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Publications & Resources

The resources listed below represent many, but not all, of the resource lists available from the various schools, colleges, and health system of the University of Michigan.

If you still don’t find what you’re looking for, please try searching the University’s homepage.

HEALTH RELATED LINKS

  • U of M Health.Org 
    Patient Portal includes: Find a physician, Make an Appointment, Find a Clinic, Maps and Directions, Learn More about Medical Services, Insurance and Billing Information, Learn about the Affordable Care Act
  • Comprehensive Cancer Center:
    Links to Patient Support Services, Appointment Assistance, Insurance and Billing, Maps and Directions, Guest Assistance Program
  • Depression Center:
    Patients & Visitors information, Community Education, Outreach Programs, Newsletter and Community-wide forums, Educational Materials, Health Information & Resources for Wellness, Research information
  • Frankel Cardiovascular Center
    Make an Appointment, Find a Condition or Treatment, Cardiovascular research, Patient & Visitor Guide, Locations
  • UMClinicalStudies.org 
    Find out if you are eligible for certain studies, get information about featured studies
  • U-M Health Locations:
    Includes links to Medical Center, Primary Care Centers and Specialty Care Centers

OTHER LINKS

  • Anthroposophic Medicine Resources: Anthroposophic medicine views health as a matter of mind-body-spirit balance. It integrates theories and practices of modern medicine with alternative, nature-based treatments and a spiritual-scientific understanding of the human being.
  • Campus Information Centers: Resources for academics, acronyms, building-search, maps & directions, transportation, visitors and much more.
  • Open Educational Resources: A collection of openly licensed educational resources (OER) from the University of Michigan.
  • Coursera: Free, Online, University of Michigan courses.
  • Services for Students with Disabilities: includes links to SSD Accommodations, Documentation, Resources, Scholarships and Awards, Coaching & Mentoring, list of specific disabilities with resources, Documents and Forms and Contact information
  • Work / Life Resource Center: The Work/Life Resource Center is a starting point for the University community to learn about resources and tools to promote work/life balance. Our services include help in locating childcare and eldercare, educational programs, consultation on flexible scheduling and child care leaves of absence and more.
  • Child Development & Behavior Resources: YourChild is a Web site especially for parents about kids’ development and behavior.
  • Women’s Resource Center – Dearborn: The WRC provides quality programming and activities, extensive resources, a meeting place, volunteer opportunities and a commitment to collaborations. A resource shelf offers pamphlets on diverse topics including scholarships, childcare, and domestic violence. A continually updated binder contains community resources and referrals.
  • Center for the Education of Women – Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Center for the Education of Women is dedicated to encouraging and enhancing the education and careers of adult women through programs and services, advocacy and research.
  • Geriatrics Center & Institute of Gerontology Here you will find links to Turner Senior Resource Center, Social Work services such as referrals and counseling, memory loss programs, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Geriatrics training opportunities, Community Programs and Volunteer opportunities.
  • Resources for Start-up Ventures: The University of Michigan actively promotes the creation of start-up ventures as a valuable tech transfer option to speed technology and its benefits to market.
  • International Forestry Resources and Institutions: The IFRI research initiative examines how governance arrangements affect forests and the people who depend on them. Their goal is to carry out rigorous research that can help policy makers and forest users design and implement improved evidence-based forest policies.
  • Art and Art History Links: A listing of resources from many categories such as art history, research resources, visual collections, Image collections and online art, digital art, fine art schools and departments, art museums and textual and linguistic resources.
  • Center for Statistical Consultation and Research: Provides links to video tutorials on YouTube, Computing resources, GIS and spatial statistics resources
  • U-M Sustainability Information - U-M is sharing its expertise and resources to spur progress and establish our leadership in sustainability. There are links to an online sustainability journal, educational programs, research programs, related news and events and more.

INVENTORS AND RESEARCHERS

OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER: Resources for Inventors, Industry, Start-ups and Students
TechTransfer Resources

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

A. ALFRED TAUBMAN COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING

PENNY W. STAMPS SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN

STEPHEN M. ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN HEALTH SYSTEM

SCHOOL OF INFORMATION

SCHOOL OF KINESIOLOGY

THE COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LAW SCHOOL

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MEDICAL SCHOOL

SCHOOL OF MUSIC, THEATRE & DANCE

SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENT

SCHOOL OF NURSING

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

GERALD R. FORD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY

 

OTHER RESOURCES

  • The University Record - weekly newspaper for U-M faculty and staff
  • Michigan Daily - student newspaper
  • Michigan News - U-M News Service
  • U-M Alumni Association
  • U – M Libraries - a list of links to libraries and their related departments
  • Museums List - list of University of Michigan Museums with a description and link to each one.
  • Athletics - Top stories, MGoBlue TV, Social Media, Sports, Schedules, Tickets, Victors Club and more.
  • Community Guide - activities linked with community organizations and local government officials in the greater Ann Arbor area and southeastern Michigan.
  • Energy Institute Centers and Lab - contains links to centers, institutes, laboratories, research areas, Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project, funded programs, publication and more.
  • Institute for the Humanities - The institute invites a variety of scholars, writers, artists and performers from outside the university for residencies.
  • The Ginsberg Center - The Ginsberg Center works with faculty, schools and colleges to build capacity for service-learning, community-based research and engaged scholarship.
  • Michigan Sea Grant - Michigan Sea Grant Extension, in partnership with fisheries agencies and stakeholder organizations, annually host public information workshops offering current research and information related to the regional status of Great Lakes fisheries. Also contains links to Classroom materials.
  • Montage - Arts Portal – Resource for Visual & Design Arts including Academic Programs, Museums, Galleries & Collections, Organizations, Events and Projects, and Resources involving performing arts, literary arts and arts newsletter.
  • Student Service Opportunities - in addition to Ginsberg Center programs and initiatives, many University of Michigan departments organize community service and learning programs.
  • U-M Profile Data - facts and figures about the university.

PARTIAL LIST OF ADMINISTRATIVE U-M OFFICES