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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 - 12:10am

The University of Michigan prides itself on being one of the nation’s top public research universities. Across all three campuses, 20,540 graduate students and 8,598 faculty members study and work at the University, many of whom are active in research. Despite the thousands of researchers, the University’s anonymous reporting system received only seven reports in 2019 related to “issues arising in the research setting.”

A Michigan Daily investigation found that flaws in the system deterred student researchers from reporting alleged abuse. The Daily spoke to three students who claimed the small size of their lab prevented them from using the University’s reporting system to report alleged misconduct. The Daily also found that little oversight of research supervisors strengthens the hierarchical system in research labs.

Monday, July 20, 2020 - 7:38pm

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have transitioned to working from home or in a virtual format. In many cases, health care and medical work is no different.

The Daily reporter Michal Ruprecht talked to several medical professionals and students about the rise of telemedicine and virtual care amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 5:12pm

University of Michigan alum Claudia Haimovici discovered the order-ahead food app Snackpass when the company launched on campus last spring. She said the app was not yet partnered with many restaurants, so she decided to join the company as the growth marketing manager.

Sunday, March 29, 2020 - 4:57pm

While some local Ann Arbor businesses have continued operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many are struggling to maintain profits.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 2:07pm


University of Michigan administrators recently announced the Ross School of Business would launch a comprehensive real estate center during last week’s University Board of Regents meeting. The news came after the University received a $10 million gift from Regent Ron Weiser (R).

Sunday, February 16, 2020 - 3:01pm
Leung Tsang, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering last week.

Leung Tsang, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was elected to the National Academy of Engineering last week. He joined the 2020 class of 106 new NAE members.

Sunday, February 9, 2020 - 2:57pm
Speakers present at the 44th annual ALE conference at the Ross School of Business Saturday afternoon.

Troy Carter, venture capitalist and founder of Atom Factory, a talent management and production company, spoke to a crowd of about 250 students, alumni and guests about mentorship and diversity in business at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business on Friday evening. 

Sunday, November 24, 2019 - 6:58pm

The University of Michigan’s Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences and the Energy Institute partnered with a D.C.-based research institute, the Energy Impact Center, to create the first inaugural energy competition.

Monday, October 28, 2019 - 6:07pm
Three University of Michigan faculty are part of the new class of members for the National Academy of Medicine.

The National Academy of Medicine announced the election of 100 members at its annual meeting last Monday. Three University of Michigan faculty members are among the new class of members, including Rebecca Cunningham, James Dalton and Gabriel Nuñez. They join 53 other current and emeritus University of Michigan faculty, and living former faculty, in the prestigious society.

Sunday, October 20, 2019 - 11:06am

The University of Michigan Solar Car team placed third in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge on Thursday afternoon after a five-day, 1,800-mile race through the Australian Outback.

The team’s car, Electrum, reached the finish line in Adelaide, South Australia averaging about 49 miles per hour. The Belgian team, Agoria, placed first, followed by the Japanese team from Tokai University.