The University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus issued an emergency reduction in operations effective at midnight Tuesday through 7 a.m. Friday, due to predicted extreme low temperatures and wind chills.
All classes and events occurring during this time have been canceled.
The race is on to get self-driving cars on the road, with Waymo, BMW and Volkswagen recently announcing plans to further invest and experiment with autonomous vehicle technology.
Dubbed the “dean of accompanists” by the Los Angeles Times, Martin Katz has spent more than 50 years collaborating with the world’s most celebrated soloists.
From data breaches to deep fakes to self-driving cars to anti-loot box legislation, digital cultures dominate the news cycle, making it more important than ever to understand the new opportunities and dangers presented by technological disruption and digital cultures.
The University of Michigan is participating in the Association of American Universities’ second national campus climate survey on sexual assault and misconduct.
Rebecca Bowles saw her uncle go in and out of prison her entire life.
Sally A. Camper has enjoyed many firsts during her long and successful tenure at the Medical School.
Ford School joins public affairs schools in Diversity Alliance
The University of Michigan community is being challenged to think outside the trash bin to reduce the amount of waste generated on Ann Arbor’s campus during the annual RecycleMania Battle of the Buildings Competition.
When Craig Wilkins looked out into the audience during his team’s presentation at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Wednesday, he was happy to see many of his University of Michigan students in the crowd.
Advancing technologies to identify bomb-making nuclear materials, ferret out secret nuclear weapons facilities and detect nuclear detonations anywhere in the world is the aim of a new $25 million program led by the University of Michigan and funded by the Nuclear National Security Administration.
The University of Michigan’s new winter semester blood drive competition, We Challenge You!, is underway and will run through Feb. 27.
A search is underway for the next associate vice provost and senior director to lead the university’s Office for Institutional Equity.
This senior leadership role includes universitywide oversight for handling allegations of harassment or other discriminatory behavior, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Julia Putnam and Tim Wise discussed ways to resist oppressive systems, the misremembering of American history, and how education can help unravel injustice during their Keynote Memorial Lecture for U-M’s 33rd annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium.
H.V. Jagadish has been appointed director of the Michigan Institute for Data Science, effective Feb. 15.
Members of the U-M community can reward innovative teaching by submitting a brief online form until Jan. 31.
Growing up in Germany, Nils G. Walter formed a positive, but secondhand, impression of the United States.
His father had been a prisoner of war in Texas who often told Walter about the kindness of Americans and T-bone steaks the size of dinner plates.
UM-Flint Center for Gender and Sexuality gets grant for peer educators
Professors Jody R. Lori of the School of Nursing and Rada Mihalcea of the College of Engineering will receive the 2019 Sarah Goddard Power Award, and the School of Nursing will be recognized with the Rhetaugh G. Dumas Progress in Diversifying Award by the Academic Women's Caucus.
Mcity at the University of Michigan has outlined a test track-based concept for evaluating the safety of highly automated vehicles before they’re tested on public roads that could emerge as a model for a voluntary standard for safety testing.