Boosting equality in craft brewing
Fermenta was co-founded by Pauline Knighton-Prueter, a 2012 graduate of U-M, after she realized how few women were represented in the brewing and spirits field and started the advocacy group with two experienced brewers.
Blindfolded Rubik’s Cube world champion
The Rubik’s Cube. Many of us grew up finding the colorful 3×3 block to be an infuriating, and largely impossible, puzzle of frustration. But for one University of Michigan student, the cube opened doors to international travel, a Guinness World Records entry and multiple world championship titles.
Visit The Plastic Bag Store
Brooklyn-based artist Robin Frohardt, uses single-use plastics, organically harvested from streets and garbage dumps, stocks store shelves with thousands of original grocery items meticulously sculpted by hand and artfully repurposed to re-create a 6,000-square-foot supermarket.
2023 MLK Symposium
Around the theme of “The (R)evolution of MLK,” the keynote memorial lecture of the 2023 MLK Symposium will feature a panel discussion with Aletha Maybank, a physician and chief health equity officer and senior vice president for the American Medical Association, Edward Buckles, a film director and producer, and Jalen Rose, philanthropist and former U-M and NBA basketball star.
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.
- Detroit economy likely to avoid worst effects of national slowdown, see overall growth
- A 'game changer' for clothing recycling?
- Brain health, concussions and sports: Is there a long-term connection?
- Black History Month discussion: The role of the arts in the #BlackLivesMatter movement
- 319-million-year-old fish preserves the earliest fossilized brain of a backboned animal
- Michigan Minds: Exploring how imposter feelings relate to mental health and academic outcomes among minoritized students
- The Conversation: The EV transition isn't just about cars—the broader goal should be access to clean mobility for everyone
- Collaborative project to help improve coastal community resilience in Michigan, Wisconsin
- Stevenson, Cortina receive 2022 public engagement awards
- Michigan Minds: Illuminating and advancing the U-M Arts Initiative
In The News
- Chalkbeat Detroit Pre-K for all Michigan 4-year-olds sounds good. But will there be enough teachers?
- Wall Street Journal Hundreds more aftershocks could hit Turkey and Syria
- Nikkei China spy balloon shooting triggers diplomatic, social media storm
- National Public Radio Family caregivers of people with long COVID bear an extra burden
Happening @ Michigan
- Feb 8 A Conversation with Nikki Giovanni
- Feb 9 2023 Winter Job & Internship Fair — In Person
- Feb 9 Experiment|Experience:
- Feb 10 Winter Job & Internship Fair: Virtual in Handshake
- Feb 10 Housing Instability, Housing and Neighborhood Design, and Healthcare
- Feb 10 February International Coffee Hour
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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