News & Features

  1. Yo-Yo Ma collaboration offers a blueprint for healing

    A Travel Guide for Talking Hearts Event Poster

    “A Travel Guide for Talking Hearts” is a collaborative art project between cellist Yo-Yo Ma, three local Michigan artists, and UM students. The project explores grief and healing throughout the pandemic.

  2. Gräbner and Hansen/ VolumeOne Win First Prize in Invest South/West Chicago

    A mixed-use development designed by two Taubman College faculty was named as one of four projects to be funded by the City of Chicago’s Invest South/West initiative.

  3. XR technology ‘brings’ conference participants to iconic U-M space

    The Center for Academic Innovation has completed a virtual prototype of the University of Michigan’s campus using 3D modeling, VR, and GIS.

    1. Self-Driving Cars Teach-Out Explores the Potential of Autonomous Vehicles and its Impact on the Workforce, Law, and Society

      A free online Teach-Out brings together researchers, advocacy groups, and industry leaders to explore the safety of driverless vehicles.

    2. Million-dollar grant awarded to School of Nursing will improve care for sexual assault survivors

      With a $1.2 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, two UM-Flint nursing professors have developed a program for nurses in local communities to improve care for sexual assault survivors.

    3. 2021 Faculty Forum on Community Foundations

      Join the Center for Educational Outreach for a conversation with foundational education leaders focused on sustainable funding opportunities.

    4. Grad students suffer high levels of mental health stress, but pandemic provides opportunity for change

      A study done by UM researchers found that graduate students suffer high rates of mental health stress, but there are several changes researchers can make to alleviate these issues and boost productivity.

    5. Introducing the 2022 David Bohnett Foundation Leadership and Public Service Fellows

      Three incoming graduate students—Emma Jabour, Terri N O’Neal, and Olivia Vaden—have been selected to receive the 2022 David Bohnett Foundation Leadership and Public Service Fellowship.

    6. U-M’s Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship celebrates a decade of ‘transformational experiences’ abroad

      The Wallenberg Fellowship offers students the opportunity to study abroad and go beyond academic experiences.