This coming Wednesday marks the beginning of controlled burn season, when trained staff and volunteers start a series of intentional fires in Ann Arbor parks to enrich the soil and allow fire-resistant plants to grow.
On Tuesday, the Carceral State Project — a collaborative project researching the effects of mass incarceration — along with undersigned faculty, students, staff and community members at the University of Michigan, issued an open
Ripple, a Web-based software that facilitates the recruitment and management of research participants for clinical trials and the University Blockchain Research Initiative will give the University of Michigan one million dollars to research financial technology, The
On Monday, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced the creation of the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality. It will provide recommendations and strategies on achieving carbon neutrality and work with members of all three campuses.
The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety & Security responded to student concerns about a man following two students to class in the Modern Languages Building and inquiring if they were in Hebrew or Judaic studies classes.