News & Features

  1. Faculty Forum spotlights the intersection of public engagement, DEI, and campus resources

    Four professors, four projects, four different goals. But a common thread ties them all together: each employed campus resources that helped make their DEI-focused public engagement projects a success.

  2. DIA Plaza finalists hope to bring joy, cohesion, parking to the cultural district

    When Craig Wilkins looked out into the audience during his team’s presentation at the Detroit Institute of Arts this week, he was happy to see many of his University of Michigan students in the crowd.

  3. U-M health clinic run by students provides free care to Livingston County residents

    Inside a 125-year-old red brick building on Main Street in downtown Pinckney is the equivalent of any doctor’s office, but this one treats patients regardless of their ability to pay.

  4. 528 postcards: Artist David Updyke presents fractured portrait of Americana in new U-M exhibition

    At a certain distance, David Opdyke’s upcoming exhibition at the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities could be mistaken for the idyllic Americana invoked by the National Anthem.

  5. U-M exhibition amplifies voices of caregivers, America’s fastest-growing workforce

    A new solo exhibition of work by renowned social practice artist Marisa Morán Jahn will open at the University of Michigan’s Stamps Gallery Jan. 24.

  6. Virtual course culminates with final face-to-face session

    It was several months and many hours of internet and email conversations in the making but student finalists from across the world and several time zones finally met face-to-face to present their solutions to social challenges in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

  7. Innovation in imagination: Barger Leadership Institute’s Capstone Experience

    Solving many of the world’s problems requires creative solutions that come through informed decision making. What better way to help today’s students develop the skills needed to navigate many complex challenges than to have them dig in and do the work.

  8. Building robots and a better future in Detroit

    More young people are getting hands-on tech experience at the Michigan Engineering Zone.

  9. Wayne State, U-M teams win honors in DIA Plaza Student Design Summit

    A group of Wayne State University students were the grand-prize winners of two prizes in the Student Design Summit, a competition to find the “voices of young people” on a once-in-a-lifetime project to design a plaza that connects the Detroit Institute of Arts and its neighboring Midtown cultural institutions.