Academics

In December, Rackham Graduate School announced they will include Middle East and North African identities on their applications for Fall 2019.

Rackham Graduate School announced last month they will include Middle Eastern and North African identity options on their applications for Fall 2019.

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Food Literacy for All, a new University of Michigan course that focuses on the global food system, is being offered for the third time this semester. The lecture series is open to University students for credit and is free for community members.

Alum Penny Stamps receiving an honorary doctor of fine arts at Spring Commencement 2018.

Namesake of the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, philanthropist and alum Penny Stamps died Thursday in her home at the age of 74. Stamps had been battling leukemia.

University of Michigan faculty, students and community members share their thoughts with the Blue Ribbon Panel at Palmer Commons Wednesday afternoon.

About 30 University of Michigan faculty, students and community members convened at Palmer Commons Wednesday afternoon to share their thoughts with the Blue Ribbon Panel.

University President Mark Schlissel discusses financial aid for in-state students during the University of Michigan Senate Assembly meeting in the Michigan League Monday afternoon.

The University of Michigan Senate Assembly convened Monday to discuss affordability, equity, sustainability, sexual misconduct and free speech on campus.

Spanish Lecturer Erin Levin facilitates the Lecturers' Employee Organization discussion on financial equity across Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses LEO offices on E Liberty Wednesday night.

On Wednesday evening, the Lecturers’ Employee Organization held its first of several Ann Arbor community forums to discuss the launch of the One University Campaign, which strives to make all three University of Michigan campuses more equitable learning institutions.

Majd Abdulghani

Growing up, life sciences researcher Majd Abdulghani watched her mother overcome the various obstacles she faced as a Muslim female scientist working toward her Ph.D. in London.

LSA senior Noah McNeal, a recipient of the Marshall scholarship, at Haven Hall Monday afternoon.

Three students have been awarded the prestigious Marshall and Schwarzman scholarships to pursue graduate studies at universities in the United Kingdom and China during the upcoming academic year.

University President Mark Schlissel discusses University affairs at weekly SACUA meeting in the Fleming Administration Building Monday afternoon.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs at the University of Michigan met Monday afternoon to discuss student efforts to reduce the effects of climate change on campus

Vice President for Development Jerry May discusses fundraising at weekly SACUA meeting in Fleming Monday afternoon.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met Monday to discuss students’ resolutions to combat climate change, as well as converse with guest speakers about initiatives the University of Michigan administration is employing to improve student and faculty life on campus.