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U-M students, faculty safe in London

Following the July 7 terror attacks in London, the University has determined that 19 undergraduate students, one faculty member and a graduate assistant in London with a university program are safe. A U-M graduate student in Oxford on an independent study project also is reported to be fine, according to Joel Seguine, administrative news manager.


U-M one of 43 institutions to receive
groundbreaking research funding from Gates Foundation

The Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and Biological Sciences (M-NIMBS) at the University is one of 43 institutions—and one of only two in the Midwest—to receive a Grand Challenges in Global Health Initiative grant funded largely by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. More>


Regents approve schematic design
for Observatory Lodge renovation

The University is moving forward with renovation and historic preservation of a 75-year-old building on Central Campus that will become the new home to the Division of Kinesiology. More>


U-M Health System creates long-term framework for growth of medical campuses

Construction crews are hard at work on several buildings that will help the U-M Health System (UMHS) meet surging demand for its nationally recognized medical care, research and education. At the same time, UMHS leaders are looking to the future with a new master plan that gives a framework for long-term expansion opportunities. More>


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