Administration

International and out-of-state enrollment continue to increase while state funding wavers.

A new report released by the National Bureau of Economic Research concludes recent increases in international student enrollment nationwide are the direct result of a decrease in state funding of higher education inst

Paul Courant at his home on October 6th, 2009.

Public Policy Prof. Paul Courant will serve as interim provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs of the University of Michigan, University President Mark Schlissel announced in an email to faculty and staff Tuesday afternoon.

The University of Michigan announced Tuesday in a press release it will join 30 other colleges and universities in the

It’s not uncommon for students at the University of Michigan to come across a number of administration-sponsored fliers, emails and posting boards in the Diag touting the University as the Leaders and Best — a trend that spiked following this October’s

In their last meeting of the calendar year, the University of Michigan Board of Regents discussed issues including construction, honorary degrees and campus climate in front of more than 50 attendees in the Michigan Union Thursday afternoon.

Regent Laurence Deitch receives an award from Regent Katherine White for his time serving on the Board of Regents at the Board of Regents meeting Thursday.
 

The University of Michigan Board of Regents honored outgoing Regent Laurence Deitch (D) with the title of Regent Emeritus at their December meeting, the last of Deitch’s 24 years of service.

The University of Michigan Board of Regents unanimously approved a new School of Environment and Sustainability, which will take the place of the current School of Natural Resources and Environment, at their December meeting Thursday afternoon.

The School of Art & Design has begun to implement strategies to increase diversity in teaching and in coursework as part of the University of Michigan’s campus-wide

David Wright, associate professor of accounting, discusses gender equity in SACUA at the Fleming Administrative building on Monday

Sean DeMonner, the information systems executive director of teaching and learning, highlighted the need for more faculty training and discussed the migration from CTools to Canvas with the the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs Monday.