Professors Jody R. Lori of the School of Nursing and Rada Mihalcea of the College of Engineering will receive the 2019 Sarah Goddard Power Award, and the School of Nursing will be recognized with the Rhetaugh G. Dumas Progress in Diversifying Award by the Academic Women's Caucus.
Mcity at the University of Michigan has outlined a test track-based concept for evaluating the safety of highly automated vehicles before they’re tested on public roads that could emerge as a model for a voluntary standard for safety testing.
More than 86,000 University of Michigan community members have turned on Duo two-factor authentication for Weblogin and are helping to increase IT security on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses, and at Michigan Medicine.
University community members are invited to attend two upcoming town halls to provide input directly to a search advisory committee about the desired qualities, experience and areas of focus for a new University of Michigan-Flint chancellor.
Three lecturers have been honored for outstanding contributions to instruction as the 2018-19 Collegiate Lecturers, a title the three will retain throughout their careers at the university.
For the first time, Mcubed has distributed funding to faculty from all three University of Michigan campuses.
Yasamin Kusunoki was a young girl growing up in California when she made an observation that stayed with her.
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies grant to fund student fieldwork
Two new gifts totaling $8.2 million to LSA from alumna and retired professor Ilene Forsyth will secure the future study of medieval art at the University of Michigan and provide educational and research opportunities for faculty and students.
On any given day across Michigan nearly 100 homeowners or renters could be evicted — a rate almost one-and-a-half times the national average. That is a problem one of nine new projects funded by Poverty Solutions and supported by the Detroit Urban Research Center aims to tackle this year.
Partnerships, co-production and research to practice. These themes define four projects recently awarded Catalyst Grants by the Graham Sustainability Institute.
MLK Symposium keynote to feature Julia Putnam, Tim Wise
Some of the contributions and achievements of black female mathematicians — and women in science, technology, engineering and math careers more broadly — were highlighted on the big screen with the Oscar-nominated film “Hidden Figures.”
Implicit biases are pervasive. Everyone possesses them, even people who are trained for objectivity such as judges and scientists.
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The Record's special section on the 2019 MLK Symposium
In his directorial debut, “Hailing César,” the grandson of César Chávez embarks on a journey to better understand his grandfather’s legacy.
Julie J. Park, a University of Maryland, College Park associate professor, will discuss a recent Harvard University affirmative action case and how Asian Americans fit into the debate about race-conscious college admissions.
As part the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium, award-winning author and scholar Michael Eric Dyson will deliver a talk at 2 p.m. Jan. 21 at the Michigan League.
The Department of Dance will present the annual ‘Complex Rhythms’ dance concert in the Power Center for the Performing Arts. Performances run from Feb. 7 through Feb. 10.
The concert will feature works by four choreographers who will draw from African and African-American aesthetic forms.
“Past Tense” will use poetry, videos and music to serve as a meditation and response to violence against African Americans at the hands of law enforcement and others in authority.
Author and educator Tim Wise and Detroit school principal and writer Julia Putnam will deliver the 33rd annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium memorial keynote lecture.