The panel of faculty members appointed by the provost to explore the intersection of faculty members’ political ideology and their responsibilities to students has initiated a survey of the university community and will host several open meetings to gather input in the coming weeks.
Author and educator Tim Wise and Detroit school principal and writer Julia Putnam will deliver the 33rd annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium memorial keynote lecture.
Drawing on his experiences as a University of North Carolina professor, Gene Nichol on Wednesday discussed how government and university leadership can undermine academic freedom and free speech in higher education.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity has created several sources of funding for faculty and staff to collaborate within and across disciplinary fields to produce and disseminate their scholarship on important societal issues.
Donors made 12,635 gifts to the University of Michigan on the fifth annual Giving Blueday, held on Giving Tuesday — a worldwide day of giving.
The launch of a new research collaboration and a data center at the University of Michigan marks the start of a unique collaboration among U-M, Michigan State University, the Michigan Department of Education, and the Center for Educational Performance and Information.
Fifteen researchers at the University of Michigan have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, an honor bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers.
Research expenditures at the University of Michigan reached a record high in fiscal year 2018, helping spur advancements in a variety of areas ranging from mobility and opioid addiction to sustainability and the arts.
The Nov. 21 University Record email will be the last one sent until Nov. 28, as the Record’s online and print editions will take a break over the Thanksgiving holiday.
The University of Michigan’s fifth annual Giving Blueday, a 24-hour fundraising campaign for hundreds of different programs and university causes, will be Nov. 27. This year, the university hopes to garner more than 10,000 gifts in support of Michigan.
Growing up in Lapeer County, Ruthie Freeman says, many people in her hometown never had the opportunity to attend college.
For those who did make it, few headed to schools like the University of Michigan.
University of North Carolina professor Gene Nichol will speak on “outside political interference with academic freedom and university-based freedom of speech” when he delivers the 28th annual Davis, Markert, and Nickerson Academic Freedom Lecture.
Driving research that will lead to more personalized therapies and patient care is the focus of the latest A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute grants program, which recently announced its first two awardees.
These days, the energy buzzing around Marouane Kessentini, associate professor of computer and information science, is hard to miss.
UM-Dearborn fall commencement ceremonies scheduled for Dec. 15
Two years ago, as he walked his girlfriend home from a bus stop, Ke’Shon Newman’s brother was shot nine times and killed in crossfire.
The Chicago high school student said the tragedy traumatized his family, leaving the fear that his mother might lose another son due to the conditions of their neighborhood.
The International Institute at the University of Michigan has announced that three doctoral candidates received U.S. Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowships for the 2018-19 academic year.
A $3 million gift from Toyota Motor Corp. endows the first named professorship in artificial intelligence at the University of Michigan and provides additional funding to support AI and robotics faculty.
As the university enters the third year of its diversity, equity and inclusion initiative, Organizational Learning is launching a new set of resources to help individuals, teams and units make progress in cultivating a more inclusive, welcoming and diverse community.
Does the much-maligned carbon dioxide, a driving force behind global warming, deserve its bad rap?
In his upcoming Distinguished University Professor lecture, Gordon L. Amidon will explore carbon dioxide from many angles in his talk titled “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”