Robert Ortega, SACUA Chair and social work professor, discusses issues with faculty governance at the SACUA Meeting at the Fleming Administration Building Monday.

During Monday’s meeting of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, the first of 2018, members discussed recruiting more faculty for various Senate committees and changing the date members are initiated in order to increase each committee’s efficiency.

Thus far, the University of Michigan has appeared in 12 alleged incidents of sexual harassment and assault taken from a

After contentious contract bargaining last winter, the University of Michigan Graduate Employees’ Union has focused much of its efforts on equity across its

The Inglis House has been sold by the University to buyers who intend to use the property as a family residence.

The Inglis House, which was once used by University administration to accommodate overnight guests such as the Dalai Lama and President Gerald Ford, has been sold to buyers who intend to use the property as a family residence.

Following a busy year with the bicentennial, there is no theme this semester.

In 1980, LSA held its first Theme Semester at the University of Michigan in hopes of providing students with the opportunity to immerse themselves in a specific topic through classes and extracur

On Monday, the University’s Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships endorsed its four nominees for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship.

Last week, the University, along with eight other universities and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, announced a new initiative to increase transparency in the life sciences.

Provost Martin Philbert discusses Richard Spencer at the Senate Assembly meeting Monday in Palmer Commons.

At its last meeting of the year, the University of Michigan Senate Assembly invited President Mark Schlissel to provide remarks on University progress and challenges from the past semester.

Students are unhappy with the inconsistency in naming and course structure of language minors.

When the University of Michigan started teaching Chinese and Japanese in the summer of 1936, the Asian Languages and Cultures Department didn’t exist.


This fall, the University of Michigan launched an undergraduate public health program for the first time, welcoming its first cohort of 95 upper-level students.