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January 12, 2015

UMS employee finds creative outlet in knitting

Liz Stover Rosenthal's sweater is patterned in shades of maize, punctuated by cornflower-blue stripes. It's subtly spirited — fitting for the long-time Ann Arborite, Michigan grad and current associate programming manager at the University Musical Society.

January 12, 2015

Campus briefs

Feminist seminar proposals due Jan. 15

January 12, 2015

Accolades

Mary Beth Seiler, director of Greek Life, recently had an award created in her name by Delta Gamma Fraternity. Seiler is the longest-serving fraternity/sorority adviser in the nation. She has been a member of the U-M staff since 1979.

January 9, 2015

New Procurement SPG offers more flexibility and protection

A new Standard Practice Guide covering various aspects of U-M's procurement process includes an increased bid limit, a defined signature authority system, and measures to manage institutional risk.

The new SPG took effect Jan. 1 and was approved at the December Board of Regents meeting, replacing a policy originally issued in 2004.

December 15, 2014

UM-Flint Winter Commencement

Winter Commencement ceremonies for UM-Flint took place Dec. 14 at Perani Arena and Event Center. (Photo by Scott Galvin)

 

December 15, 2014

Campus briefs

CEW Scholarship Program and Fellowships applications available

December 15, 2014

Engineering professor makes small-scale tech that does big things

Prabal Dutta picks up a tiny sensor, no wider than a fingernail and about an inch long, then holds it next to a light until its embedded LED starts blinking blue.

"Energy is usually emitted in some other energy domain every time you use electricity," Dutta explains.

December 11, 2014

Student ambassadors help keep campus smoke free

The University of Michigan has entered its fourth year as a smoke-free campus and, for the most part, faculty, staff, students and visitors who light up seem aware of the policy and have honored it.

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