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Prisoner art exhibit makes its US debut at Ann Arbor Art Fair

“WE BEAR,” an art exhibit featuring works sourced by the University of Michigan’s Prison Creative Arts Project, will make its U.S. debut at...

Tool developed by U-M business professor helps prepare aid supplies for typhoons in the Philippines

Distributing relief supplies to typhoon victims requires storing the goods in the best location before the typhoon hits. The tricky part is...

Mastodon tusk chemical analysis reveals first evidence of one extinct animal’s annual migration

Around 13,200 years ago, a roving male mastodon died in a bloody mating-season battle with a rival in what today is northeast...

Career prep: A bold experiment that recasts high school

When Tahani Alhanik graduates from high school this month, she’ll be leaving school armed with something many seniors struggle with: a concrete...

Cold-survival strategies in animals: A spectrum, not either-or

Animals have three main strategies to survive the freezing temperatures of winter: migrating, remaining in place and resisting the cold, and reducing...

Russia-Ukraine war: What to know about sanctions—their effects and effectiveness

In the third month of Russia’s war on Ukraine, debate endures on how—and how well—other nations have responded. To be sure, sanctions...

Sustainably made honors cords adorned by 281 U-M graduates this year

In support of ongoing sustainability efforts across the University of Michigan, this year the Excellence in Sustainability Honors Cord Program offers special graduation cords...

CNN: Biden’s intended nominee for Fed’s top banking regulator: U-M Ford School Dean Michael Barr

Michael Barr, dean of the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy, is President Joe Biden’s intended nominee for vice chair...

Wallenberg fellow to explore the realities of exploited women and girls in Rwanda

When University of Michigan senior Chloe Hale read in the Amnesty International Report about the association between COVID-19 and the rise of...

Scientists reconsider the meaning, implications of drought in light of a changing world

Maps of the American West have featured ever darker shades of red over the past two decades. The colors illustrate the unprecedented...

A third of new moms during early COVID had postpartum depression

One in three new mothers during early COVID-19 screened positive for postpartum depression–nearly triple pre-pandemic levels–and 1 in 5 had major depressive...

Prison artwork live again after 2 years of digital versions

The University of Michigan Prison Creative Arts Project presents the 26th annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners, the largest exhibition in...

Anouncement

[Champaign] 22ND ANNUAL PARADE OF LIGHTS

PRESENTED BY CHRISTIE CLINICSAT, NOV 26 | DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN  Now in it's 22nd year, the Champaign Center Parade of Lights...

[Illinois] Scholarship Opportunities

The Fred S. Bailey Scholarship Program provides financial support to students of the University of Illinois who who have demonstrated positive impact and...

[Urbana] 55th Annual Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24CHECK-IN: 8am | RACE START: 9amLake House in Crystal Lake ParkFREE for All Ages Join the Urbana Park...

[Illinois] Jobs @ The Y!

We have a few open positions at the Y’s New American Welcome Center! If you are interested in applying, please submit your...