Academics

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.

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At the end of each semester, University of Michigan students are asked to submit evaluations for the courses they have taken in that term. One of the most important metrics for introductory-level courses is how much interest they generate in the field.

Senate Assembly member Hasan Alam, a professor in the Medical School, speaks to other faculty and staff to discuss important topics during the Senate Assembly meeting in the League Monday.

The University of Michigan Senate Assembly convened Monday afternoon in the Michigan League to discuss the implications of electronic voting and participation in future meetings as well as what responsibilities University faculty hold regarding letters of recommendation.

One of the most popular classes that fulfills the Race and Ethnicity requirement, Cultural Anthropology 101, or Introduction to Anthropology, is moving away from its previous honors discussion course to pilot a new section similar to the Program on Intergroup Relations this upcoming winter semest

The San Francisco Opera has dropped David Daniels, professor at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance and a world-renowned countertenor singer, from their 2019 production of “Orlando” amid sexual assault allegations and lawsuit filed by a student at the Univ

SACUA Chairman Neil Marsh and VP for Information Technology Ravi Pendse discuss issues with faculty representatives at the weekly SACUA Meeting at Fleming Monday afternoon.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs at the University of Michigan met on Monday afternoon to elect an interim officer to the assembly, as well as discuss issues of attendance and the consideration of electronic participation in the future.

As the winter semester at the University of Michigan draws near, students have begun scheduling, turning to course registration tools to help plan their upcoming semester.

For Public Policy senior Lauren Schandevel and LSA senior Meaghan Wheat, creating a minor focused on the study of socioeconomic class has been a project that sp