Rob Sellers,Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion and Academic Affairs, introduces the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan at the Michigan Union on Thursday.

After over a year of planning, The University of Michigan launched its five-year Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategic plan Thursday morning.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced a new multidisciplinary program, Poverty Solutions, that aims to use research to aid those living in poverty, along with multiple other diversity initiatives at Wednesday’s leadership breakfast.

Following a week of student protests over campus climate and calls for more action from University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel, Schlissel announced two new diversity initiatives Wednesday morning.

The conversation, announced on Wednesday, was planned in response to racially charged fliers that were hung in Mason and Haven Halls last week.

Protestors gather for a Black Lives Matter protest that would march from the Diag to the Michigan League where a debate on the movement was being held by the Michigan Political Union on Tuesday.

Though the question has been a persistent one throughout its history, over the past year the University of Michigan has focused in on how to become more diverse, more inclusive and more welcoming under a University initiative to create a campus-wide strategic plan for diversity.

The University of Michigan announced Tuesday that effective immediately, students will be able to indicate their preferred gender pronoun on class rosters.

DEIC Officer Latisha Cunningham speaks at the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion forum for staff members at Lorch Hall on Friday.

Two weeks before University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel is slated to unveil his University-wide strategic plan for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, LSA staff members — a group that inc

The University of Michigan Board of Regents held its first meeting of the academic year Thursday afternoon, passing measures including a pay raise for U

Thursday, the University of Michigan’s Board of Regents approved an estimated $75 million new robotics laboratory, made possible through a leasing partnership with Ford Motor Company, that will be used as a research lab and teaching space for the College of Engineering.

Follow along for live coverage of the December meeting of the University's Board of Regents.