September 17, 2019

Campus News

  1. September 5, 2019

    U-M ranked No. 2 public university in U.S., 27th overall in WSJ/THE

    U-M has maintained its ranking as the No. 2 public university by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education, and it moved up one spot to No. 27 overall in the 2020 list of U.S. universities.

  2. September 5, 2019

    Marijuana use among U.S. college students hits 35-year high

    College students’ use of marijuana in 2018 was at the highest level seen in the past three-and-a-half decades, according to findings in U-M’s annual national Monitoring the Future study.

  3. September 4, 2019

    International Institute names inaugural faculty fellow

    The International Institute has named Russian investigative journalist and scholar Yevgenia Albats as its inaugural International Institute Distinguished Faculty Fellow for 2019-20.

  4. September 3, 2019

    University lists lots to be cleared for football parking

    With the 2019 U-M home football season underway, Logistics, Transportation & Parking and the athletic department ask for assistance regarding parking for game attendees.

  5. September 3, 2019

    Fraternity & Sorority Life moving to new location

    On the eve of a 175-year anniversary celebration of fraternal organizations and tradition at U-M, Fraternity & Sorority Life will move to 1443 Washtenaw Ave. this December.

  6. September 3, 2019

    Assistant professor charts new pathways for research, students

    Alison Narayan explores uncharted pathways in her research, which centers on innovations in chemistry and new ways to build molecules. When she’s not in the lab, Narayan works to create pathways for underrepresented groups to study science.

  7. September 3, 2019

    Welcome back! Tips and updates for a new academic year

  8. September 3, 2019

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the university.

  9. September 3, 2019

    Accolades — September 2019

    Awards and honors for U-M faculty and staff.

  10. September 3, 2019

    Obituary — Rane Curl

    Rane Curl, professor emeritus of chemical engineering whose colleagues and students will remember his clear enunciation of the high standards of performance expected in his classes and in graduate research, died May 12.