While local leaders say police forces across Michigan have good overall relations with their communities, those in larger cities worry about the possibility of civil unrest after well-publicized incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore.
Tall fences, barbed wire and an "orangey-brick building" with few windows loomed as University of Michigan students arrived at Thumb Correctional Facility for their first photography workshop.
Eastern Michigan University elects university's 23rd president
The University of Michigan's 2015 United Way employee giving campaign, the largest of the Big Ten universities, raised more than $1.33 million dollars to support life-saving programs and services in the community.
EMU introduces new program in fermentation science
Gov. Rick Snyder is recommending a 4.3 percent budget increase for the state's 15 public universities.
The governor announced his recommendation Wednesday as part of his overall state budget plan for fiscal year 2017. The overall recommendation of $1.4 billion would bring total state higher-education funding back to 2011 levels.
The annual Face Off Blood Challenge against Michigan State University is underway and runs through Feb. 25.
Faculty, staff and students may make an appointment to donate on the American Red Cross website using the sponsor code "goblue."
Wayne State partners with WCC for business degree program
Faculty members from all three University of Michigan campuses met at UM-Flint on Friday to discuss ideas for research collaborations and opportunities to work with community organizations responding to the Flint water crisis.
Michigan's University Research Corridor contributed $17.5 billion to Michigan's economy in fiscal year 2014, an increase of $700 million over the previous year, according to the Ninth Annual Economic Impact & Benchmark Report released Tuesday.
The Detroit Police Athletic League and its partners have raised millions to convert the old Tiger Stadium into its headquarters and playing field space for local youths that the nonprofit group serves.
But how will it sustain funding in the years to come while including historical, community and youth development priorities?
Michigan Tech receives $2.3M donation
Faculty, staff and students from all three University of Michigan campuses are coming together over the water crisis in the city of Flint to offer everything from research expertise and accurate information on the situation to water filters and bottled water.
EMU reclassified as doctorate-granting university
CMU to offer Master of Public Health degree
Editor's note: This story has been updated from an earlier version to reflect the fact that the deer cull has started.
After three years and 24 successful projects in Jackson, the School of Information's Citizen Interaction Design initiative will expand to other Michigan communities in 2016.
Michigan Tech's School of Business and Economics receives gift
Michigan Tech receives $2M gift for mechanical engineering
On the former sites of vacant Detroit homes, University of Michigan researchers and their partners have built innovative gardens that help manage stormwater while removing neighborhood blight.