June 18, 2021

Academics

  1. November 25, 2013

    Growing community at campus farm engages learning

    Over the last year and a half, a variety of classes, groups and individuals have come to the 2-acre campus farm at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens to work and grow community as well as produce.

  2. November 25, 2013

    Eight U-M researchers selected as 2013 AAAS fellows

    Eight U-M scientists and engineers have been elected 2013 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their efforts to advance science applications deemed scientifically or socially distinguished.

  3. November 18, 2013

    Project seeks to change how STEM courses are taught

    A new effort called REBUILD is designed to transform the way STEM courses — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — are taught in LSA. 

  4. November 18, 2013

    New round of Third Century Initiative learning funds available

    Faculty and staff who have ideas for engaged, action-based learning are encouraged to submit proposals for the next round of Third Century Initiative funding, due Jan. 17. 

  5. November 11, 2013

    Higher ed briefs

    News from other Michigan public universities and U-M peer institutions across the nation.

  6. November 7, 2013

    U-M hosts Summit on Diversity in Graduate Education

    This week’s Summit on Diversity in Graduate Education drew more than 150 scholars and practitioners from across the country to explore diversity’s role in the academic and social contexts of graduate school.

  7. November 5, 2013

    U-M professor co-authors landmark dictionary about Buddhism

    Donald Lopez, the Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, has spent the past 12 years compiling the most authoritative and wide-ranging reference on Buddhism ever produced in English.

  8. November 4, 2013

    U-M aims to offer entrepreneurial education to all undergrads

    In an effort to offer formal entrepreneurship education to all U-M undergraduates within the next two years, Provost Martha Pollack has appointed Thomas Zurbuchen, an engineering professor with a proven entrepreneurial track record, as senior counselor for entrepreneurial education.

  9. October 29, 2013

    Symposium to explore urban planning in a ‘post-racial’ society

    The Urban and Regional Planning program at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning is hosting a symposium and workshops that will explore the role of the urban planner and planning in a “post-racial” society.

  10. October 29, 2013

    School of Information announces initiative for student engagement

    A $2 million initiative at the School of Information aims to engage every student in information- and technology-related service projects and action-based learning during their studies.