Campus News

  1. January 24, 2022

    Michigan Dining chef building statewide sustainable food network

    Frank Turchan, executive chef at University of Michigan Dining, travels the state looking for quality Michigan food products to be part of the campuswide Sustainable Food Systems Initiative.

  2. January 24, 2022

    Expanded certification pathway to help ease teacher shortages

    A newly expanded U-M program offers an alternative route to teacher certification to help alleviate the teacher shortage while ensuring the development of quality educators.

  3. January 24, 2022

    Library taking steps to remediate harmful metadata language

    The U-M Library, the William L. Clements Library, and the Bentley Historical Library are working to remediate harmful language in the metadata.

  4. January 24, 2022

    New York native drums up performance, teaching career

    Ian Antonio, assistant professor of music in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, has played the drums since before he can remember and performed on four continents.

  5. January 24, 2022

    Heritage Project — Fraternity war

    In the fall term of 1845, just four years after classes had begun at the University of Michigan, a junior named George Becker and several friends joined together to create U-M’s first fraternity.

  6. January 24, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  7. January 21, 2022

    Five named inaugural fellows in new anti-racism program

    The Anti-Racism Collaborative has named five faculty members from across the university as Research and Community Impact Fellows.

  8. January 20, 2022

    Human Resources updates information about free COVID-19 tests

    As questions have arisen about U-M’s plan to provide at-home rapid antigen tests for COVID-19, University Human Resources has updated and expanded its information about the program.

  9. January 19, 2022

    U-M reaches $490 million settlement with Anderson plaintiffs

    U-M and attorneys for claimants who have alleged abuse by the late physician Robert E. Anderson have reached a settlement agreement that would resolve all of those survivors’ claims against the university.

  10. January 19, 2022

    Michigan Medicine offering gun locks to those in crisis

    A new effort to reduce the risk of firearm injury by offering free gun locks and educational resources to people receiving care for a mental health crisis is now under way at Michigan Medicine.