• Pioneers of Sustainability

    Building on our strengths, U-M is developing a new type of school to address increasingly dynamic and complex global sustainability challenges. Learn more about the long history of sustainability on campus and how it's contributing to our progress and discoveries today.

    View the 2016 Sustainability Progress Report

  • Building a stronger Haiti with engineering and chocolate

    Journey from bean to bar in the jungles and streets of Haiti and meet the Michigan Engineer who’s churning out opportunity for her native country.

    Read The Story

  • The Firing of a President

    Michigan’s visionary first president Henry P. Tappan was brought down by editors, teetotalers, professors, regents ... and his own arrogance.

    Learn more about Tappan's end

  • Bringing back Great Lakes giants

    ​U-M researchers are part of a multi-institution team working to restore lake sturgeon, which were once common in the Great Lakes, by building rock spawning reefs in two Detroit-area rivers. ​​The latest set of reefs was completed last month in the Detroit River near Belle Isle.​

    Learn more about this long-term effort

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