U-M to consult outside expert to ensure all is being done to prevent and respond to reports of sexual misconduct.
“Anyone who has touched the place is passionate about U-M,” says the University’s 14th president as he prepares to lead Michigan into its third century.
On Jan. 1, U-M will launch a financial aid program for in-state residents: Free tuition for up to four years for students with family income of up to $65,000.
Budget emphasizes fiscal discipline, increased access, world-class education.
As leaders seek solutions to the Flint water crisis, the U-M community rallies across campuses to share expertise, launch research, and support efforts to aid local residents.
Mark S. Schlissel, MD/PhD, provost of Brown University, will succeed Mary Sue Coleman July 1. President Coleman is retiring after 12 years leading U-M.