Academics

David Blaauw and Dennis Sylvester, electrical engineering and computer science professors at the University of Michigan, are this year’s recipients of the 2019 Distinguished University Innovator Award

David Blaauw and Dennis Sylvester, electrical engineering and computer science professors at the University of Michigan, are this year’s recipients of the 2019 Distinguished University Innovator Award, an honor given to University faculty who have both developed and marketed innovative idea

Elizabeth Anderson, philosophy and women's studies professor, was announced as a MacArthur Fellow last week.

Elizabeth Anderson, University of Michigan professor of philosophy and women’s studies, was named a MacArthur Fellow last week.

University President Mark Schlissel answers questions from SACUA representatives at a weekly meeting in Fleming Administration Building Monday afternoon.

Eleven SACUA board members held their weekly meeting Monday afternoon in the Fleming Administration Building, addressing issues facing the University of Michigan faculty and student body.

Author Artemis Leontis discusses her new book "Eva Palmer Sikelianos: A Life in Ruins" in the South Thayer building Thursday afternoon.

The Osterman Common Room was packed for a moderated discussion with author Artemis Leontis discussing her new book “Eva Palmer Sikelianos: A Life in Ruins” on Thursday afternoon. 

Multi-year XR initiative brings technology to classes.

University of Michigan Provost Martin Philbert announced a campus-wide extended reality initiative — an umbr

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Of the University of Michigan’s over 30,000 undergrad students, about 230 students are from the Uppe

David Potter, faculty senate secretary and professor of Greek and Roman history, at a SACUA meeting September 9, 2019.

The University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly met on Monday at Palmer Commons for their first meeting of the semester to get to know one another and discuss their vision for the year. 

LSA Dean Anne Curzan discusses her long-term goals in an interview The Daily in the LSA Building Friday morning .

The Academics Beat at The Michigan Daily recently sat down with the new LSA Dean Anne Curzan for an interview to discuss her vision for the college and its many programs.

The Michigan Daily: What are your goals as dean of LSA?

LSA Institute for the Humanities presents Yo Tengo Nombre by San Antonio-based artist Ruth Leonela Buentello at the Institute for Humanities Thursday evening.

Pushing a strand of magenta hair out of her face, Ruth Leonela Buentello recovered from a tearful moment.

Researchers discuss their work with attendees at the Rackham Symposium: State of the Graduate School conference Wednesday evening.

Michael Solomon, dean of Rackham Graduate School, hosted a talk on rethinking graduate education Wednesday afternoon.