More than 40 participants gathered Saturday for a strategic and action-oriented conference designed to build collaboration among religious, spiritual and secular voices at the University of Michigan and other area higher education institutions.
In her long and distinguished career as a field archaeologist, Sharon Herbert has learned that “even the best laid research plan doesn’t guarantee that you’ll find what you thought you were going to find.”
University of Michigan instructional, research and clinical faculty are invited to apply for consideration to be part of the 2019 Michigan Road Scholar Tour, scheduled for May 6-10.
$6.8M initiative to enable American laser renaissance
Kimberly Dowdell can still remember the finer details of her two childhood homes in Detroit.
It’s important to talk about mental health. About one in five adults in the United States — more than 43 million people — experiences a mental health condition, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Michael J. Solomon, dean of the Rackham Graduate School and vice provost for academic affairs – graduate studies, has appointed an advisory committee in the search for a new director of the William L. Clements Library. The search is underway.
J. Kevin Graffagnino will step down as director of the Clements Library at the end of 2019.
With the end of the year fast approaching, many will be celebrating the season with holiday parties and spending time with family and friends. This may also mean having an alcoholic beverage or two.
Election Day in Michigan brought the passage of Proposal 1, legalizing marijuana use by adults for recreational purposes.
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Democrats Jordan Acker and Paul Brown have been elected to fill two eight-year terms on the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents.
Students cast their ballots at cardboard booths erected in the Michigan League.
The University of Michigan just unveiled a rich new resource that documents the history of Southeast Michigan’s Jewish community over the last century.
Voters will have their voices heard during Tuesday's midterm elections. Walter Mebane, professor of political science and statistics, is an expert on election forensics, a field devoted to using statistical methods to determine whether the results of an election accurately reflect the intentions of the electors.
The Academic Women’s Caucus is accepting nominations from the university community for the 2018-19 Sarah Goddard Power Award and Rhetaugh G. Dumas Progress in Diversifying Award.
Nominations for both awards are due Nov. 26.
After the Victors for Michigan celebration Friday afternoon, the U-M Museum of Art opened to a public, after hours celebration that gave the campus community an opportunity to continue the celebration, tour museum galleries and offer cards of thanks to those who helped make the fundraising campaign so successful.
From funding cancer research discoveries to supporting student scholarships, the University of Michigan community on Friday celebrated the Victors for Michigan campaign's impact on research, learning, patient care and student support.
Precision Health recognizes cutting-edge research with Investigators Awards
U-M Public Engagement & Impact has launched the Michigan Minds podcast and video series, giving the university’s faculty members a forum to easily share their work and expertise with a wide audience.
Recent events on the Ann Arbor campus have raised questions and sparked debates around issues of the role of personal beliefs in the decision by educators whether to write reference letters for students.
The 37th annual Blood Battle against Ohio State began Monday and runs through Nov. 21. All potential donors, from those who have never donated blood before to those who donate every year, are asked to join the fight to save lives across the state and country.