Academics

Panelists at the Academic Innovation Initiative Summit in the Michigan League Tuesday.

To tip off the University of Michigan’s Academic Innovation Initiative Summit, University deans gathered at a panel on the future of innovation in academics Tuesday afternoon, with 70 in attendance.

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When LSA sophomores Rebecca Bernstein and Andie Harris received a problem set back from their Stats 250 graduate student instructors, their grades were a shock: They both received zeros.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discusses campus issues in the Fleming Administration Building Monday afternoon.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs convened Monday afternoon to discuss amending the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities — a University of Michigan document written by and for students that outlines Univer

Former JetBlue CEO Dave Barger, who previously attended the University of Michigan, gave a $10 million gift to the University’s Barger Leadership Institute, an initiative to promote research opportunities for LSA students.

SACUA members at a meeting on Oct. 2, 2017.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs convened Monday afternoon to discuss increasing the body’s budget, standardizing the training protocols for the Uni

The University of Michigan Lecturers’ Employee Organization gathered Friday morning in Pierpont Commons on North Campus to bargain for higher wages, improved benefits and fairer performance evaluations.

Approximately 100 University of Michigan community members gathered at the Dana Natural Resources Building to hear Jonathan Overpeck, the inaugural Samuel A.

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Despite being ranked first in its field for best graduate programs by the U.S.

Political science professor Arthur Lupia created "Beyond Partisanship" to consider societal issues and consider a range of political perspectives.

In today’s contentious political climate, it can be difficult to find common ground with others of opposing viewpoints. To combat this, political science professor Arthur Lupia, created the class “Beyond Partisanship.”

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Ann Arbor resident Areel Al-Lami, who was born in Ann Arbor but raised in Saudi Arabia, has seen immigrant communities in Ann Arbor struggle with language barriers, false cultural assumptions and a lack of technological literacy, which she believes could be alleviated through diversity initiative