News & Features

  1. Anatomy course goes 3-D

    Students virtually dissect hologram-like 3-D cadaver The 3-D virtual reality cadaver floats in space like a hologram on an invisible gurney. University of Michigan 3-D Lab employee Sean Petty stands…

  2. Collaboration, curricular transformation characterize latest Third Century funded programs

    Beginning this summer, students in the schools of Education and Social Work will collaborate on a project to improve the high school experience for area teens impacted by trauma. By…

  3. Top ecological conflicts identified & mapped

    A list of the 40 most influential environmental justice conflicts in American history—compiled by students at the University of Michigan—has been added to a new “Global Atlas of Environmental Justice,”…

  4. The social impact of TB in Peru

    University of Michigan senior Lily Bonadonna has won the $25,000 Raoul Wallenberg Fellowship Award for 2014 to study the social causes of tuberculosis prevalence in Lima, Peru. U-M President Mary…

  5. Alternative Spring Break takes students across the country, world

    In Grenada, where rainbow-colored fish swim in clear turquoise waters, and hills and valleys sprout verdant fruit trees, second-year School of Public Health graduate student Heather Olden had work to…

  6. MBAs set out across the globe

    It’s an annual rite of spring for first-year MBA students at the University of Michigan’s Ross School — devoting seven weeks to tackling real-world business challenges around the globe. Starting…

  7. Learning by doing in Africa

    Zach Petroni believes that to truly know something, you have to experience it. So that’s why he spent some time working as a charcoal hauler in Kenya, loading huge bags…

  8. LSA’s 22 Ways series continues

    The students roamed around like detectives, checking out the doors, the windows, the aisles, the desks, you name it, in Room 1230 of the Undergraduate Science Building. Compared to the…

  9. Video on game-inspired, engaged learning system wins competition

    A video on GradeCraft, a project led by Barry Fishman, associate professor in the U-M School of Education and School of Information, and developed by a collaborative team representing both…