Campus News

  1. December 6, 2022

    University shares reminder about severe weather policy

    As the cold and snowy season approaches, and the potential for severe weather increases, campus leaders are reminding the community about the university’s policy for reducing operations.

  2. December 5, 2022

    Remembering faculty member Huei Peng

    Huei Peng, Roger L. McCarthy Professor of Mechanical Engineering, died Nov. 17. Peng joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 1993 and served as the director of Mcity from 2016-21.

  3. December 5, 2022

    Both habitat quality and biodiversity can impact bee health

    New analysis by U-M researchers of several thousand Michigan bees showed that efforts to promote the future health of both wild bees and managed honeybee colonies need to consider specific habitat needs.

  4. December 5, 2022

    Online course centers equity and justice in technology policy

    A new massive open online course will help STEM and policy professionals, community organizers, and students understand how injustices can become embedded in technology and associated policies.

  5. December 5, 2022

    Temporary Palmer recreation facility to open in January

    Construction on a 23,000-square-foot Palmer Field Temporary Recreation Facility has been ongoing since the summer and is expected to wrap up in January when the facility opens for use.

  6. December 5, 2022

    Faculty and staff urged to complete training to prevent retaliation

    As part of U-M’s work to reinforce its commitment to preventing retaliation and protecting those who report improper behavior, it is highly recommended that faculty and staff complete a new online training module.

  7. December 5, 2022

    Board of Regents to meet Dec. 8; livestream available

    The Board of Regents is scheduled to meet at 4 p.m. Thursday in University Hall in the Alexander G. Ruthven Building. A livestream of the meeting will allow people to watch the meeting online.

  8. December 5, 2022

    Photographer channels passion for weather into storm chasing

    Daryl Marshke, a senior photographer with Michigan Creative, has a passion for photographing storms, an interest piqued at a young age when his Brighton home was damaged by a tornado. 

  9. December 5, 2022

    Heritage Project — The Michigan scientist who was ‘Arrowsmith’

    When the new novel “Arrowsmith” reached the nation’s bookstores in 1925, the author, Sinclair Lewis, was already the most celebrated American writer of the day.

  10. December 5, 2022

    Obituary — Leroy B. Townsend

    Leroy B. Townsend, Albert B. Prescott Emeritus of Medicinal Chemistry and professor emeritus of chemistry, died Oct. 15, 2022.