Academics

Professor David Cho speaks to his sports marketing class at the Undergraduate Science Building on Thursday evening.

Each Wednesday, Lecturer David Cho flies from his home in Portland, Oregon to Ann Arbor to teach his Thursday sport management course in the School of Kinesiology. A little over 24 hours later, he flies back to Portland Friday morning.

Carol Bradford, executive vice dean for Academic Affairs at the Medical School, discusses civility and wellness for all personnel at the SACUA meeting in the Medical Building Monday.

Monday, the University of Michigan’s Senate Advisory Committee on Undergraduate Affairs took their weekly meeting to the Medical School to talk about academics at the Medical School with Carol Bradford, the Medical School’s executive vice dean for Academic Affairs and Michigan Medicine’s Chief Ac

Second-year Law student Megan Brown has spent the past seven years at the University, first for her undergraduate education and now for Law School.

Second-year Law student Megan Brown has spent the past seven years at the University, first for her undergraduate education and now for Law School.

Starting this fall, the University of Michigan’s English Department will offer a new English minor.
Starting this fall, the University of Michigan’s English Department will offer a new English minor that requires 15 credits. Prior to this minor, a student could either major in English or minor in Creative Writing through the department.
 
Ketra Armstrong, Faculty Athletics Representative, discusses student-athlete performance at the University and in the NCAA at Palmer Commons Monday.

At its meeting Monday afternoon, the University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly discussed the Senate Advisory Committee on Undergraduate Affairs’ statement that was released on the Faculty Senate website under t

LSA sophomore Amanda Wasserman was nearly in tears as she hit the submit button.

As bargaining between the University of Michigan’s Lecturers’ Employee Organization and University administration continues regarding wages, per

On Monday, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced the University is seeking a new vice president of information and chief information officer.

University of Michigan Electrical Engineering and Computer Science courses have developed extensive waitlists due to growing enrollment rates, graduate students registering for undergraduate classes, and limited numbers of faculty  — giving students stress about being able to complete their requi

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.