State & Community

  1. March 20, 2023

    MC3 is a ‘game changer’ for mental health in Michigan

    When primary care providers across Michigan have trouble finding local mental health therapists and support services, they often turn to a service called MC3, based at U-M’s Department of Psychiatry.

  2. March 9, 2023

    Fellowship helps K-12 educators teach students about sustainability

    The Dow Innovation Teacher Fellowship was created for K-12 teachers interested in teaching sustainability issues, while fostering and supporting links between schools, classrooms and communities.

  3. March 6, 2023

    University outlines new commitments for helping Detroit

    U-M has unveiled a series of new commitments to the city of Detroit including details of the university’s role in leading the design and construction of the renamed University of Michigan Center for Innovation.

  4. March 1, 2023

    U-M joins with state to recruit talent for EV, mobility jobs

    U-M is a partner in a major state-sponsored initiative to promote careers and attract talent to the state of Michigan’s burgeoning electric vehicle and transportation mobility sector.

  5. February 20, 2023

    Committee named to aid Center for Innovation director search

    An advisory committee has been named to assist in the search for an inaugural director of the new U-M Center for Innovation in Detroit. The position will function as a critical ambassador to a wide range of Detroit stakeholders.

  6. January 30, 2023

    U-M startup joins White House partnership to remove lead pipes

    U-M startup BlueConduit, which helped accelerate the removal of dangerous lead pipes in Flint has joined a White House partnership aimed at replacing all of the nation’s lead service lines in a decade.

  7. January 30, 2023

    United Way campaign collects $1.13M to exceed 2022 goal

    The U-M community raised more than $1.13 million during the 2022 U-M United Way employee giving campaign that ended Dec. 31, surpassing its $1.1 million goal.

  8. January 23, 2023

    M-ARC program aims to address teacher shortage issue

    The Michigan Alternate Route to Certification program prepares teachers to develop high-quality, equitable and socially just educational opportunities for all students.

  9. January 9, 2023

    Ports set to grow state economy thanks to U-M students’ work

    A new law that gives the state of Michigan’s 32 ports tools to expand and grow the maritime economy started out as a community project for a handful of U-M students.

  10. January 9, 2023

    Panel to look at Washtenaw County’s African American presence

    The lecture and discussion “Before the Black Action Movement: The U-M African American Student Project, Washtenaw County’s Black Communities, and the Struggle for Inclusion” will take place Jan. 16.