1. May 1, 2014

    Master of Entrepreneurship helps students avoid startup blunders

    Now in its second year, the joint Master of Entrepreneurship program is helping students set a strong foundation for their startup companies.

  2. April 30, 2014

    2013 Distinguished Dissertation Awards

    The 2013 ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award recipients are: From left, front row, Federico Helfgott, anthropology and history; Matthew Cohn, classical studies. Middle row: Kerry Ard, sociology and natural resources and the environment; Yan Long, women’s studies and sociology; Dongyoon Lee, computer science and engineering. Back row: Sara Jackson, Germanic languages and literatures; Michael Anderson, astronomy and astrophysics; and Brian DeVree, chemical biology. Not pictured:…
  3. April 28, 2014

    Uncovering Siberian mammoth bones outside the comfort zone

    Senior Chris Whalen had already decided to pursue a career in paleontology but wasn’t sure how he would handle long stretches of fieldwork in remote locations. So he tested his limits by spending a month in Siberia with his professor and several other U-M students, searching for woolly mammoth bones on the windswept tundra. “That…
  4. April 23, 2014

    Enriching Scholarship offers workshops, discussions, seminars

    Registration is open for Enriching Scholarship 2014, a free week of offerings to foster engaged and effective teaching, learning and research for U-M faculty and staff.

  5. April 22, 2014

    Global Information Engagement scholars prepare for India projects

    Nineteen U-M students will travel to locations in India in May to work on six projects that are part of the Global Information Engagement Program.

  6. April 14, 2014

    Event draws volunteers eager to translate for a purpose

    Volunteers representing 15 different languages were among 67 people who signed up for the second annual Translate-a-thon, during which 50 projects were translated for various non-profit organizations.

  7. April 14, 2014

    Technology meets literature as students map a classic novel

    The class “Mapping Moby-Dick” uses maps to figure out, and then illustrate, what author Herman Melville was talking about and where he was going in his novel full of geographic hop-scotching and symbolism.

  8. April 8, 2014

    AMA conference shines spotlight on Medical School education

    Dozens of leaders from top medical schools around the country, and from the American Medical Association, are gathering at U-M for a unique conference on medical education.

  9. April 4, 2014

    India Initiative awards offer exciting opportunities for students

    Six projects have been selected for funding under the Office of the President’s India Initiative to inspire innovative programs that enhance student learning experiences.

  10. April 3, 2014

    Lieberman discusses ‘multifaceted integration’ in Golden Apple lecture

    Professor Victor Lieberman spoke about “What I Think I Know About History” for his Golden Apple Award “last lecture” Wednesday.