1. U-M launches carbon neutrality commission

    Administration seeks to reduce carbon emissions to levels that are environmentally sustainable — in a fiscally responsible manner and in keeping with the University’s mission.

  2. Schlissel calls for greater state investment in direct-to-student aid

    U-M president spoke before the state legislature as lawmakers began considering budget appropriations for the FY2019-20.

  3. Fewer deaths among adults who got extra support as suicidal teens

    A new study suggests long-term impacts of an approach that encourages involvement of caring adults in the lives of at-risk adolescents.

  4. Built by humans, ruled by computers

    As algorithmic decision-making becomes more powerful, researchers cite concerns that computers don’t always know — or do — what’s best for we humans.

  5. Victors for Michigan final results show $5.28 billion total

    The campaign, which closed Dec. 31, 2018, counted more than 398,000 donors giving 2.4 million gifts over seven and a half years.

  6. Automated sentries track internet censorship

    A team of U-M researchers has turned public internet servers worldwide into automated sentries that can monitor and report when access to websites is being blocked.