September 23, 2021

Campus News

  1. September 20, 2021

    Heritage Project — Of splendid ability

  2. September 20, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  3. September 19, 2021

    LEO membership ratifies new three-year contract

    The union representing 1,700 lecturers on U-M’s Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses has overwhelmingly ratified a new three-year contract with the university administration.

  4. September 16, 2021

    First-responder robots could team with wildfire fighters

    Tomorrow’s wildfire fighters and other first responders may tag-team with robotic assistants that can hike through wilderness areas and disaster zones, thanks to a U-M research project funded by a new $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

  5. September 16, 2021

    Professor behind weather data tools wins U-M innovation award

    Perry Samson has been named this year’s Distinguished University Innovator for developing a series of pioneering learning and weather-related tools and technologies and launching companies around them that serve millions.

  6. September 15, 2021

    COVID antibodies reduce reinfection risk for up to six months

    A Michigan Medicine study found that most patients with mild COVID-19 infections produce antibodies that persist and protect them from reinfection for up to six months.

  7. September 15, 2021

    COVID-19 disproportionately affected state’s essential workers

    A disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases among working adults in Michigan were in the health care and social assistance industries, according to a new U-M survey.

  8. September 15, 2021

    U-M ADVANCE works to improve faculty diversity through hiring

    U-M’s ADVANCE Program has been vigorously spearheading an interdisciplinary effort to boost faculty diversity and excellence through recruitment efforts.

  9. September 14, 2021

    U-M ends general COVID-19 notifications for classrooms

    The university has discontinued its broad, generalized COVID-19 case notifications for classrooms and building spaces following recent changes to state guidance and community feedback that the notices were confusing and of limited benefit.

  10. September 14, 2021

    Second round of anti-racism faculty hiring proposals due Oct. 1

    As U-M’s Anti-Racism Faculty Hiring Initiative moves forward, the Office of the Provost is inviting proposals for the second round of clusters of new tenure-track faculty whose scholarship focuses on structural racism and racial inequality.