Academics

Nevertheless Film Festival

On July 11, Nevertheless Film Festival, founded and directed by University FTVM alum Meredith Finch, launched its inaugural run at the Michigan Theater.

LSA professor Edward Cho receives the Golden Apple Award in Rackham on Monday.

As the winner of the Golden Apple Award, an award given to one outstanding University of Michigan professor each year, Economics Prof.

SACUA chair William Schultz watches as Provost Martha Pollack opens a gift from the Faculty Senate Assembly in commemoration of Pollack's service to the University at Palmer Commons on Monday.

Members of the University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly passed a resolution on Monday brought forth by the Academic Affairs Advisory Committee regarding salary cuts as a way to demote faculty.

The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts is offering 20 themed courses this semester in honor of the University of Michigan’s bicentennial.

This semester, in honor of the University of Michigan’s bicentennial, LSA is carrying on its tradition of a themed semester by offering over 20 classes centered around the 200th anniversary of the University.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discusses a resolution at their weekly meeting in the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs had their first meeting of the winter semester on Monday to discuss the Academic Affairs Advisory Committee resolution to protect faculty from unfair demotions.

The Samuel B. Dana building currently houses the School of Natural Resources and the Environment.

For the first time in two decades, a new school is in the works for the University of Michigan. The new college, tentatively named the School of Sustainability, Environment and Society, would replace the School of Natural Resources and the Environment.

This year, 44 University of Michigan graduates joined Teach for America, making the University the third highest contributor to the program of any college or university in 2016.

Applicants will now have the option of applying through the preferred admissions process as high school seniors or through the normal transfer application process for students already studying at the University of Michigan or at other college institutions.

SACUA LSA member John Lehman listens to concerns from UM-Flint Faculty  at the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.

At the University of Michigan’s Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs meeting on Monday, members heard from faculty guests from the University of Michigan-Flint and Dearborn.

The University of Michigan’s Board of Regents has approved a measure to designate the International Institute as an instructional unit.