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Faculty and graduate students have recently responded with personal and professional concerns to President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries.

SACUA chair William Schultz leads the discussion of Faculty Senate and campus affairs at the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discussed strategies on how to gauge social climate within the faculty and staff through surveys soon to be released.

GSIs held office hours in Haven Hall on Thursday as the Graduate Employees’ Organization held a “grade-in” to promote awareness of contract-bargaining they have been undertaking with the University since November.

Office hours were held in the hallways of Haven Hall on Thursday as the Graduate Employees’ Organization — the labor union representing graduate student instructors and graduate student staff assistants employed by the University o

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs at a weekly SACUA meeting in the Fleming Administration Building on January 9, 2017.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs approved to write a statement on Monday to support University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel’s remarks

Dr. Swathi Yadlapalli at work in the Shafer Lab in the department of Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology on Thursday. As a professor of science, Dr. Yadlappali does not face issues surrounding politics in the classroom as other professors do.

LSA junior Enrique Zalamea, the president of the University of Michigan’s chapter of College Republicans, has a poster up in his room that reads, “Came to college, still not a liberal.” He said it stems from a joke, but the words on the poster mean a great deal to him.

The Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize celebrates innovations in student learning in the classroom and across the world.

The Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize, an award celebrating new, innovative approaches to student learning, is accepting nominations for innovative projects from professors across the University of Michigan until Jan. 31.

SACUA chair William Schultz watches as Provost Martha Pollack opens a gift from the Faculty Senate Assembly in commemoration of Pollack's service to the University at Palmer Commons on Monday.

Members of the University of Michigan’s Senate Assembly passed a resolution on Monday brought forth by the Academic Affairs Advisory Committee regarding salary cuts as a way to demote faculty.

The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts is offering 20 themed courses this semester in honor of the University of Michigan’s bicentennial.

This semester, in honor of the University of Michigan’s bicentennial, LSA is carrying on its tradition of a themed semester by offering over 20 classes centered around the 200th anniversary of the University.

The School of Public Health's main building on the Medical Campus.

M-Write — a program promoting conceptual learning through writing housed inside the Digital Innovation Greenhouse in the Office of Digital Education — continues to grow as it introd

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs discusses a resolution at their weekly meeting in the Fleming Administration Building on Monday.

The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs had their first meeting of the winter semester on Monday to discuss the Academic Affairs Advisory Committee resolution to protect faculty from unfair demotions.

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