Academics

University president Mark Schlissel considers current events, including the upcoming bicentennial graduation ceremony, during the SACUA meeting in the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel addressed students concerns about commencement, President Donald Trump’s proposed 

John W. Sweetland, the eponym of the Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing, spent this past week visiting his alma mater, the University of Michigan, with his wife, Cordelia Bacher, to give lectures, meet with students, attend campus events and enjoy Ann Arbor eateries.

Dave Wright, SACUA Vice Chair and University business professor, discusses potential candidates for the SACUA board in the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.

Marschall Runge, dean of the University of Michigan Medical School and executive vice president for medical affairs, stopped by the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs on Monday to talk about the Medical School and Michigan Medicine and how these institutions can better interact with

Timothy McKay, an Arthur F. Professor of Physics, speaks about supporting students in an information age at Rackham Auditorium on Tuesday.

LSA Prof. Tim McKay, the director of the Digital Innovation Greenhouse, gave the keynote speech Tuesday afternoon at the Depression on College Campuses Conference at Rackham Auditorium.

The University of Michigan Digital Innovation Greenhouse, housed within the Office of Academic Innovation, released a new version of Academic Reporting Tools earlier this week, which will make course

SACUA chair Bill Schultz leads discussion on a proposed resolution regarding University bathroom policy during the Senate Assembly meeting at Palmer Commons on Monday.

The University of Michigan Senate Assembly gathered on Monday to elect three new representatives to the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs and further discuss its official 

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announces new methods of dialogue between Michigan faculty and public in the Michigan League on Monday.

The first of the University of Michigan’s Teach-Out Series will be released online on March 31 and will focus on how countries transition from democratic to authoritarian rule.

EdX CEO Anant Agarwal delivers a keynote address about how technology is affording scholars with new audiences and new channels for public engagement in the Michigan League on Monday.

The Office of Academic Innovation partnered with edX, a massive online open course provider, on Tuesday evening to hold a Design Jam for University of Michigan students.

SACUA member Robert Ortega addresses the committee to discuss recent events at the University in the Fleming building on Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs met on Monday afternoon to discuss the bathroom policy for transgender students it passed last week, hoping to expand the reso

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announces new methods of dialogue between faculty the public in the Michigan League on Monday.

The introduction of a Teach-Out Series on topics ranging from “fake news” to the rise of increasingly authoritarian governments was announced by University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel at an

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