• Bringing Indian music to the world

    ​Professor Mousumi Banerjee grew up listening to the songs of Indian poet, writer and composer Rabindranath Tagore. Now her quest is to convert the songs to Western music notation, starting with a high school band, hoping to make the music more accessible.

    Learn more about this U-M biostatistics professor’s passion for music

  • 2017 MLK Symposium

    With the theme “Sounds of Change,” the 2017 MLK Symposium features dozens of events that will explore how sound can mark moments of change. Events include a keynote lecture/conversation with Amy Goodman and Issa Rae and a talk on movement building by BLM activist Shaun King.

    Learn more about the events

  • Celebrating 200 Years of Excellence

    At Michigan, we’ve been educating future leaders since 1817. Together we can accomplish great things beyond what any one person can do.

    Always Leading. Forever Valiant.

  • Why 1817 Matters

    With the arrival of 2017, the University is celebrating the 200th year since its founding in Detroit. But for many decades, 1837 was considered U-M’s birth year – in Ann Arbor.

    Understanding the U-M bicentennial

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