On the Beam In Business|
Laser science center spins off new state industries.
Office provides guidance in transferring technology from academe to the market.
B-School Buys in to State's Economy
The Business and Industrial Assistance Division (BIAD) reaches out to Michigan businesses and civic organizations.
Likely Benefits of Ultrafast Optical System.
Gerard Mourou's laser research team explores the potential of short-pulse lasers.
Regents Say Code Must Be Revised
U-M's Statement on Student Rights and Responsiblities, known as the "student code," is not to infringe on First Amendment rights.
Publication Underscores U-M Commitment to Diversity
U-M's recently published monograph "Diversity" reaffirms commitment to gender equality and the 1987 Michigan Mandate.
Headway in '96 Funding
The State of Michigan and Michigan's public universities move toward adequate financial support in the budget for fiscal year 1996.
Students in the School of Art and the College of Architecture and Urban Planning design furniture made of Dupont Corian.
'Chaos or Community?'
Commencement speaker Marian Wright Edelman called the Oklahoma City bombing atrocity "a loud wakeup call to every American about our homefront struggle for the soul, values and future of our great nation."
Language Across the Curriculum
LAC combines language with such disciplines as psychology and history to strengthen and deepen knowledge of German and Spanish.
U-M Leads Plan for Summit
Nation's research capability threatened by budget cuts.
M Global Blue!
A 16-month 'Global MBA' program partnership formed with Daewoo of South Korea.
The OWL Flies with MOOs and MUDs
Computers are increasing the effectiveness of student peer tutors.
Computers Boost Students' Yield in Research on Ancient Plants
A group software database was designed especially for anthropology and biology graduate seminar students to help them develop expertise in their challenging field .
Novelist Delbanco 'Goes Public'
Author Nicholas Delbanco, professor of English, has tackled a topical subject in an atypical way in his forthcoming novel In the Name of Mercy.
Signed Up by the CEO
It was a routine trip back to Michigan for Laurence J. Kirshbaum '66, a member of the Visiting Committee of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, until Nick Delbanco suprised him with a question.
Keep Your Reference Letter File Active and Up To Date
To maintain an active file, a student or alumna/us must have conducted one or more transactions since 1985.
Donors Shape Future Througth Student Support
Scholarships provide an indispensable form of financial aid and often become the deciding factor not only in students' ability to attend their school-of-choice, but also in a school's ability to attract top students.
Huetwell Bequest to Help Many Projects
U-M receives a gift of $16.8 million from the estate of Frederick G.L. (Fritz) Huetwell '38.
Scholarship Variety Meets a Variety of Needs
Student financial assistance ranges from one-time honorariums to programs like the Colton and Bentley scholarships.
Robert McKee '63, a self-professed 'champion of the writer'--especially the screenwriter--lectures on 'Story Structure' to more than 3,000 students each year in major US cities and in Europe.
'I was looking for a sound liberal arts education at a school with a good jazz tradition,' says pianist Craig Taborn '95, who is moving frontstage on the jazz scene.
U-M Recalls World War II
U-M's activities from 1939 to the end of World War II is the subject of an exhibition at the Bentley Historical Library.
U-M Listed 6th in Library Holdings
A survey of US and Canadian research libraries for 1993-94.
Gumming Up: The Works
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics' third annual exposition of students' work.
Swimmers Take Title
As "Hail to the Victors" blared triumphantly in the background, the Wolverine men's swimming and diving team stepped forward to accept the NCAA championship trophy March 25.
Sullivan Shines in Track
Sophomore Kevin Sullivan receives the track and field College Athlete of the Year award.
Wymer a Three-Time Champion
Senior gymnast Beth Wymer scored 9.95 on the uneven bars, becoming only the third US gymnast to win three titles in a row in any event.
Near Misses in Hockey and Softball
Michigan's triple-overtime semifinal loss to Maine in the NCAA Hockey Championships and the Big Ten Champion softball team's appearance in the College World Series.