Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Podcast: “Listen in, Michigan”

  1. 200 years and counting

    U-M’s bicentennial is upon us. What better time to celebrate the legacies and achievements that make Michigan what it is? (With podcast.)

  2. Blood in the water

    Author and U-M professor Heather Ann Thompson, BA ’87/MA ’87, delivers the first definitive history of the 1971 Attica prison uprising and its devastating aftermath.

  3. The ‘human science’ of leadership

    Executive coach Fritz Seyferth, BSIOE ’73, shares lessons learned from mentor Bo Schembechler on how to build and lead great teams.

  4. How Tom Sawyer changed my life

    Imagine Mark Twain’s iconic ne’er-do-well as the high school counselor who launched your career. Only in L.A. (With podcast.)

  5. The wind is very much up

    Professor Ralph Williams reflects on “the American project,” the pursuit of happiness, and the future of the human race. (With podcast.)

  6. Totally up for debate

    A rambunctious war of words is raging on the political front line while U-M’s No. 1 debate team reaps the spoils here at home. (With podcast.)

  7. Episode 4: How we went blue

    It’s short. It’s sweet. And it can really swing. But the origins of “Let’s Go Blue” were anything but simple. (With podcast.)

  8. The write side of history

    Podcast: Veteran journalists recount the high stakes and high jinks of life as Michigan Daily reporters. Plus: Peace Corps at 55.

  9. How one cranky grad changed U-M history

    Sure, we know the War of 1812, but how about the War of 1817? It happened right here at U-M – in 1929.