• Too much screen time?

    This year, U-M students and scholars launched an interprofessional course in partnership with sixth graders from Ann Arbor Public Schools to provide classroom and real-world engagement about digital wellness.

    Learn more about this unique class

  • Better battery manufacturing

    Michigan Engineering researchers are discovering new recipes for batteries with help from automation at the Samsung Advanced Materials Lab. Using robotic arms and computers, the lab can synthesize up to 24 different battery materials every 72 hours, allowing the researchers to test around 224 recipes.

    Read the story

  • ‘The Michigan’s’ mighty comeback

    A new ESPN documentary from Jon Fish, BA ’95, documents the trajectory of Mike Legg’s heart-stopping play that secured the 1996 NCAA title for Red Berenson’s Wolverines. After fading into obscurity for nearly three decades, Legg’s move ‘the Michigan’ is back with a vengeance, changing the game at every level.

    Learn the origin story of this famous move

  • U.P. Scholars Program makes U-M degree a reality

    The the U.P. Scholars Program provides need-based scholarships for limited-income students. The program also provides social, academic and professional support. Scholars come from 12 of the 15 U.P. counties and 20 high schools.

    Learn more about this program

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Academic Calendar

    • Jun 19
    Juneteenth (Holiday)
    • Jun 24
    Classes end (Spring Half) 5:00 pm
    • Jun 25
    Study Day
    • Jun 26-27
    Examinations
    • Jun 28
    Summer Half Term classes begin
    • Jul 4
    Independence Day (Holiday)
    • Aug 13
    Classes end 5:00 pm

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