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April 25, 2019

U-M launches network to promote economic mobility in region

The University of Michigan will convene the first meeting of the Midwest Mobility from Poverty Network, a group of academic institutions working to advance and expand strategies to connect university-based poverty research to the public.

April 24, 2019

President updates U-M on sexual misconduct prevention efforts

The University of Michigan is making changes to strengthen its efforts to prevent and address sexual and gender-based misconduct on campus following internal discussions of best practices and two comprehensive reviews of its related policies and procedures that began last year.

Among the changes being implemented are:

April 22, 2019

Faculty panel outlines principles for faculty-student interactions

A panel of University of Michigan faculty members has recommended a new core statement of principle for the interaction of faculty members with students that says faculty members “must base their actions solely on educational and professional reasons” except in the most unusual circumstances.

April 22, 2019

Campus briefs

New Block M to connect UM-Dearborn to maize and blue tradition

April 22, 2019

Senior profiles from the Class of 2019

Each year The University Record profiles several graduating seniors who highlight the range of experiences and people who attend U-M. Click the headlines to read the full stories.

April 22, 2019

School of Nursing senior overcame early family challenges

Christina Lindsey’s journey started long before she arrived at the University of Michigan.

The School of Nursing senior and first-generation college student from Detroit said she was adopted at birth, and that her biological mother struggled with substance abuse at the time.

April 22, 2019

LSA senior works to serve needs of LGBTQ population

Once Kalei Glozier took psychology courses at U-M, he discovered his passion for the field.

Originally a pre-pharmacy and pre-med student, Glozier said he became interested in wellness from a different angle.

April 18, 2019

‘Orion’ to be reinstalled at UMMA ahead of sculptor’s appearance

After a yearlong hiatus, an iconic work of public art — along with the artist who created it — will return to the University of Michigan’s Central Campus next week.

Mark di Suvero’s 53-foot high, 21,220-pound steel sculpture “Orion” will be reinstalled in front of the U-M Museum of Art on Tuesday.


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