U-M and UMS collaborate on new critical edition of ‘Porgy and Bess,’ addressing its complex place in American history.
Jan 28 — Second-year Law student Megan Brown has spent the past seven years at the University of Michigan, first for her undergraduate education and now for Law School. Now, she has been selected as the editor in chief of the Michigan Law Review – a University of Michigan publication written by legal scholars, practitioners and students. She also discovered she would be the first Black person to hold this position at the Law Review, which issued its first publication in 1902.
Feb. 12, 2018 — As part of the University of Michigan’s Bicentennial Celebration, the U-M Library brought StoryCorps to campus last fall to capture personal stories of those who make up the university’s rich history. One of the conversations featured Karen Downing, a U-M librarian. She sat down with her father, Harold Johnson, to talk about what it was like for him to make history as the first black dean at U-M.
As U-M enters its third century, the University is prepared to deliver more impact.
Recent diving trip to Cuba is as much about building relationships as it is about advancing science.