News & Features

  1. Professor behind breakthrough tools for weather data, education wins annual U-M innovation award

    University of Michigan professor Perry Samson has earned this year’s Distinguished University Innovator Award for developing a series of pioneering learning and weather-related tools and technologies and launching successful companies around them that serve millions of people.

  2. New Forsyth fellowship expands global collaboration for U-M History of Art

    A new visiting graduate student fellowship invites international art history scholars to Ann Arbor for a year of intellectual exchange.

  3. Dark matter, Obamacare up for discussion at Real-World Perspectives on Poverty Solutions series

    The annual Real-World Perspectives on Poverty Solutions fall speaker series explores new ways to prevent and alleviate poverty through action-based research.

  4. More Than $1M to Support Transformative Food Systems Fellowship at University of Michigan

    A new fellowship from an interdisciplinary group of schools, colleges, and programs at the University of Michigan will assist an incoming group of master’s degree students who plan to study food systems

  5. U-M library Student Mini-grants Program now accepting applications.

    The U-M Library Student Engagement Program to offer all students and registered student organizations an opportunity to secure funding for projects.

  6. Rajesh Mangrulkar to direct Center for Interprofessional Education

    Rajesh S. Mangrulkar, new director of the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education, is working to transform collaborative heath practice through engaged learning experiences.

  7. Connections between U-M, Physicians for Human Rights are creating opportunities for learners

    UMMS students collaborate with Physicians for Human Right’s (PHR) to advocate on behalf of vulnerable populations.

  8. Camilla Lizundia, M.U.R.P. ’22, Works with A2 Leaders to Develop Downtown Park

    Camilla Lizundia, a second-year graduate student, worked with the city of Ann Arbor to plan a downtown central park and civic commons.

  9. Camp Davis 2021: Back in the Saddle Again

    Camp Davis offers U-M Earth majors the opportunity to engage in field geology through student collaboration, course work, and engaged learning experiences.