The School of Music, Theatre & Dance hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday to officially launch construction on a $24.32 million renovation and expansion of the Earl V. Moore Building on North Campus, home to a majority of the school's core music programs.
The world we live in today is one we've designed piece by piece. But we might not often wonder about the past and future of those designs — how they moved from idea to reality and what effects they have on our society.
Researchers looking for advice or insight on the best way to perform statistical analysis or design studies find help at a U-M office focused on their needs.
Yi Lu Murphey, professor and chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been named a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Fellow is the highest membership level in the society and recognizes Murphey’s contributions to optimal energy control in hybrid electric vehicles.
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The Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives has developed a unique treasure trove of data on U-M undergraduate student opinions and experiences on campus, especially with regard to race and the climate of inclusion.
Last year, 5,149 children took field trips to the U-M Museum of Art. Sixty community docents took them on tours. Many of those docents were trained by Pamela Reister.
Elizabeth Moje, associate dean for research and community engagement in the School of Education, has been elected to the National Academy of Education for her contributions to educational research and policy development.
U-M faculty, students, researchers and staff can now easily connect to Wi-Fi while visiting other academic institutions worldwide.
A new wireless service known as eduroam allows users from participating institutions to access a secure, encrypted wireless network using their home organization's login credentials.
After a one-day suspension because of bitterly cold weather, classes on the U-M Ann Arbor campus will resume Wednesday.
University leaders have decided to suspend classes for Tuesday, citing a frigid weather forecast with wind-chill readings expected to be as low as 30 below zero.
To: Ann Arbor Campus Faculty and Staff
From: Martha E. Pollack, Robert A. Winfield, Laurita Thomas
Subject: Classes canceled on Jan. 28 due to weather
Dr. Mark Schlissel’s career in the field of education is marked by service in a wide range of academic and administrative roles.
Schlissel, 56, born in Brooklyn, N.Y., has been provost at Brown University since 2011. He also served as interim dean of biology and medicine and professor of biology at Brown.
Dr. Mark Schlissel’s selection as the next U-M president sparked excitement among leaders from around the university, on hand to witness the board’s announcement Friday in the Michigan Union.
I am both excited and greatly honored to have been selected to succeed Mary Sue Coleman as the 14th president of the University of Michigan. My motivation as an academic leader stems from a personal belief that understanding and discovery can change the world and that education is the key to achieving social equity and economic progress.
I want to join in the tremendous enthusiasm about the naming of Mark Schlissel as the university's 14th president. I'm thrilled they picked another biochemist!
I also want to thank the Presidential Search Committee and the faculty of the Search Advisory Committee for their thoughtful, diligent work.
Remarks by U-M regents regarding the appointment of Dr. Mark S. Schlissel as the 14th president of the university:
With a unanimous vote of the Board of Regents, Dr. Mark S. Schlissel on Friday was appointed the 14th president of the University of Michigan. The vote took place during a special meeting of the board at the Michigan Union.
Three hundred years ago, slavery was considered legal and moral across the world. Today, it is considered illegal and a great injustice in virtually every country.
When Pamela Raymond was 4 years old, the water heater in her house broke, flooding the kitchen. When her mother called her father for help, he asked to speak to his daughter.