1. Professional services, health care top industries for U-M graduates

    Data reveal which fields of study and degree levels produce the highest numbers of graduates who stay in Michigan to pursue their careers.

  2. Police: Sixth-leading cause of death for young black men

    For young men of color, police use-of-force is among the leading causes of death, according to a study from researchers at U-M, Rutgers University, and Washington University.

  3. I hear a symphony

    For U-M violin student Abigel Szilagyi hearing loss is not a disability. The talented musician was born with just 50 percent of her hearing. She relies on vibrations, muscle memory, and instinct.

  4. U-M takes mental health care to teens around the state

    The U-M program TRAILS works with Michigan schools to provide effective mental health resources to students impacted by depression and anxiety. TRAILS is offered in 145 schools across the state.

  5. Mobile ‘Pop-Up School’ travels throughout Flint

    The UM-Flint Pop-Up School: Education Outside Your Door program is a free mobile classroom that visits locations throughout Flint. It connects the University with young children throughout the city.

  6. The opioid epidemic: Now what?

    Inside U-M’s varied approaches to fighting the epidemic, including innovations in both prevention and treatment — and why there might be “great reason for hope.”