to boost learning
Many UM-Dearborn faculty and administrators are engaged in an effort to transition three-credit courses to four credits as part of an effort to increase learning by adjusting class content.
November 3, 2022
LearningClues revolutionizes how students learn from lectures
LearningClues, which resulted from an interdisciplinary effort that combines artificial intelligence with natural language processing to deliver study guides on demand, is revolutionizing how college students absorb lectures.
October 25, 2022
UM-Dearborn, Henry Ford team up to ease transfer concerns
A new partnership between Henry Ford College and UM-Dearborn — Learn4ward to a Michigan Degree — aims to take the guesswork out of transferring.
October 24, 2022
Funding aids technology use in undergraduate, graduate, faculty education
The Center for Academic Innovation is funding six projects to help U-M faculty and staff adopt and use educational technology to advance teaching and learning.
July 12, 2022
Faculty, staff eligible for funds to adopt educational technology
With a robust portfolio of 12 pieces of learning software, the Center for Academic Innovation is offering adoption funds to invite a wide variety of faculty to utilize an ed tech tool from the portfolio.
April 4, 2022
Third Century Initiative projects: Where are they now?
A look at some of the projects that shared $25 million as part of U-M’s Third Century Initiative to develop innovative, multidisciplinary teaching and learning at the university.