Academics

University of Michigan students involved in the Don’t Leave Us Behind Campaign have taken action to advocate against a controversial state reading law.

University of Michigan students involved in the Don’t Leave Us Behind Campaign have taken action to advocate against a controversial state reading law.

Amy Dittmar, vice provost of academic and budgetary affairs, discusses University finances and proposals during a SACUA meeting in Fleming Administration Building Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday to discuss their agenda for the larger Senate Assembly and have a conversation with Amy Dittmar, vice provost of academic and budgetary affairs, on upcoming events. 

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Engineering sophomore Conner Hein, who studies Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, went into backpacking for next semester’s classes with a plan. 

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From their first day as students at the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering, students are introduced to the Engineering Honor Code, a set of standards in place to discourage academic dishonesty.

Mitchell Dudley speaks at the Economics at Work Seminar in Lorch Hall Friday afternoon.

University of Michigan alum Monica L. Dorman spoke to about 80 economics students in Lorch Hall Friday afternoon. Her talk was a part of a lecture series for the semester designed to help students implement the skills they learn in the classroom in everyday life. 

Dr. Brandi Jones discusses promoting a positive and inclusive pathway for black engineering students in Pierpont Commons Wednesday afternoon.

The University of Michigan College of Engineering welcomed Brandi P.

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 For Astronomy 104, LSA sophomore Katie Charlic had to purchase “Alien Skies: A Travelogue of the Universe.” The book, which retails on Barnes & Noble’s website for

SACUA members discuss the possibility of surveys to faculty for reporting grievances at a meeting in Fleming Administration Building Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday and continued to revise their agenda to prepare for the larger Senate Assembly meeting consisting of 70 people on Dec. 16. 

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The Knight-Wallace Fellowship — a program for accomplished journalists to study at the University of Michigan — has expanded to include two fellowship positions for

Saudi Arabian journalist Safa Al Ahmad speaks after accepting the Wallenberg Medal from President Mark Schlissel Tuesday night.

Saudi Arabian journalist Safa Al Ahmad gave a talk after accepting the Wallenberg Medal from President Mark Schlissel Tuesday night. She spoke in Rackham Auditorium to a crowd of a few hundred community members and students.