The ITS CTools Team has introduced a new way for faculty to build, manage and use course sites. The feature, called Lesson Builder, provides sequencing capabilities that allow instructors to create sites with easy-to-follow navigation and instructions for students.
Harry Belafonte, groundbreaking recording artist, actor and social activist, is the keynote speaker for the 28th annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium, presented in January at the University of Michigan.
With the renovation of the A. Alfred Taubman Health Sciences Library set to begin in the new year, the building will close at 11:45 p.m. Dec. 22. The library’s usual extended exam hours will begin Sunday.
A full house of enthusiastic celebrants gathered at Palmer Commons on Tuesday to congratulate the 11 individual staff members and five staff team recipients of the 2013 Distinguished Diversity Leadership Awards.
Five staff teams were honored with Distinguished Diversity Leadership Awards on Tuesday. Read more about the awards.
The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs has passed two resolutions related to the administration’s plan to consolidate financial transaction and human resource functions at a new Shared Services Center.
WHEREAS, The University of Michigan retained outside consulting firms to develop and implement the Administrative Services Transformation (AST) of finance and human resources, the IT Rationalization plan, and the Retirement Benefits review, all of which resulted in deeply flawed planning processes, damaging the confidence of the faculty in the A
WHEREAS, we join with the University of Michigan Board of Regents and Central Administration in seeking to deliver excellent education at affordable cost in an era of sharply diminished state appropriations;
A second South Carolina man was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of open murder in the death of Medical School student Paul DeWolf.
Joei A. Jordan, 20, of Sumter, S.C., was arraigned in 14A District Court on one charge of open murder, two charges of first-degree home invasion and one charge of conspiracy to commit home invasion.
The University Record will suspend delivery of its daily newsletter during the Thanksgiving break.
If major items of interest to faculty and staff occur over the break, they may be posted to the Record website.
Eight U-M scientists and engineers have been elected 2013 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. U-M researchers were among 388 new fellows announced Monday by AAAS.
A South Carolina man was arraigned Friday on a charge of open murder in the death of Medical School student Paul DeWolf, who was killed in his Ann Arbor apartment in July.
Derek R. Peterson, professor of history and Afroamerican and African studies, LSA, has been selected as winner of the 2013 Martin A. Klein Prize in African History for his book “Ethnic Patriotism and the East Africa Revival: A History of Dissent, c.
UCLL selected to support U.S. program
The holiday exhibit “50 Shades of Green” Nov. 30-Jan. 5 at Matthaei Botanical Gardens showcases the conservatory at Matthaei and its extensive collection of tropical, temperate and desert plants from around the world.
Ann Arbor-based Conlin Travel will replace TSI-USA — formerly known as TravelFocus — as U-M’s official travel agency within Concur, the university’s automated travel and expense system, starting Dec. 2.
The University of Michigan was recently named one of Michigan’s healthiest employers in a statewide analysis of employers whose policies and practices promote a healthy workforce.
The Human Trafficking Clinic at the Law School has been awarded a $500,000, three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to fund a partnership between the clinic and domestic-violence and sexual-assault services.
Medical School Dean Dr. James Woolliscroft has named a search advisory committee in the search for director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Hundreds of people from far-flung corners of U-M gathered Friday for the inaugural MCubed conference, a celebration of the seed grant program’s first funding year and a showcase of the 200-plus projects it’s making possible.