• Wolverine Express

    Organized by U-M's Center for Educational Outreach, Wolverine Express trips take faculty, staff, students and alumni to under-resourced high schools across the state to promote higher education by sharing their academic and career journeys. Tag along for one ride where faculty and staff brought the pride of the Wolverines to Battle Creek, Michigan.

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  • Engaged with Arctic snow

    One class of students ventures to the Arctic for snow samples that are used in part by undergraduates in an intro chemistry course, who conduct authentic research experiments on sea ice loss. Engaged learning aimed at retaining STEM students early in their U-M careers.

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  • Finding their voice

    Imagine having a word or phrase on the tip of your tongue, but you’re unable to say it. And when you can speak, the words come out jumbled or incoherent. The U-M Aphasia Program offers a model approach to restoring the ability to communicate for residents across Michigan and the U.S.

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  • Mentoring at Michigan

    Mentoring has become an important part of the college experience for many students, as research indicates these types of supportive connections have a positive impact on students, even after they graduate. At the University of Michigan, faculty and staff use participate in several campus mentoring programs to foster student success.

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