News & Features

  1. Latest U-M teach-out seeks to catalyze civil discourse surrounding immigration issue

    As the debate continues over the current administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, the University of Michigan offers free, online education opportunities for anyone, anywhere to encourage productive ways to engage in civil discourse surrounding timely topics and issues.

  2. New U-M website helps public navigate social media

    As the 9th annual Social Media Day approaches June 30, the University of Michigan is launching a new website intended to help people navigate the social media landscape.

  3. Bridging the divide: U-M faculty, staff forge community through art

    Area young adults and local community members living with dementia have been united this past year to create seasonal public art installations centering on the themes of ‘light’ and ‘growth.’

  4. General fund budget highlights increased financial aid, academic innovation

    The University of Michigan will prioritize strategic investments in undergraduate education and increased access and affordability for Michigan residents in the coming fiscal year, according to the 2019 general fund…

  5. NCID aims to transform STEM for underrepresented minority students

    The National Center for Institutional Diversity is taking a multi-pronged approach, through research and scholarship at the local and national levels, to increase underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering,…

  6. U-M professor and Holocaust survivor Irene Butter shares memoir

    Like many Holocaust survivors, University of Michigan professor Irene Butter went many years without talking about her experience. In fact, it took four decades for her to conclude that silence no longer was an option.

  7. Tomorrow’s transportation—today

    Mcity’s advanced vehicle discoveries will mean safer, more affordable, accessible transportation for Michigan communities.

  8. Second Gameful Learning Summer Institute to encourage student ownership of learning

    At Skyline High School in Ann Arbor paper rocket ships help students improve their reading comprehension.

  9. Small group math instruction benefits young children

    Teaching math to small groups of low-income, minority kindergartners has a positive impact on their learning and can help bridge the divide with higher-income peers, say University of Michigan researchers.