1. U-M to launch second wave of research re-engagement

    More than 700 researchers returned to the Ann Arbor campus in recent weeks and safely ramped up activity as part of the University’s pilot wave to re-engage research and scholarship.

  2. President Mark Schlissel: ‘We need to bring about change’

    ‘We must use our power to address major societal problems – especially those that diminish our society so tragically: This is clear in our mission,’ says Schlissel regarding civil unrest following George Floyd’s homicide at the hands of Minneapolis police.

  3. Riot? Or massacre?

    Repost: Words matter, says Maggie Yar, BA ’95, executive director of Tulsa’s Hille Foundation. Especially when it comes to the little-known story of the 1921 Race Massacre – formerly known as the 1921 Race Riot – in which the city’s ‘Black Wall Street’ was destroyed.

  4. Med student Finn helps design COVID-19 class while training for Olympic trials

    She concluded her collegiate career as a nine-time All-American in last June’s NCAA outdoor championships. But this champion is far from done running or with her studies. The first-year medical student recently earned her master’s in public health and epidemiology.

  5. 2020 peony bloom celebration canceled

    U-M’s historic peony garden, which has bloomed every spring for nearly 100 years, is closed to visitors this year. The risk from COVID-19 makes gathering at the garden impossible, but social media delivers virtual delights.

  6. Medical students drive development of new pandemic course

    Students will explore various aspects of pandemic response using COVID-19 as a case study, from the history of pandemics; disaster response from the federal down to the local and institutional levels; and health inequities, among other topics.