• Ross Global Student Experiences

    Ambitious Michigan Ross undergrads are spending their summer visiting the world headquarters of e-commerce giants, interning at companies in Hong Kong and Australia, and chatting with the leaders of the European Central Bank about the challenges of managing a more risk-averse German population.

    Learn more about their experiences

  • Living Lab

    The Living Lab is a program in which U-M faculty bring research projects to public spaces so that parents and children can partake in real child development experiments.

    Learn more about this research

  • When Heads Rolled

    The construction of the iconic Law Quad first brought a clash of egos, followed by an order: “Off with their heads!” The addition of small stone gargoyles would spark ambition, irritation and ill will toward practically everyone involved.

    Learn more at the U-M Heritage Project

  • The Architectural Imagination

    The Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning takes center stage this summer. They will highlight 12 innovative design possibilities for Detroit—with far-reaching applications for other cities around the world—in this year’s 2016 U.S. Venice Biennale exhibition.

    Explore the projects

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