Academics

Business alum Eli Cahan is the second University of Michigan student to win the Knight-Hennessy Scholarship.

Business alum Eli Cahan has been awarded the Knight-Hennessy Scholarship to pursue a graduate degree at Stanford University in the upcoming academic year, making him the second University of Michigan student to win the award.

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According to the College of Engineering, many Engineering students do not exceed the standard limit of printing pages allocated to each student in the school per term.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discusses various issues regarding the University at the Fleming Administration Building Monday afternoon.

The University of Michigan’s Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday at the Fleming Administration Building to discuss including faculty governance in University decisions and management of University finances.

The Ross School of Business is launching a part-time, online MBA program.

Beginning in fall 2019, the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business will launch a part-time, online MBA program, making the school the

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Since the beginning of the academic year, several LSA classes have been participating in a pilot program of iClicker Reef, a new student response system from Macmillan Learning, to ask a wider variety of questions than traditional iClicker remotes.

Richard Holcomb, senior director of U-M Human Resources, discusses the new HR campaigns that the University has been working on at the SACUA meeting in Fleming Administration Building Monday.

The University of Michigan Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday to discuss immunization requirement policies and the provost’s recent revisions to the faculty handbook. 

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LSA sophomore Jack Wroldsen came to the University of Michigan knowing he was interested in a history degree. Yet Wroldsen said he faced skepticism from parents and employers about the choice when he declared a history major.

U-M Flint professor Sarah Lippert presents a resolution on the principles of due process at the Senate Assembly meeting Monday in the Michigan League.

The University of Michigan Senate Assembly held its monthly meeting Monday in the Michigan League, discussing the academic freedom lecture, tri-campus participation in administrative affairs and fair treatment and due diligence of conduct investigations.

Mika LaVaque-Manty, LSA Honors Program director, speaks at the LSA Student Honor Council speaker event at Palmer Commons Monday night.

Mika LaVaque-Manty, LSA Honors Program director and associate professor of political science, addressed the ways in which rule-following affects one’s life during the LSA Student Honor Council speaker event titled “Your life, Your rules” Monday night.

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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.