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February 15, 2019

Campus News

January 31, 2019

CHRT 2019 Policy Fellowships now underway

Six university-affiliated researchers and six Lansing-based policymakers will participate in a series of seminars and experiential learning opportunities focused on health policy and practice in Michigan and nationally.

January 29, 2019

Wind chills prompt reduced operations Wed.-Thurs.; classes canceled

The University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus issued an emergency reduction in operations effective at midnight Tuesday through 7 a.m. Friday, due to predicted extreme low temperatures and wind chills.

All classes and events occurring during this time have been canceled.

January 28, 2019

Campus briefs

Ford School joins public affairs schools in Diversity Alliance

January 25, 2019

Annual waste reduction competitions returning to campus

The University of Michigan community is being challenged to think outside the trash bin to reduce the amount of waste generated on Ann Arbor’s campus during the annual RecycleMania Battle of the Buildings Competition.

January 24, 2019

U-M leading $25M program to advance nuclear nonproliferation

Advancing technologies to identify bomb-making nuclear materials, ferret out secret nuclear weapons facilities and detect nuclear detonations anywhere in the world is the aim of a new $25 million program led by the University of Michigan and funded by the Nuclear National Security Administration.

January 23, 2019

Search begins for head of institutional equity office

A search is underway for the next associate vice provost and senior director to lead the university’s Office for Institutional Equity.

This senior leadership role includes universitywide oversight for handling allegations of harassment or other discriminatory behavior, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act.

January 21, 2019

MLK Symposium speakers explore resistance, unraveling injustice

Julia Putnam and Tim Wise discussed ways to resist oppressive systems, the misremembering of American history, and how education can help unravel injustice during their Keynote Memorial Lecture for U-M’s 33rd annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium.

January 21, 2019

Professor’s work focuses on molecules key to curing diseases

Growing up in Germany, Nils G. Walter formed a positive, but secondhand, impression of the United States.

His father had been a prisoner of war in Texas who often told Walter about the kindness of Americans and T-bone steaks the size of dinner plates.

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