Campus News

  1. September 27, 2022

    Enrollment of new and international students up at UM-Dearborn this fall

    UM-Dearborn welcomed a higher percentage of new students to campus this semester, along with a record number of international students. Total fall enrollment is down 1% compared with 2021.

  2. September 27, 2022

    Engineering team receives $2M grant to empower mobility

    A College of Engineering research team has received a $2 million NSF grant for a project that looks at long-term ways to provide new solutions for people who use wheelchairs in indoor and outdoor built environments.

  3. September 26, 2022

    Agencies laud UM-Flint for being veteran friendly

    UM-Flint has retained its gold-level status with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency as a veteran-friendly school for an eighth consecutive year, and also has been named a 2022 “Best for Vets” college by the Military Times.

  4. September 26, 2022

    Podcast showcases U-M Latina, Latino students, faculty

    In recognition of Latinx Heritage Month, U-M’s global news team is presenting Latinx@Umich, a limited podcast series showcasing Latina and Latino researchers and graduate students.

  5. September 26, 2022

    NIH grant funds national firearm research coordinating center at U-M

    U-M received a $5.5 million federal grant recently to launch a National Institutes of Health firearm research coordinating center through the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention.

  6. September 26, 2022

    DEI leaders to present campus climate survey results

    A majority of the U-M community rates progress made in the campus climate related to diversity, equity and inclusion as being much or somewhat better than at the start of the DEI strategic plan in 2016.

  7. September 26, 2022

    University seeks nominations for honorary degree recipients

    The U-M community is being asked to nominate individuals who have contributed to their field or society to be considered for honorary degrees.

  8. September 26, 2022

    Egypt’s mysteries, surprises provide powerful pull

    Richard Redding, associate research scientist in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, has spent nearly every winter in Egypt for about 30 years uncovering the mysteries of the Old Kingdom.

  9. September 26, 2022

    Heritage Project — The first freshmen

    Their names are nowhere on the U-M campus. But in 1841 they did what no other young person had ventured to do in Ann Arbor. These six young, white males enrolled.

  10. September 26, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.