• Sound Support

    Learning to live in a hearing world and with a cochlear implant takes adjustment—for the patient, the patient’s family and the people in the patient’s life. It’s the mission of the University of Michigan’s Sound Support program, an arm of U-M’s Cochlear Implant Program, to help all involved manage the changes and thrive.

    Learn more and view other U-M: Stories of our State

  • Measuring motion sickness in driverless cars

    Up to one-third of Americans experience motion sickness, according to the National Institutes of Health. In a car, the condition tends to flare when you’re a passenger rather than a driver, and when you’re engaged in something other than looking out the window—reading or using a handheld device, for example.

    Learn about this research project to identify and quantify motion sickness

  • Welcome back

    The excitement in the air in Ann Arbor is palpable. U-M students are back in town and ready to start the new school year. There are a variety of Welcome Week events happening across campus to help students get back into the swing of things. Go Blue! #welcomehoMe

    View the 2019 Welcome to Michigan events

  • Making a Difference Around the World

    Many U-M students spent their summer actively and passionately engaged in communities nearby and across the globe. Besides creating unforgettable memories, students made a difference in the lives of people through service and research.

    Learn more about these summer projects

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