Creativity, design, and customer service take precedence in a unique course, as freshmen “tinker” their way to real results.
We all know that the wolverine is a rare breed. But it’s also a threatened species that needs our protection. Biologist Bridget Fahey, MS ’97, is on the case at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
U-M celebrates its fifth consecutive year as a certified “Tree Campus USA,” according to the Arbor Day Foundation. Somewhere, Andrew Dickson White is smiling.
Related Video: Revisit Nichols Arboretum for a glimpse of glorious Michigan summer, courtesy of the Alumni Association.
Imagine a home that had walls filled with water, toilets that composted their own waste, and a roof capable of disinfecting water through the sun’s UV rays. Now imagine a team of engineering students retrofitting one Ann Arbor home to achieve net-zero water consumption.
Video: Adaptation is the new black. Just ask road trippers Allie Goldstein, MS ’13, and Kirsten Howard, MS ’13, who are criss-crossing the country and changing the conversation around climate change.
A study on survivors of 2011′s triple disaster in Japan reveals options to help prevent and protect against the violence that often follows such events.