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.”
The University of Michigan has the most students studying abroad among the Big Ten universities and is in the top three in the nation among higher education institutions, according to a new report.
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.