• Addressing Ebola

    Students, faculty and professionals from the Stamps School of Art & Design, the School of Public Health, the Medical School, African Studies and the School of Nursing recently worked in teams to generate creative solutions to critical issues related to the Ebola crisis.

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  • U-M Students Shine in Fulbrights

    U-M students received 28 Fulbright grants—more than any other public university in the nation during 2014-15. Kelicia Hollis earned her master's degree in higher education at U-M and is now in Tianjin, China, researching how Chinese students prepare to study abroad.

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  • Mentoring Makers

    Michigan Makers, a U-M School of Information program, gives students the opportunity to practice mentoring children in less formal learning environments. The course encourages creativity and "tinkering" primarily through technology. It is supported by a U-M Third Century Initiative grant

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  • Home is where the artificial heart is

    Using wearable technology from the U-M Frankel Cardiovascular Center, Stan Larkin can wait at home for a heart transplant. He’s the first patient to leave a Michigan hospital without a human heart. His artificial heart is powered by a portable device called the Freedom Driver.

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