• A national leader in education abroad

    Every year, more and more U-M students are reaching out to experience the world beyond our borders. A new report funded by the U.S. State Department says that for the second consecutive year, the number of U-M students studying abroad increased by 15 percent, making the university a national leader.

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  • Nanotechnology Lab

    G.G. Brown Laboratories on North Campus, expanded one year ago, allow researchers to study the forces at work at the smallest scales, to advance nanotechnologies in energy, manufacturing, healthcare and biotechnology.

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  • Community Assembly

    The university came together for a Community Assembly with President Schlissel in Rackham Auditorium on Nov. 10. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Clarence Page said such an event is rare, as diversity is more typically discussed among friends and family, rather than in public.

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  • Monarchs and milkweed in a changing world

    The milkweed plants growing in 40 cube-shaped chambers on a hilltop at the University of Michigan Biological Station provide a glimpse into the future that allows researchers to ask a question: How will monarch butterflies fare?

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