Campus News

  1. August 12, 2022

    Exterior demolition begins at Fleming Administration Building

    Exterior demolition of the 54-year-old Fleming Administration Building, once home to the offices of U-M presidents and the site of raucous student protests, began Aug. 11.

  2. August 12, 2022

    U-M awarded data-driven drug discovery grant from NSF

    U-M will launch a new center to significantly accelerate drug development and assessment of the various outcomes associated with these treatments, while also reducing national health care expenditures.

  3. August 12, 2022

    U-M receives NSF grant for data-driven drug discovery

    U-M will launch a new center to significantly accelerate drug development and assessment of the various outcomes associated with these treatments, while also reducing national health care expenditures.

  4. August 10, 2022

    Campuswide New Faculty Orientation set for Aug. 24

    A campuswide New Faculty Orientation, designed to help new faculty members prepare for their first year at U-M, will take place Aug. 24 at the Michigan League.

  5. August 8, 2022

    Roe v. Wade Teach-Out to address questions about abortion access

    U-M has created an online “Roe v. Wade Teach-Out” to help people understand the history of abortion rights, legal challenges and what comes after the Supreme Court’s ruling that there is no constitutional right to abortion.

  6. August 5, 2022

    U-M updates community on monkeypox ahead of fall term

    The university is sharing information with the campus community related to the spread and prevention of the monkeypox virus as it prepares for the start of the fall 2022 term.

  7. August 4, 2022

    University files amicus brief in support of Harvard, UNC

    U-M has filed an amicus brief supporting Harvard University and the University of North Carolina in a lawsuit looking to remove the consideration of race in college and university admissions.

  8. August 3, 2022

    Federal agency awards U-M Health five-star quality rating

    U-M Health received the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services highest possible quality designation in the agency’s most recent release of its Overall Hospital Quality Star Ratings.

  9. August 3, 2022

    Ruling paves way for new programs targeting sexual misconduct

    A federal district judge has approved a settlement in a class-action lawsuit that creates a broadly representative team designed to further protect the U-M community from sexual misconduct.

  10. August 3, 2022

    Elizabeth Yakel to serve as interim School of Information dean

    Elizabeth Yakel, the C. Olivia Frost Collegiate Professor of Information and senior associate dean for academic affairs in the School of Information, will be the school’s interim dean starting Aug. 15.