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U-M’s Gramlich named interim provost

U-M Professor Edward M. Gramlich, a Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, has been selected as interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs by President Mary Sue Coleman. Gramlich’s appointment will be effective Sept. 1, pending approval by the Board of Regents. More>


U-M Team Momentum wins
North American Solar Challenge

The U-M solar car Team Momentum has captured its fourth national championship, finishing first in the North American Solar Challenge (NASC). The 10-day event concluded July 27 at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, and gave U-M its fourth championship—the most of any university since the competition began in 1990. More>


U-M FY2006 budget for Ann Arbor campus to increase tuition,
financial aid

Saying the University is at a crossroads with respect to declining state funding, President Mary Sue Coleman outlined a budget to the Board of Regents July 21 that increases tuition and supports important funding priorities, including recruitment and retention of faculty and staff. More>


UMHS sets sights on $120M building to treat vision of aging

As the American population continues to grow older, millions of people during the next 20 years will develop vision problems and diseases that affect the aging eye. The U-M Health System has unveiled plans for a new construction project that will meet increasing demand for advanced care and provide more space for research on eye disease and treatment. More>

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