New faculty members got a head start on their U-M teaching and research careers at the New Faculty Orientation.
They picked up tips to help them succeed in the classroom through workshop sessions presented by the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, and learned about the university during an information fair.
The campus community can expect delays as the city of Ann Arbor continues necessary bridge maintenance on Fuller Road through early October.
Construction was originally scheduled to be complete this summer.
Jason Beaubien, global health and development correspondent for National Public Radio and an alumnus of the Knight-Wallace Fellows at Michigan, will deliver the 30th Graham Hovey lecture at 5 p.m. Sept. 10.
Alcohol and other drug-related harm continues to be a top public health issue on college campuses across the nation.
With students moving in during part of this year's Labor Day weekend, community members can expect changes to the usual traffic and parking patterns.
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In a pilot program launching this fall, the University of Michigan will test a new approach to connecting with high-achieving, low-income students across the state — with the goal of enrolling more of them on the Ann Arbor campus.
The renovated West Quadrangle residence hall at the University of Michigan is set to welcome residents again this fall.
Housing officials Friday took media representatives on a tour of the renovations at West Quadrangle, with spaces for student interaction, creation of community, study and practice rooms, and living and learning activities, as well as infrastructure upgrades, roof replacement, renovated bath facilities, and accessibility improvements.
The tornado blew the rowboat across the lake, despite Jim Diana's furious rowing.
He was relieved when the boat reached shore. The twister had missed. It touched down just southeast of Third Sister Lake, the jewel of U-M's Saginaw Forest.
Artscapade 2015 volunteers sought
The Civil and Environmental Engineering technical team recently won the Safety First Recognition Award from the Occupational Safety & Environmental Health department at the University of Michigan.
Stop by Yost Ice Arena on a Friday afternoon during the school year, and you'll see an unconventional hockey team consisting of Master's of Business Administration students from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
The Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru) and the University of Michigan's ArtsEngine program have received an $800,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Peter Sweatman, director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and the Mobility Transformation Center, two interdisciplinary units of the U-M Office of Research, has been appointed full-time as director of MTC. At the same time, Carol Flannagan, associate research scientist at UMTRI, has been appointed interim director
Michigan Dining, a Student Life auxiliary unit, has earned two grand prizes for the 2015 Loyal E.
In the scariest moment of her life, Julia Walsh executed the critical steps that she had been trained for as a lifeguard facing a life or death situation. Her actions were not only decisive, they were serendipitous, as she rescued Dr. Rudi Ansbacher in the pool at the North Campus Recreation Building.
Provost Martha Pollack has appointed an advisory committee to search for a new dean of the School of nursing. The search process already has begun.
Laura Vicinanza is using her analytic and research skills, sprinkled with Spanish dialogue, to give a voice to issues of importance to the Hispanic community in southwest Detroit.