August 08, 2020

Campus News

  1. August 6, 2020

    Search begins for vice president for government relations

    President Mark Schlissel has appointed an eight-member advisory committee to assist in the search process for a successor to Cynthia H. Wilbanks, who will retire as vice president for government relations.

  2. August 6, 2020

    Stephen Ross, Jeff Blau give $6M for Ross School diversity initiatives

    Stephen M. Ross and Jeff T. Blau have committed $6 million to help the Stephen M. Ross School of Business further its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

  3. August 6, 2020

    University HR urges continued workplace flexibility

    As school districts announce decisions about K-12 education, University Human Resources acknowledged the continuing challenges of child care and work-life balance and urged supervisors to remain flexible.

  4. August 4, 2020

    Students help communities with COVID-19 challenges

    Led by the School of Information, Citizen Interaction Design pairs students from across the university’s school and colleges with civic leaders to work on enhancing community engagement. 

  5. August 3, 2020

    Student Life updates students about fall procedures

    U-M students preparing to return to campus for a hybrid model of remote and in-person instruction this fall are being informed of new procedures to minimize the impact of COVID-19.

  6. August 3, 2020

    Schlissel apologizes to all affected by Philbert misconduct, for U-M failings

    President Mark Schlissel on Aug. 3 apologized “to everyone affected by Martin Philbert’s misconduct and for our institution’s failings” days after a report detailed nearly two decades of sexual misconduct.

  7. August 2, 2020

    Ginsberg Center on civic engagement during the pandemic

    In an episode of the Michigan Minds podcast, Ginsberg Center staff discuss living up to its mission of cultivating equitable partnerships between communities and U-M during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  8. July 29, 2020

    U-M Library preparing for expanded remote services this fall

    U-M’s libraries are preparing for a public health-informed in-residence fall semester. Learn more about the steps library officials are taking now and into the new semester.

  9. July 28, 2020

    Precision Health expands campuswide data resources

    Precision Health at U-M has recently improved and expanded its offerings for campus researchers in genetics, pharmacogenomics, operations, artificial intelligence and other precision health-related fields.

  10. July 28, 2020

    REMINDER: Nominations for 2020 Neubacher Award due Aug. 5

    Nominations will be accepted through Aug. 5 for the 31st annual James T. Neubacher Award to honor an advocate for equal rights and opportunities for people with disabilities.