LSA Institute for the Humanities presents Yo Tengo Nombre by San Antonio-based artist Ruth Leonela Buentello at the Institute for Humanities Thursday evening.

Pushing a strand of magenta hair out of her face, Ruth Leonela Buentello recovered from a tearful moment.

Researchers discuss their work with attendees at the Rackham Symposium: State of the Graduate School conference Wednesday evening.

Michael Solomon, dean of Rackham Graduate School, hosted a talk on rethinking graduate education Wednesday afternoon.

SACUA Chair Joy Beatty at the Senate Assembly meeting September 9, 2019.

Members of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday afternoon in the Fleming Administrative Building to discuss the Big Ten Academic Alliance, which will be held this year at the University of Michigan starting on Oct. 17.


As University of Michigan students began school two weeks ago, approximately 30 international students were unable to matriculate because of delays in their United States visa applications, according to University spokeswoman Kim Broekhuizen.

Information junior Katherine Amidon discusses new ideas for water safety improvement at a Multidisciplinary Design Jam in the UMSI Engagement Center Friday afternoon.



An in-depth study of administrative data on post-graduation achievement released in early August found the majority of bachelor’s degree graduates from the University enter into professional services or

Senate Assembly Chair Joy Beatty leads the discussion of Senate Assembly committees at the SACUA meeting in Fleming Administration Building Monday afternoon.

The University of Michigan Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met on Monday for their first meeting of the academic year.

It was recently announced that recent LSA graduate Carly Marten was awarded the University's Wallenberg Fellowship.

This summer, recent LSA graduate Carly Marten was awarded the prestigious Wallenberg Fellowship to pursue a research project in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 


Early numbers from the University of Michigan Office of Undergraduate Admissions show a lower first-year acceptance rate and stronger ACT and grade point averag