October 19, 2019

Academics

  1. October 28, 2013

    U-M Fulbright recipients

    List of U-M student and faculty Fulbright recipients.

  2. October 23, 2013

    Free U-M online course aids understanding of health care reform

    Answering questions raised by the latest reform to the U.S. health care system — the Affordable Care Act — is the goal of a new free U-M online course being offered through Coursera.

  3. October 23, 2013

    Dwindling tenure a challenge to academic freedom, author says

    The sharp decline in the number of tenure-track academic jobs is among current challenges to academic freedom, author and civil liberties lawyer Marjorie Heins said Wednesday.

  4. October 17, 2013

    School of Information dean and wife pledge $2.5M gift to U-M

    School of Information dean Jeffrey MacKie-Mason and his wife, Janet Netz, have committed to a gift of $2.5 million to the school. The gift is among the largest made by a dean at the University of Michigan to his or her school or college.

  5. October 15, 2013

    School of Kinesiology launches new health and fitness major

    University of Michigan undergraduates interested in the School of Kinesiology can now choose a health and fitness major, new this year and highly relevant in this age of health, wellness and physical activity.

  6. October 14, 2013

    Five nominated for Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell scholarships

    The Provost’s Council on Student Honors has nominated five students for the prestigious Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholarships.

  7. October 14, 2013

    Civil liberties lawyer Marjorie Heins to deliver academic freedom lecture

    Marjorie Heins, founding director of the Free Expression Policy Project, which provides research and advocacy on free speech, copyright, and media democracy issues, will deliver the University Senate’s 23rd Annual Davis, Markert, Nickerson Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom on Oct. 23.

  8. October 9, 2013

    Coleman measures plans, progress toward ‘university of tomorrow’

    The historic launch next month of the university’s boldest-ever capital campaign and the celebration of its bicentennial in 2017 were among the key messages of President Mary Sue Coleman’s annual Leadership Breakfast address.