Due to the new Digital Islamic Studies Curriculum, developed and lead by the University of Michigan International Institute, students who want to study Islam — but whose universities don’t offer the course — now can.

Information and Education professor Barry Fishman is named Professor of the Year by the Michigan Association of State Universities.

Barry Fishman, co-creator of a new gaming web application designed for higher education and University of Michigan professor of Information and Education, was named Michigan Professor of the Year by the Michigan Association of State Universities this past Friday at a luncheon in Lansing.

President Mark Schlissel at the Regents meeting on February 16, 2017.

The University of Michigan Board of Regents convened its final meeting of the school year Thursday afternoon, and approved multiple construction projects on the University’s three campuses and the appointments of senior officers.

Faculty athletics representative Ketra Armstrong and LSA professor Anne Curzan present on the state of student athlete academic performance during the Faculty Senate meeting on Monday.

The University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly met Monday for the last time this academic year to hear a report from the Academic Performance Committee and discuss various final resolutions.

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Public Policy Masters student Carmen Ye and Education PhD student Laura-Ann Jacobs discusses the A/PIA community in academia at the League on Thursday.

Continuing the conversations started during the Asian and Pacific Islander American Summit in March, a panel on A/PIAs in academia was held Thursday evening, bringing together seven panelists from across all levels at the University of Michigan to answer questions about their experiences in the f

Nadine Jawad is the 27th Truman Scholar from the University.

Public Policy junior Nadine Jawad, vice president of Central Student Government, was named a Truman Scholarship, an award that celebrates a commitment to public service.

Ginsberg Center Director Mary Jo Callan discusses the importance of community engagement in the Fleming Building on Monday.

Representatives from the University of Michigan Ginsberg Center presented on their new efforts to improve community outreach at the weekly Monday meeting of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs.


School of Information Prof. Charles Severance has been interested in Massive Open Online Courses since the moment he was first introduced to them.

LSA professor Edward Cho receives the Golden Apple Award in Rackham on Monday.

As the winner of the Golden Apple Award, an award given to one outstanding University of Michigan professor each year, Economics Prof.