Video: U-M embarks on one of the most ambitious campaigns in the history of public higher education with three fundraising priorities: student support, engaged learning, and bold ideas.
In December 1953 Arthur Miller, BA '38, penned a love letter to his alma mater in the national magazine Holiday. "When I was in Ann Arbor, I felt I was at home," he told readers.
When President John F. Kennedy's family entered the White House around 4:30 a.m. on Nov. 23, 1963, U.S. Naval officer George Perrault was stationed just inside, a member of the "Death Watch" following JFK's assassination.
Video: Filmmaker Zack Arnold, BA '02, celebrates the legacy of the late Christopher Rush, BA '99, who defied muscular dystrophy to lead an extraordinary and victorious life.
Slideshow: If a picture paints a thousand words, these images have much to say about the enduring appeal of life at Michigan.
Chinese, medical studies at U-M get $50 million boost from alumnus Richard Rogel; U-M to expand entrepreneurship education; Michigan's University Research Corridor brings spirit of innovation to revive Detroit; U-M to build $6.5-million track to test automated cars in Ann Arbor; Global warming led to dwarfism in mammals millions of years ago—and it could happen again; Plutocrats vs. populists.
Five years ago this month, Michigan voters opened the door for a full range of stem cell research in the state. Today, that effort is well under way at U-M, and yielding results that are expanding knowledge of a wide range of diseases.
Video: U-M researchers are teaching cars, roads, traffic lights, and other roadside devices to talk to each other. Their model will determine how well connected-vehicle safety technologies and systems will work in a real-life environment, with real drivers and vehicles.
Nursing undergrad Magdalene Kuznia knew her internship in India would be an adventure. It was all the better when she was able to work with fellow Wolverine Jayaa Singh, MBA '04, founder of the Salokaya College of Nursing, in New Delhi.
A hundred years after his birth, acclaimed poet and late U-M professor Robert Hayden, MA '44, is celebrated with a centennial retrospective.
Video: What happens when a cell biologist, choreographer, composer, and science illustrator pool their unique skills to convey a complex biological process? Watch and learn.