• Digital Islam

    U-M is connecting students across Big Ten universities to courses that can lead to a greater understanding of complex topics. The Digital Islamic Studies Curriculum allows students to take courses about Islam not offered at their own institutions.

    Learn about this cross-university class

  • 3D Migraine Visualization

    Using PET scans of the brain, University of Michigan researchers showed that dopamine falls and fluctuates at different times during a migraine headache. Outfitted with a joystick and special glasses, Alex DaSilva examines 3D images of the brain to better understand brain chemical fluctuations during a migraine headache.

    Learn more and watch a video about this research

  • Rhythm is The Beating Heart of Cuba

    A group from the School of Music, Theatre & Dance traveled to Cuba as part of a recent week-long visit where the group sought to learn first-hand the Latin rhythms that have played an important part in influencing many genres of music.

    Learn more about this unique student experience

  • Burton Tower Aglow for Bicentennial

    In honor of the University of Michigan’s 200th year, the Burton Memorial Tower will glow in new maize and blue lighting for all 2017 Bicentennial events, starting with the the UMich200 Spring Festival on campus this week.

    Celebrate with us

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