January 20, 2021

Campus News

  1. January 11, 2021

    Brahmajee Nallamothu named new Precision Health co-director

    Brahmajee Nallamothu, the Stevo Julius Research Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and professor of internal medicine in the Medical School, has become co-director of Precision Health at U-M.

  2. January 11, 2021

    $9.95M for ‘smart intersections’ across Ann Arbor

    The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration has awarded U-M $9.95 million for a project installing more than 20 “smart intersections” in Ann Arbor.

  3. January 11, 2021

    Task force selected to examine campus public safety practices

    President Mark Schlissel and Provost Susan M. Collins have appointed a task force to examine what’s working and what needs to be improved with the university’s Division of Public Safety and Security.

  4. January 11, 2021

    2021 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium

    An index of stories from the Record’s special section on the 2021 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium, including previews of several virtual lectures and discussions.

  5. January 11, 2021

    King’s ‘How long? Not long’ speech encourages change seekers to keep fighting

    During U-M’s 2021 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium, with a theme of “Where Do We Go From Here?” participants can expect to glean successes and lessons from the civil rights movement and King’s life and legacy.

  6. January 11, 2021

    Former football players to share experiences with athletics, activism

    Eric Mayes, co-captain of the 1997 national championship football team, will moderate “Intersection of Black Lives: Demystifying Black student and student-athlete experiences,” part of the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium.

  7. January 11, 2021

    ‘Little Miss Flint’ to share activism lessons during MLK event

    Mari Copeny, known as “Little Miss Flint,” will speak from 2-3 p.m. Jan. 18 during the “Youth Activism: Lessons from Flint and Beyond” online presentation as part of the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium.

  8. January 11, 2021

    Annual MLK Day lecture to focus on building strategies

    The Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies and Global Islamic Studies Center will present its annual MLK Day lecture virtually at 4 p.m. Feb. 8.

  9. January 11, 2021

    Discussion to examine health care disparities, racial empowerment

    The School of Kinesiology will welcome Monique Butler to lead a discussion addressing the theme, “Where Do We Go From Here: Body Politics and Movement Towards Racial Empowerment.”

  10. January 11, 2021

    Prolonged protest a tool for societal change, says civil rights activist

    Author, historian, professor and civil rights leader Mary Frances Berry will serve as the keynote speaker during U-M Library’s lecture, “Race, Protest, and Politics: Where Do We Go From Here?”