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.

The University of Michigan released a statement Monday expressing concern for the future of students who may be undocumented immigrants and pledging to urge the federal government to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

University president Mark Schlissel at the University of Michigan Senate Assembly Meeting at Palmer Commons on Monday

About 60 of the 74 voting members of the University of Michigan Senate Assembly convened Monday evening to hear University President Mark Schlissel speak about the next steps after University Provost Martha Pollack leaves her position later this academic year.

Monday morning, a revised Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy was sent to students from E. Royster Harper, vice president for Student Life, Howard Saulles, interim director for University Health Service and Wolverine Wellness director Mary Jo Desprez.

Martha Pollack, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, discusses the new HAIL scholarship for high-achieving, low-income students at a SACUA meeting in the Fleming Administration Building on September 14, 2015.

Martha Pollack, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan, has been appointed Cornell University’s 14th president, according to a Cornell press release published Monday afternoon.

University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel is often the most visible decision-maker on campus, but in fact, the school is controlled by a governing body called the Board of Regents. 

After Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s unprecedented win in the presidential election early Wednesday morning, University President Mark Schlissel sent out an campuswide e-