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May 7, 2015

Michigan Society of Fellows names new members

The Michigan Society of Fellows has selected 10 new members from nearly 1,000 applicants to serve three-year appointments as postdoctoral scholars and assistant professors, beginning this fall.

May 7, 2015

Thompson Structure work starts Monday; parking closures planned

Note: As of Friday, May 8, this project has been deferred until 2016.

A project to make necessary repairs to the elevator lobby and stairs, and to replace stairwell handrails in the Thompson Street Parking Structure is scheduled to begin Monday with completion expected later this summer.

May 7, 2015

PNC Bank is U-M’s new official consumer bank

PNC Bank has been chosen as the university's new official consumer bank, effective May 1.

The agreement allows the bank to offer a variety of free — or low-priced — banking services to more than 80,000 employees and students at the university's Ann Arbor campus.

May 5, 2015

Two U-M students receive prestigious Boren Scholarships

Undergraduates Megan Cansfield of LSA and Nicholas Theodoracatos of the College of Engineering have been awarded Boren Scholarships for the 2015–16 academic year to help them acquire language skills and experience in countries critical to the nation's security and stability.

May 4, 2015

Campus briefs

Dow Sustainability Fellows program seeks applications for awards

May 4, 2015


The University Health Service was recently recognized for excellent performance in the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services First Annual College Flu Challenge. In the Large Colleges category, U-M entered the largest number of immunized students in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry immunization database among 12 colleges.

April 30, 2015

Urban gardens getting ready to pop up around campus

Community pop-up gardens are taking root again, thanks to a passionate gardening corps on a variety of missions. This spring, at least seven city gardens are planted around campus, as well as the campus farm at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens.

April 29, 2015

Frankel Institute announces 2015-16 class of fellows

The Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies will host a prestigious group of 13 scholars this fall, gathered around the theme "Secularization/Sacralization" and led by Scott Spector, professor of history, German and Judaic studies.


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