Aug. 23, 2016 — A few years into researching her book on the 1971 Attica prison revolt, the bloodiest in the nation’s history, University of Michigan professor Heather Ann Thompson got a lucky break.
First look inside U-M’s $50M state-of-the art nursing school … New hand transplant program debuts … U-M is world’s fifth-most innovative university … U-M regents give praise — and a raise — to President Schlissel … Former U-M president is named next leader of AAU … Michigan gets $9.5M for study of impact of environmental factors on children’s health … U-M computer model shows Straits pipeline break would devastate Great Lakes … A million thanks: Pro athletes are sharing the wealth with their alma maters … Researchers finish study of Michigan oil, gas fracking.
Aug. 17, 2016 — For the first time in America’s industrial history, the center for automotive technology is drifting away from Detroit.
A ‘diary’ unlocked: Stamps professor’s coming-of-age story put on film … States are racing to attract self-driving car industry. How does Michigan compare? … Little big black hole is supermassive oxymoron … What you need to know about toxic algae blooms … U-M unveils state of the art medical library … U-M sets school record with nearly 52,000 freshman applicants … Clean energy expected to power up more jobs in Michigan.
Aug. 3, 2016 — Susan Dynarski, a professor of public policy, education and economics at the University of Michigan, recently wrote a report for the Brookings Institute, arguing that “economic theory predicts there will never be a large-scale, competitive, private market for student loans.” She claims that even Milton Friedman — the granddaddy of free-market economics — would agree with her.
Money magazine ranks U-M as 5th-best public school … U-M to test driverless 3-D printed carts … Rethinking exercise as a source of immediate rewards … U.S. News names best hospitals: 7 in Michigan, 4 in metro Detroit … Obama picks Michigan professor for Fed board … Inside the fake town in Michigan where self-driving cars are being tested.