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.”


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

Engaged learning, which entails hands-on teaching and learning opportunities that often involve work with different communities in society, has become key to the University of Michigan's new site Engaged Michigan.

Attendees Mika LaVaque-Manty and Michael Turner discuss group goals at the Digital Tools and Youth Outreach Community Kick-Off in Hatcher Thursday.

In a report from the Equality of Opportunity project earlier this year, the University of Michigan ranked last in socioeconomic diversity out of 27 “highly selective” unive

The Leinweber Foundation has donated $8 million to the Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics in LSA, according to a press release in Michigan News.


The Women’s Studies Department at the University of Michigan was founded in 1973 with the aim of combining elements of medicine, health and law, as well as disciplines from the humanities and social sciences.

In partnership with the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan students in the College of Pharmacy can now receive a dual doctorate of Pharmacy and an MBA degree in five years.

President Mark Schlissels speaks at a Senate Assembly meeting in the Fleming Building.

In response to recent racist events on campus such as the racist graffiti in West Quad Residence Hall and the “Make America White Again” 

School of Information professor Cliff Lampe speaks at the UMSI Bicentennial Symposium in Rackham Friday.

High profile business figures from Google, Microsoft and Walt Disney Studios spoke at the University of Michigan School of Information’s Bicentennial Symposium about the future of the University’s increasing technological global potential at Rackham Auditorium Friday afternoon.