September 17, 2019

Academics

  1. January 29, 2019

    February teach-out will focus on issues around self-driving cars

    U-M will offer an online teach-out Feb. 4-28 for those interested in learning more about a variety of issues involving connected and automated vehicles, and their impact on mobility and transportation.

  2. December 16, 2018

    Academic Innovation notes strides as U-M hits online enrollment milestone

    U-M has experienced more than 7 million enrollments in online learning opportunities in the four years since it announced a centralized effort to promote digital learning.

  3. December 13, 2018

    Provost’s Seminar on Teaching explores nature of master’s degrees

    Faculty and administrators discussed master’s degrees within the academic landscape, and the similarities and broad differences between master’s programs at the fall Provost’s Seminar on Teaching.

  4. December 3, 2018

    Ford School launches new degree that builds on work experience

    The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy is launching a new degree in the 2019-20 academic year geared toward students with some professional work experience who are passionate about public affairs.

  5. December 3, 2018

    U-M approves graduate certificate in computational neuroscience

    The new Graduate Certificate in Computational Neuroscience will help bridge the gap between experimentally focused studies and quantitative modeling and analysis.

  6. October 29, 2018

    Mentoring at Michigan

    Through several campus mentoring programs, U-M faculty and staff can find an accessible way to positively shape students’ college experiences.

  7. October 29, 2018

    Teach-out to encourage common ground in turbulent times

    An online teach-out called Finding Common Ground, conducted by political science professor Arthur Lupia, begins Nov. 5 and is designed to help people find ways to listen and respect differing viewpoints.

  8. September 27, 2018

    ‘Active learning’ effort a step toward broader change in higher ed

    U-M is leading a new multi-institutional project that aims to dispel professors’ concerns about the “active learning” teaching method that requires students to participate in their own learning.

  9. September 19, 2018

    International Institute announces interdisciplinary master’s program

    The International Institute at U-M will offer a Master’s in International and Regional Studies beginning in the fall of 2019.

  10. September 4, 2018

    #HereToLearn encourages learning lifestyle for U-M community

    Why are you “here to learn?” This question posed to alumni and other University of Michigan learners by the Office of Academic Innovation is followed with a commitment: We’ll help you get there.