Academics

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Inside the Shapiro Design Lab, located on the first floor of the Shapiro Undergraduate Library, is a new form of experiential learning: augmented, virtual and mixed reality, or “AVMR” technology.

UM Provost Martin Philbert address concerns regarding faculty policies at the SACUA meeting in Fleming Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs held its weekly meeting Monday afternoon, discussing recent changes to the University of Michigan’s Standard Practice Guide and the introduction of

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This semester, LSA sophomore Grace Miller is enrolled in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 281, a higher-level computer science class that introduces students to data structures and algorithms.

The Museum of Natural History is set to reopen in April 2019.

The University of Michigan’s Museum of Natural History will reopen on April 14 in the new Biological Sciences Building.

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The University of Michigans College of Literature, Science and the Arts announced the formation of the Digital Studies Institute Monday.

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LSA senior Aly Nedell is taking a course titled The Italian Mafia this semester. Any other student might elect to take Italian 240 out of pure curiosity, or to fulfill the distribution requirement in the humanities. But Nedell is receiving credit for this course as her language requirement.

 UM Dearborn Prof. Joy Beatty discusses the new policy restricting faculty and student relationships at the Senate Assembly meeting in the League Monday.

The University of Michigan Senate Assembly met Monday to discuss electronic voting, student-faculty relationships and faculty rights.

The Michigan Engineering Zone invites students from surrounding communities to participate in a year-long training and building process, which culminates in an international robotics competition.

The Michigan Engineering Zone, a program offered annually to Detroit-area high school students, caters to those who are interested in working in the engineering industry.

Rebecca Veidlinger, Law School lecturer and current Title IX investigator, has begun teaching a course focused on Title IX and its role in institutions of higher education.

Rebecca Veidlinger, Law School lecturer and current Title IX investigator, has begun teaching a course focused on Title IX and its role in institutions of higher education.

The University of Michigan’s History of Art Department received two donations totaling $8.2 million from alumni and Professor Emeritus Ilene Forsyth.

The University of Michigan’s History of Art Department has received two donations totaling $8.2 million from alumni and Professor Emeritus Ilene Forsyth, allowing the department to expand its programming initiatives, according to a Jan.