From garden to growth
Raquel Garcia, executive director for Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision, said the long-standing relationship between U-M and SDEV has helped to support the garden through grants, plants from the Campus Farm and technical support.
Professor Jim Cogswell’s adhesive vinyl installations have delighted the U‑M community and visitors to our campus for years. In 2022, Cogswell brings these explorations to international audiences in Athens, Greece and Santo Tirso, Portugal with two site-specific installations.
Victors for Veterans
Over the past decade, students and faculty from the U-M School of Dentistry have provided free dental care valued at about $1.7 million to more than 480 veterans throughout the state of Michigan. The Victors for Veterans clinics, or V4V, are providing a much-needed service because the military doesn't cover dental treatments for most veterans.
Even relatively modest climate warming and associated precipitation shifts may dramatically alter Earth’s northernmost forests, which constitute one of the planet’s largest nearly intact forested ecosystems and are home to a big chunk of the planet’s terrestrial carbon.
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To Be Heard
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is Artist in Residence at the UM Institute for the Humanities where her exhibition Pressed Against My Own Glass is on view. During her residency, she will produce a public mural To Be Heard as a community engagement project in order to hear and amplify the voices of marginalized groups.Learn more about this exhibition
Campus Health Response
The University of Michigan has COVID-19 policies and guidance in place to support robust in-person experiences for our students, faculty and staff.
- U-M official data show 51,225 students enrolled this fall
- Child Tax Credit reduced hardship for families in poverty, had no significant impact on employment
- Dinosaur-killing asteroid triggered global tsunami
- Not enough: Protecting algae-eating fish insufficient to save imperiled coral reefs
- WHO director general to receive Thomas Francis Jr. Medal
- Commentary: Do corporate values matter to workers?
- The Conversation: Medical guidelines that embrace the humility of uncertainty could help doctors choose treatments
- Opinion: A new law can help us keep the robust free press our democracy needs
- Michigan Sea Grant: Collaborative project to support small harbors, ensure long-term sustainability
- Q&A: Health care artificial intelligence gets biased data creating unequal care
In The News
- New York Times Meeting the mental health challenge in school and at home
- Newsweek What's the worst thing Putin could do short of nuclear war?
- ABC News Supreme Court takes case on content policing: Here's how a Section 230 ruling could impact social media
- Washington Post Xi Jinping's quest for total control of China is just getting started
Happening @ Michigan
- Oct 7 Inaugural Borka Tomljenović Lecture. Returning to the Groove of History
- Oct 11 Charles Correa International Lecture: Christian Benimana, "The architecture of Health."
- Oct 12 An evening with Anna Quinden
- Oct 13 Dinner for Democracy: Gun Violence Prevention
- Oct 14 Huron River Clean-up Volunteer Day with Stamps Gallery
- Oct 7 La Tertulia
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- Nov 23-25
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- Dec 12-16, 19
All Michigan, all the time
There’s always something amazing happening at Michigan. Whether it’s on campus or around the world, our students, faculty, staff and alumni are out seizing the day. A sampling of images captured over the years is shown in the gallery below.
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