Campus News

  1. October 4, 2023

    Applications sought for Public Engagement Faculty Fellowship

    Applications are being accepted for the Public Engagement Faculty Fellowship, which works in partnership with units across campus to foster public engagement by U-M faculty.

  2. October 4, 2023

    President’s house gets accessibility, infrastructure upgrades

    The President’s Residence will reopen this month after undergoing renovations that blended historic preservation with contemporary updates while improving the home’s accessibility.

  3. October 3, 2023

    U-M publishes second annual climate action report

    The university has released its second annual climate action report, which includes high-level statistics related to sustainable operations and campus involvement, and overviews of various initiatives and next steps.

  4. October 3, 2023

    2023 Security and Fire Safety Report now available online

    The U-M Security and Fire Safety Report for 2023 is now available online with information about public safety and emergency services, as well as three-year statistics of reported crime on campus and adjoining properties.

  5. October 3, 2023

    Online screenings available for National Depression Screening Day

    Oct. 5 is National Depression Screening Day, which raises awareness about the widespread impact of clinical depression, and the importance of mental and emotional health, including resources available through the university.

  6. October 3, 2023

    $81M NIH grant to help answer need for dementia care

    U-M researchers and colleagues in a new National Dementia Workforce Study will survey those who are paid to care for people with dementia in all settings to produce data that could improve care and inform policy.

  7. October 2, 2023

    Funding available to address workplace ergonomic issues

    Departments and units that want to solve ergonomic issues can apply for a grant through the MHealthy Ergonomics Awareness Program through Oct. 31.

  8. October 2, 2023

    U-M’s fall enrollment makes it state’s largest university

    Enrollment at U-M’s Ann Arbor campus grew again this fall, making the university the largest and most sought-after public research institution in the state. Total enrollment reached 52,065 students.

  9. October 2, 2023

    Bhramar Mukherjee to lead research data services strategy

    Bhramar Mukherjee will lead a universitywide strategy designed to support and enhance research data services as the inaugural assistant vice president for research – research data services.

  10. October 2, 2023

    DEI Summit to explore critical race theory, hip-hop

    This year’s DEI Summit will celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip-hop and highlight its intersection with critical race theory, celebrating and exploring the power of storytelling as a driving force for social change.