Campus News

  1. June 4, 2024

    University ranks among the best in annual QS World Rankings

    U-M has maintained its place as one of three public universities to make the top 15 U.S. institutions in the QS World University Rankings 2025 edition. The university ranked 44th among 1,503 universities across the globe.

  2. June 4, 2024

    U-M to launch plan for Campus Connector with Industry Day

    The university is revisiting a Campus Connector transportation concept, including a core automated transit system and a bus rapid transit system to move people between the Central, Medical and North campuses in minutes.

  3. June 3, 2024

    U-M lands $6.5M center to study Great Lakes algal blooms

    Great Lakes researchers at U-M have been awarded a $6.5 million, five-year federal grant to host a center for the study of links between climate change, harmful algal blooms and human health.

  4. May 30, 2024

    University, Detroit Regional Chamber announce plans for innovation corridor

    U-M and the Detroit Regional Chamber have unveiled plans for Innovate Michigan, a strategic initiative to foster innovation, technological advancement and economic growth in a corridor from Ann Arbor to Detroit.

  5. May 29, 2024

    U-M chemist receives national Brown Investigator award

    LSA professor Kerri Pratt is among the 2024 class of Brown Investigators, the first class selected through the newly formed Brown Institute for Basic Sciences at Caltech.

  6. May 28, 2024

    Committee issues call for feedback on diversity of thought and freedom of expression

    An advisory committee on diversity of thought and freedom of expression has issued a call for feedback to faculty, students and staff on all three campuses and the medical center.

  7. May 24, 2024

    U-M wins competitions for waste and energy reduction

    The university’s Ann Arbor and Dearborn campuses have been recognized for their sustainability impact in two separate contests: the Campus Race to Zero Waste and the Michigan Battle of the Buildings.

  8. May 23, 2024

    Library offers free borrowing privileges for Native people

    The U-M Library is extending free borrowing privileges to Native and Indigenous people not already affiliated with the university, allowing them to check out items from the library’s circulating collection.

  9. May 22, 2024

    LSA funds five new Meet the Moment projects with $4.7M

    LSA has awarded $4.7 million to five new faculty research projects as part of its Meet the Moment Research Initiative that seek to address some of today’s most challenging issues.

  10. May 22, 2024

    Jason Young to lead Institute for the Humanities

    Jason Young has been named director of the Institute for the Humanities. His appointment, which the Board of Regents approved May 16, is effective July 1 and runs through June 30, 2029.