August 14, 2020

Global Engagement

  1. May 27, 2014

    Coleman wins Cassandra Pyle Award for international education

    President Mary Sue Coleman is the recipient of the 2014 Cassandra Pyle Award that honors her lifelong impact on international education.

  2. May 15, 2014

    Center for Chinese Studies named to honor Rogel, Lieberthal

    The Board of Regents on Thursday voted to name the Center for Chinese Studies after U-M donor Richard Rogel and Kenneth Lieberthal, the center’s former director.

  3. April 22, 2014

    Global Information Engagement scholars prepare for India projects

    Nineteen U-M students will travel to locations in India in May to work on six projects that are part of the Global Information Engagement Program.

  4. March 17, 2014

    First Wallenberg fellow tells of hauling charcoal, studying conservation in Kenya

    Zach Petroni, the first recipient of the Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship now studying the effects of conservation in Kenya, believes that to truly know something, you have to experience it. 

  5. March 17, 2014

    2014 Wallenberg Fellow to study tuberculosis in Peru

    The Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship Award for 2014 has been presented to LSA senior Lily Bonadonna to study the social causes of tuberculosis prevalence in Lima, Peru.

    • First Wallenberg fellow tells of hauling charcoal and studying conservation in Kenya.

  6. March 10, 2014

    Key initiatives: International education

    A major theme of Mary Sue Coleman’s presidency was aggressively building on U-M’s reputation for global engagement, boldly going abroad and — equally as important — bringing the world to her university. 

  7. February 11, 2014

    U-M among nation’s top schools for Peace Corps volunteers

    U-M ranked fifth nationally among the top volunteer-producing large universities for the Peace Corps, with 81 graduates currently serving in the agency.

  8. February 4, 2014

    $1.3M grant to aid architecture and humanities research

    The Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and LSA have been awarded $1.3 million from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support a major initiative on the synergies between humanities research and the design of cities.

  9. January 28, 2014

    U-M announces virtual collaboration in Islamic studies

    U-M has received a $3 million grant to create a virtual curriculum on Islamic studies with the universities of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation.

  10. January 27, 2014

    Q and A: A conversation about the Joint Institute

    James Holloway, vice provost for global and engaged education, and Jun Ni, dean of the Joint Institute, discuss the past, present and future of U-M’s partnership with Shanghai Jiao Tong University.