In the News

  1. Art senior hopes to build sustainable materials garden

    Two STAMPS graduating seniors combine their passion for art and sustainability through Campus Farm grown materials


  2. Trish Fisher (MPP/MPH ‘23) awarded Peter Eckstein Prize for her examination of food systems and climate policy

    MPP/MPH student explores climate policy through the lens of US agricultural governance

  3. Earth Month Q&A: All About the Erb Institute’s Undergraduate Program From Four Michigan Ross BBA Fellows

    The Ross School of Business has a wide variety of offerings for students to get involved at the intersection of business and sustainability.

    1. $1.5M grant to support firearm injury prevention research

      U-M awarded federal grant to launch a postdoctoral research training on the prevention of firearm injuries among children and teens.

    2. NIH grant extends Big Data Summer Institute through 2027

      U-M Public Health’s Big Data Summer Institute explores the intersection of big data and human health

    3. New U-M program supports displaced scholars across the globe

      Global research collaborations at U-M offer support for displaced researchers

    4. Department of Anesthesiology launches initiative to minimize the field’s impact on climate change

      Project aims to reduce department’s greenhouse gas emissions from anesthetic gases by 80%.

    5. Michigan Public Health joins forces with leading health organizations in $25M Bank of America-funded initiative to improve health outcomes in communities of color

      The initiative will specifically focus on the leading causes of death in communities of color — heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes — and improving health outcomes more broadly, including maternal health, mental wellness, and nutrition.

    6. XR at Michigan Summit delivers exciting and dynamic student projects

      University of Michigan School of Information students displayed XR related projects they’d been working on for the past year in collaboration with students from other schools.