December 14, 2019

Campus News

  1. December 13, 2019

    Faculty group to set academic agenda for 2020 presidential debate

    As U-M prepares to host a presidential debate next October, a new faculty advisory committee will begin to explore related academic and civic experiences to take place in the preceding months.

  2. December 13, 2019

    The University Record is going on break until next semester

    The Dec. 16 email edition of The University Record is the last one for 2019. Regular daily issues of the Record email will return Jan. 8. The Record’s print edition will resume Jan. 13.

  3. December 13, 2019

    Faculty group reviewing tenure rules plans town halls, online survey

    A faculty working group tasked with recommending changes to U-M’s policies that cover dismissal of tenured faculty will launch two initiatives across all three campuses in January to gather additional faculty input.

  4. December 13, 2019

    Fellowship program aims to support faculty public engagement

    The Public Engagement Faculty Fellowship will provide support for faculty who are new to public engagement or those who are interested in experimenting within their engagement practice.

  5. December 13, 2019

    New award will bolster Stamps School graduates’ big ideas

    The Big Idea Award, honoring the late Penny W. Stamps and inspired by her April 2018 commencement speech, will grant $25,000 to advance the major project of one graduating senior.

  6. December 13, 2019

    Registration now open for 2020 Kids Kare at Home

    Registration is now open for Kids Kare at Home, a sick-child and backup child care service for the U-M community for those times when regular care is unavailable. Registration is free.

  7. December 12, 2019

    Work Connections now providing FMLA administrative services

    Work Connections, U-M’s integrated disability management program, is now providing administrative services for university employees covered by the Family and Medical Leave Act.

  8. December 11, 2019

    LSA senior wins prestigious Marshall Scholarship to study in U.K.

    Evan Binkley, a senior in the LSA Honors Program, has been awarded the prestigious Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the United Kingdom.

  9. December 11, 2019

    Tandem helps students work, participate better in teams

    Three College of Engineering faculty members and the Center for Academic Innovation have developed Tandem, a high-tech tool to help students build research, communication and teamwork skills.

  10. December 11, 2019

    Hospital construction start to affect Medical Campus wayfinding

    Construction will begin later this month on U-M’s new adult hospital , which will affect travel, parking and pedestrian routes in that area of the Medical Campus.