Academics

President Mark Schlissel and the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discuss campus issues Monday evening in the Fleming Administration Building.

At its first meeting of the academic year, the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs passed a resolution condemning the recent anti-Latino graffiti incident, when hate mes

When LSA sophomore Leah Weinstein entered college last year, like many, she didn’t know exactly what she wanted to do after graduation. She knew she wanted to work abroad in some capacity, but it wasn’t until later in the year that the Peace Corps became a real option in her mind.

LSA Dean Andrew D. Martin confirmed faculty will place a special emphasis on ensuring professors hold their exams solely during the designated exam period in the upcoming academic year.

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This fall, the School of Public Health is launching its undergraduate public health major program, with its first cohort of 95 students.

Over 100 community members came out to the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History Friday to hear Cass Technical High School students share demonstrations based off their research while working with University professors and graduate students over the past seven weeks.

The University of Michigan Dearborn campus.

The University of Michigan-Dearborn will offer a new, interdisciplinary master’s program in data science beginning this fall. Through the program, students will aim to analyze and interpret data common in daily life. This data could range from traffic intersections to social media.

Prospective undergraduate students attend an event hosted by the Big House Program at Rackham on Monday

About 30 prospective minority undergraduate students gathered at Assembly Hall in Rackham Monday afternoon to meet with current University of Michigan students and administrative members to explore the advantages of choosing to study at the University for their undergraduate career.

At the 13th annual Traverse City Film Festival, two short films created by University of Michigan undergraduates were showcased on the big screen. The five-day event featured a variety of films, workshops and discussions about filmmaking.

J.R. Rothstein, a 2005 graduate from the University of Michigan, has received a Fulbright Award from the U.S. Department of State and will be a visiting scholar at the University of Toronto School of Law.

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