Collaboration

  1. Not all who wander are lost

    Fuvahmulah is a tiny speck of an island in the middle of the vast blue Laccadive Sea south of Sri Lanka. On this atoll, lush green areca palm trees sway…

  2. National leaders address what’s next for engaged learning

    “What would it take for every student at the University of Michigan to have a high-impact engaged learning experience?” That’s approximately 7,000 experiences a year, just for undergraduates with current…

  3. Students experience the Golden Age of Radio, create dramas with authentic sound effects

    Grab a friend and head to the nearest set of uncarpeted stairs. Close your eyes and listen as she goes up and down the steps. Can you hear a difference?…

  4. Instructor uses Canvas to Develop ‘Gameful’ Approach to Teaching and Learning

    Who doesn’t love a good game? Whether it’s an innocent round of hide-and-seek, an immersive video game, or a competitive card game, we all enjoy a challenge. Pamela Bogart, English…

  5. Landmark moments in public history: prof’s work expands notion of who and what we recognize from the past

    When you record a history, you also decide whose history deserves to be told. It used to be that “history” meant the stories of everyday life and places, including genealogy…

  6. Student innovations offer solutions for health concerns

    What if your phone could tell you that the yogurt you bought weeks ago is about ready to expire? Or while at work you could check a list of what’s…

  7. Digital Innovation Greenhouse launches ART 2.0 to help students with course decisions

    A student taking a large course load next semester wants to know how much work will be involved with the classes she tentatively has mapped out. Another wonders if other…

  8. Plastic patients: Life-like mannequins teach students nursing skills

    Allison Lewin, a University of Michigan nursing student, is working hard to talk her patient—an expectant mother with preeclampsia—out of a full-blown panic attack. “Is this going to hurt?” the…

  9. Living Lab: Involving kids, parents in real-time child development research

    During a recent visit to the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Liz Hill and her daughter found themselves unexpectedly participating in a University of Michigan child development research study. Liz watched…

  10. Spring break students return with tales of service, career connections

    In Washington, D.C., during spring break, Belleville senior Amanda Humpich said she got a push in the right direction by networking with recent Michigan graduates to spark her job search….

  11. How To Give the Talk of a Lifetime

    It was a slightly bizarre scene. On a recent Thursday, students stood facing—and talking engagingly to—the blank wall in classroom 2011 in the University of Michigan Modern Languages Building. “Is…

  12. Students hail research experience on real legal issue

    Students that worked on a research project at three different times over five years all had pretty much the same thing to say: tackling a “real life” legal issue was…