News & Features

  1. Strike up the band: U-M alumni teachers dominate in music classrooms across Michigan

    Chances are good that if you or someone you know has taken a music class in Michigan in the last 70 years, it was taught by a University of Michigan graduate.

  2. A secure future for US elections starts in the classroom

    Trustworthy elections have been a cornerstone of American democracy. Now that we’re squarely in the digital age, voting machines have largely replaced paper ballots – but many of these machines are susceptible to errors, manipulation, or hacking, raising concerns about the integrity of election results.

  3. Nominations sought for the President’s Awards for Public Engagement and Impact

    These awards honor faculty initiative and dedication in the vital sphere of public engagement and impact.

  4. Thirty Years of UROP: Explore More

    To celebrate UROP’s thirtieth birthday, LSA looks at a cross-section of UROP and explores where research can lead.

  5. Fall enrollment includes greater economic diversity, more underrepresented students

    Nearly 26 percent of in-state undergraduates at the University of Michigan pay no tuition this fall due to university financial aid, including nearly 1,700 students under the landmark Go Blue Guarantee.

  6. U-M Biosciences Initiative invests $45M in ‘groundbreaking’ research

    “In this round alone, we were able to fund proposals serving investigators in every U-M school and college in the biosciences. These new programs address critical problems of incredible diversity, from measuring global biological change to improving rural health care delivery to developing the technology for high-resolution imaging of molecules inside living cells.”

  7. Teach-out to encourage participants to find common ground in turbulent times

    Arthur Lupia asserts it is in such areas of common ground that people can begin to find ways to listen and respect differing points of view, and realize that often we generally agree on many of the big issues of life, even if we differ on how to approach them.

  8. Growing local: U-M alums provide fresher food to consumers, higher profits to farmers

    Argus Farm Stop has grown into a $4 million contributor to the local food economy since launching less than five years ago.

  9. U-M, artists ‘pave’ Ann Arbor’s Liberty Street with 10,000 illuminated books

    The one-night-only “Literature vs. Traffic” installation by Luzinterruptus, an anonymous art collective based in Spain, “paved” Ann Arbor’s Liberty Street with more than 10,000 illuminated books.