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Dow Sustainability Fellows Program extended at U-M through 2023

A $3 million gift from the Dow Company Foundation will continue the Dow Sustainability Fellows Program at the University of Michigan.

Free legal: U-M law clinic helps Michigan residents resolve workers’ claims

Unemployed and desperately seeking answers from the state unemployment agency by phone and the internet, Muskegon resident Rebecca Erb said the last...

Women mentoring men could help solve workplace gender bias, inequality

A University of Michigan business professor proposes a potential remedy for the difficult issue of workplace inequality: more women executives mentoring men.

U-M’s Robert Hampshire joins Biden administration to work in transportation research and technology

Robert Hampshire, associate professor at the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy whose research and policy engagement focuses...

Hospitals should not restrict parent visitation at child’s bedside, say U-M researchers

Since hospitals began curtailing visitation to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many allow only one parent at the bedside of pediatric patients.

President Biden revokes Keystone XL pipeline permit: U-M experts available

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed an executive order revoking the permit, issued by the Trump administration, that...

U-M economists share 5 things to watch—and watch out for—in new year, with new president

For many, 2021 represents some rays of hope: hope that a widely distributed vaccine will allow for some semblance of normalcy and...

A love letter to Black femmes: Artist Ayana Evans debuts new collaboration with U-M students, faculty

Themes of Black feminism and perseverance will take center stage in a new improvisational performance that will premiere as part of the...

New Mary Sibande installation at U-M Museum of Art reimagines story of South Africa’s domestic workers

As visitors pass by the University of Michigan Museum of Art, they’ll notice a stunning new installation on view through the front...

Biden inherits myriad crises, great leadership challenges, says U-M business professor

A presidential inauguration offers an opportunity to examine leadership styles—as well as the substance—of both the outgoing and incoming commanders-in-chief.

Biden’s inauguration speech to set the tone for new leadership

In his inaugural address Jan. 20, a newly sworn-in President Joe Biden seeks to unite the country in the backdrop of a...

Social media actions following Capitol riot: U-M experts can discuss

The University of Michigan has experts who can talk about social media deactivation of President Trump’s accounts and the move by Google,...

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You’re Invited to Clanin Marketing’s Website Design

Tuesday, February 9, 2021, 1:00 p.m  In this workshop, you will learn the latest website design trends and strategies to help improve...

JUPITER STRING QUARTET: REFLECTION AND RENEWAL

A free, digitally delivered four-part concert series Fridays, February 5, 12, 19, and 26 at noon

[Illinois] FOLXTALES

Th-Su, Feb 4-7, 2021 5-11pm Daily  Urbana, IL—One of the great joys of live theatre is...

[Urbana] Winter is Here – Fun Ways to Celebrate the Season With Your Dog

What do you do when there is snow outside and your dog needs exercise? Canine15.com offers some suggestions. There are lots of...