October 01, 2020

Global Engagement

  1. November 5, 2019

    New NIH grant helps U-M collaborate in India on genetics

    A National Institutes of Health grant will help a U-M researcher expand genetic testing in India in partnership with medical institutions in Delhi and Manipal.

  2. October 29, 2019

    Teaching about climate needs to empower students toward change

    U-M professor Meghan Duffy says it’s not enough to teach students about climate change — research suggests they believe it is a genuine problem — they must also be empowered to find solutions.

  3. October 17, 2019

    $10M gift fuels U-M efforts to improve the world’s health

    A new $10 million gift from Tadataka and Leslie D. Yamada will fund the U-M Center for Global Health Equity, which will help make a greater positive impact by addressing health inequities in the poorest nations.

  4. October 10, 2019

    U-M’s solar car Electrum to face global competition in Australia

    The U-M Solar Car Team will soon race down the Australian outback in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, with a new battery system and solar cells it hopes will propel it to a first-place finish.

  5. September 24, 2019

    University expands online course portfolio with FutureLearn

    U-M’s mission to share knowledge across the globe and shape the future of learning is further enriched through a new partnership with the social learning platform FutureLearn.

  6. September 3, 2019

    Making a difference around the world

    Many U-M students spent their summer engaged in communities nearby and across the globe, creating unforgettable memories and making a difference through service and research.

  7. July 19, 2019

    Solar Car Team doubles down on proven design with Electrum

    The U-M Solar Car Team hopes its overhauled electrical system and tightly packed solar cells will power its new vehicle, Electrum, to gold at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.

  8. April 26, 2019

    Wallenberg Fellow to work with sexual assault survivors in Ethiopia

    Carly Marten is the 2019 recipient of U-M’s Wallenberg Fellowship, given each spring to a graduating senior with exceptional accomplishment for service to the public good.

  9. April 18, 2019

    Sandra Wiley puts her stamp on international education

    Sandra Wiley, director of international study programs at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design, is the recipient of this year’s President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education.

  10. March 20, 2019

    U-M fourth for Peace Corps volunteers among large universities

    With 63 volunteers working around the world, U-M is ranked fourth among large universities for producing the most Peace Corps volunteers for 2019.