The University of Michigan Women of Color in the Academy Project will present its eighth annual Shirley Verrett Award to Tiffany Ng, university carillonist and assistant professor of carillon at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance.
Victors for Michigan final results show $5.28B total
From the time he was 5 years old, Irv Leon has intimately witnessed the trauma and grief left behind after the loss of a child.
In the mid-1950s, after his 8-year-old older brother unexpectedly died of ulcers, grief became an integral part of Leon’s world.
Financial technology research and education at the University of Michigan will get a boost with $1 million from Ripple's University Blockchain Research Initiative.
President Mark Schlissel’s Biosciences Initiative is offering a new funding opportunity to improve core research resources across the University of Michigan.
The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History has announced it will reopen to the public April 14 in a brand-new building.
Favorite displays and specimens will mix with new exhibits in a state-of-the-art learning facility that combines billions of years of natural history with cutting-edge scientific research.
The University of Michigan has released the final results of its Victors for Michigan campaign, which closed Dec. 31, 2018, with more than 398,000 donors giving 2.4 million gifts over seven and a half years, totaling $5.28 billion.
Under a new university policy, faculty, staff, student employees, volunteers and visiting scholars are required to provide notification if they are charged with or convicted of a felony crime. This policy is effective Feb. 1.
Two University of Michigan campuses have again received grant funding from the state of Michigan to support programs to prevent sexual assault on campus.
The Ann Arbor campus and UM-Flint were among 25 institutions to receive part of $1 million from the Campus Sexual Assault Grant Program offered by the Michigan State Police.
The University of Michigan has taken an important step toward its goal of carbon neutrality with the selection of the core team that will recommend how to get there, as well as develop scalable and transferable strategies that can be used by other institutions and larger communities to achieve the same goal.
From listening to her parents chat around the dinner table to winning her own seat on the Dearborn City Council, politics has always been an important part of Erin Byrnes’ life.
For the past decade, LSA chemistry professor Melanie S. Sanford has worked to develop greener and more efficient approaches to chemical synthesis — a process integral to nearly every product we interact with in our daily lives, from plastics to fuels.
Applications sought for Innovation Hub for Advanced Transportation Award
The University of Michigan’s Presidential Biosciences Initiative has issued its second-round Request for Applications to U-M faculty, seeking high-impact scientific research initiatives aimed at solving critical problems in the biosciences.
Organizational Learning is releasing a new series of online videos to help celebrate the diversity of the University of Michigan community.
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.
A growing partnership on economic mobility with the city of Detroit, a new collaboration with Harvard University, community voices, policy impact and student engagement are highlighted in the University of Michigan’s Poverty Solutions Impact Report.
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.
The race is on to get self-driving cars on the road, with Waymo, BMW and Volkswagen recently announcing plans to further invest and experiment with autonomous vehicle technology.
Dubbed the “dean of accompanists” by the Los Angeles Times, Martin Katz has spent more than 50 years collaborating with the world’s most celebrated soloists.