April 12, 2021

Campus News

  1. October 17, 2013

    University launches back-pain information website for employees

    Based on health questionnaire data, back pain is one of the top health risks for U-M faculty and staff members, with nearly 24 percent being at high risk for back pain in 2012. “Nearly all of us will experience back pain at some point in our lives,” says Dr. Dan Chapman, a physician at Occupational…
  2. October 17, 2013

    School of Information dean and wife pledge $2.5M gift to U-M

    School of Information dean Jeffrey MacKie-Mason and his wife, Janet Netz, have committed to a gift of $2.5 million to the school. The gift is among the largest made by a dean at the University of Michigan to his or her school or college.

  3. October 16, 2013

    Enrollment and freshman applications hit record at U-M Ann Arbor

    Enrollment at the Ann Arbor campus has set an all-time record for the fifth consecutive year, with 43,710 students in fall 2013, a 0.7 percent increase from the previous year. Undergraduate enrollment grew by 1.1 percent, and the number of graduate/professional students fell by 0.1 percent. Freshman applications were up 10 percent, to a record 46,813.

  4. October 14, 2013

    Five nominated for Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell scholarships

    The Provost’s Council on Student Honors has nominated five students for the prestigious Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholarships.

  5. October 14, 2013

    Library expands 3-D printer access

    The 3D Lab, part of the U-M Library’s Digital Media Commons on North Campus, is expanding campus access to 3-D printers with a grant from the university’s Third Century Initiative.

  6. October 14, 2013

    Math Professor Curtis Huntington dies after battle with cancer

    Curtis E. Huntington, professor and associate chair of mathematics, died Oct. 7 after a four-year battle with cancer.

  7. October 14, 2013

    Landmark U-M effort measures sustainability culture on campus

    Most U-M faculty, students and staff say they are committed to sustainability, but new survey results indicate significant room for improvement in sustainability behaviors, awareness, engagement and accountability.

  8. October 14, 2013

    Civil liberties lawyer Marjorie Heins to deliver academic freedom lecture

    Marjorie Heins, founding director of the Free Expression Policy Project, which provides research and advocacy on free speech, copyright, and media democracy issues, will deliver the University Senate’s 23rd Annual Davis, Markert, Nickerson Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom on Oct. 23.

  9. October 9, 2013

    Coleman measures plans, progress toward ‘university of tomorrow’

    The historic launch next month of the university’s boldest-ever capital campaign and the celebration of its bicentennial in 2017 were among the key messages of President Mary Sue Coleman’s annual Leadership Breakfast address.

  10. October 8, 2013

    Mary Sue and Kenneth Coleman give $1M gift for global scholarships

    President Mary Sue Coleman and her husband, Kenneth, are giving $1 million toward scholarships for U-M undergraduate and graduate students to support international study, internships, service work and other opportunities.