Lyman T. Johnson, MA ’33, was the grandson of former slaves. He integrated the University of Kentucky five years before Brown v. Board of Education.
Civil engineer Aaron Anderson, MS ’16, will be the happiest person on earth when he’s out of a job – because that means Puerto Rico is back on the grid.
New critical edition of iconic folk opera addresses its complex place in American history.
U-M historian chronicles a time in Detroit’s history when Native Americans and African Americans were considered property.
U-M helps policymakers, community organizations, and others understand the state of poverty in Michigan.