The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Summit will give campus community members the opportunity to learn about the work completed during the past year on both universitywide and unit-based plans to improve diversity, equity and inclusion.
Precision Health at the University of Michigan has named Rachel Dawson as managing director. Her appointment began Monday.
Dawson comes to U-M from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, where she has served as assistant dean of career services for the past year.
Look out! Two woolly mammoth skeletons stalk out of the Ruthven Natural History Museum door on the University of Michigan campus.
Make it snow or rain on U-M's iconic art sculpture, the Cube.
The University of Michigan will launch an all-student survey designed to gauge the climate regarding diversity, equity and inclusion on the Ann Arbor campus.
The "Small World Effect," familiar to many as "Six Degrees of Separation," posits that a person can be linked to anyone else through a small number of individuals.
Mobile learning labs that embed the University of Michigan in communities, a vision to make classrooms come alive in virtual reality and the blueprint for a U-M campus on Mars took the top prizes at the "Campus of the Future" competition celebrating the university's bicentennial.
In research, symbols are important. Parentheses enclose and set off material from the main text. Superscript numbers signify a footnote. And, in Ron Stockton's research, a dash indicates a lifetime.
Acute Injury Clinic opens in IMSB
As the University of Michigan prepares to implement the Go Blue Guarantee — offering four years of free tuition for in-state students from families with an annual income up to $65,000 starting in January 2018 — it remains a top choice among prospective students and families.
The University of Michigan will initiate a survey of librarians, curators, postdoctoral fellows, house officers at Michigan Medicine and others to continue efforts to gauge the climate around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Erich Geiger has been named director of residential dining operations, with overall responsibility for student dining and residential services in university-owned housing facilities.
Since the early 1990s, Robert Griess Jr. has worked to bring math to marginalized students around Michigan.
Griess, the John Griggs Thompson Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics, wants to inspire kids to find an interest in math, and to understand the importance of the discipline.
U-M Solar Car's second-place finish best in team history in Australia
An $8 million gift from the Leinweber Foundation will expand opportunities for students and faculty from the Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics to study fundamental questions in particle physics and the evolution of our universe.
Sometimes in the world of architecture and design, the needs and lives of people living with disabilities can be rendered near invisible.
The rhetoric around disability in the discipline, Robert Adams said, often centers on technical questions of whether buildings are in compliance with codes like the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The School for Environment and Sustainability will celebrate its launch in conjunction with the Bicentennial Fall Festival and Homecoming.
As U-M heads into a new century with engaged and interdisciplinary learning and research at the forefront of the educational experience, the Office of the Provost is sharing a new hub for resources and storytelling around these goals.
Provost Martin A. Philbert has appointed an advisory committee in the search for a new dean of the School of Public Health. The search process begins Tuesday.
Applications for the 2018-19 National Center for Institutional Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship are being accepted until Dec. 1.
Weisers donate $1M to UM-Dearborn engineering lab project