• 100 Years of Aerospace at Michigan

    U-M started the first aeronautics program in the country in 1914. The department has gone on to graduate more than 6,000 engineers. Its graduate program is ranked No. 1 among public institutions and its undergraduate program is ranked No. 2 by U.S. News & World Report.

    More about the U-M aerospace centennial

  • Sport and the University

    The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts’ Sport and the University theme semester hopes to paint a clearer picture of the relationship between athletics and academics — both the awesome and the controversial aspects — through new courses and special programs.

    Learn about LSA's theme semester

  • Paradox of Play

    The U-M Museum of Art is hosting Paramodel, a site-specific installation that features a network of blue-colored model railroads that fill surfaces in and beyond the gallery, constructing a world of “play” intersecting with the real world. This is Paramodel’s first solo exhibition in the U.S.

    Learn about Paramodel

  • Star-Spangled Bicentennial

    This week marks the bicentennial of the “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Mark Clague, a U-M associate professor of musicology and expert on American music has been busy performing and sharing insights on the anthem across the country. On campus, there are several events planned to mark the occasion.

    More about anthem history and events

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