September 29, 2020

Campus News

  1. September 18, 2014

    Regents Roundup — September 2014

    A roundup of other items approved at Thursday’s Board of Regents meeting.

  2. September 18, 2014

    U-M Health System plans operating room expansion

    The U-M Health System will renovate its surgical suites to create four new operating rooms in University Hospital.

  3. September 18, 2014

    American National Election Studies receives $10M in federal funds

    Researchers at U-M and Stanford University have been awarded $10.23 million to conduct a series of surveys on political participation and vote choice in the 2016 presidential election.

  4. September 18, 2014

    Regents approve renovations to Intramural Sports Building

    The Intramural Sports Building will undergo a comprehensive renovation. The Board of Regents approved the project Thursday.

  5. September 18, 2014

    Regents OK Athletics South Competition and Performance Project

    The Board of Regents on Thursday approved the Athletics South Competition and Performance Project, located along South State Street.

  6. September 18, 2014

    Campus geared up quickly for large freshman class

    Provost Martha Pollack said Thursday the Ann Arbor campus moved quickly over the summer to prepare for a larger-than-expected freshman class.

  7. September 17, 2014

    English professor and poet named MacArthur Fellow

    Khaled Mattawa, a U-M professor and poet-translator of Arabic poetry, has been chosen for a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, also known as a “genius grant.”

  8. September 17, 2014

    Popular Science puts U-M engineer on its Brilliant Ten list

    Prabal Dutta, a U-M engineering professor whose work on energy-scavenging sensors could help herald the Internet of Things, is one of Popular Science magazine’s Brilliant Ten.

    Julia Adler-Milstein among 10 Influential Women in Health IT

  9. September 17, 2014

    New play about rape case part of U-M sexual-assault prevention campaign

    The university has launched a major sexual-assault prevention campaign in conjunction with the premiere of a play about a highly publicized rape case.

  10. September 17, 2014

    Search advisory committee for next ISR director is named

    Provost Martha Pollack has named an advisory committee to search for a new director of the Institute for Social Research.