Provost Martin Philbert listens to a colleague's comments during the Board of Regents Meeting at the University golf course Thursday.

At the University of Michigan Board of Regents meeting on Thursday, University president Mark Schlissel presented new initiatives to combat sexual misconduct on campus.

In this past week, the University of Michigan has announced several new initiatives centered in Detroit.

The University of Michigan Professional Nurses Council announced Monday morning that Michigan Medicine nurses voted overwhelmingly to strike for three days amid bargaining efforts. Over 4,000 nurses voted in favor of a strike.

This story has been updated to include a statement from Michigan Medicine. 

This story has been updated to include an interview with UMPNC homecare nurse Kim Leavens.


In past years, the University of Michigan’s Wallenberg Medal has been awarded to anti-apartheid activist Desmond Tutu, civil rights

UMPNC is currently in the midst of voting on whether to authorize a work stoppage, as union members and hospital executives clash over nurse-patient ratios and other labor practices.

A 2015 interview with Ann Scanlon McGinity, Michigan Medicine chief nursing executive, is record of the administrator’s hostility toward unions, nurses say.

A month after Judge Linda V. Parker of the U.S.

According to a recent Detroit Free Press article, Board of Regents Member Andrea Fischer Newman (R) accepted close to $30,000 in campaig

As Michigan Medicine nurses continue to vote on a potential strike, the University of Michigan administration reassures students at this time, the potential work stoppage will not negatively impact the School of Nursing.

As Michigan Medicine nurses continue to vote on a potential

Michigan Medicine nurses filed a lawsuit against the University of Michigan on Tuesday for prohibiting them from wearing pro-union buttons and shirts, which the suit claims violates the nurses’ First Amendment rights.

The DSN was created within the National Center for Institutional Diversity after the 1990s and early 2000s Supreme Court cases questioning the University’s affirmative action policies, when University scholars showcased research proving the importance of

The work of Naomi André, a women’s studies and Afroamerican and African studies professor at the University of Michigan, is in the humanities and the work Matthew Diemer, a U-M education and psychology professor, is in the social sciences, but both professors’ work relate to the pressing issues o