• The War of 1817

    Happy birthday to us: U-M is officially 198 years old, thanks to a spirited battle over the founding date that added 20 years to the University’s life.

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  • restoring marsh biodiversity

    Students from the general ecology course at the U-M Biological Station in Pellston explore nearby Cheboygan Marsh. This summer, a research team based at the station harvested 20 to 30 tons of cattails from the marsh in an innovative wetlands restoration project​.

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  • Caring for women in the Congo

    His English was limited. She couldn't speak French. But that didn't stop a Congolese physician and a U-M School of Nursing professor from building a partnership in one of the most dangerous places for women in the world.

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  • Transforming Residential Learning

    The new Munger Graduate Residences challenge U-M students to develop networks across disciplines and to pursue new ideas together. This new campus housing option provides an innovative environment where today's graduate and professional students can develop into tomorrow's leaders.

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