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New dining center approved by Board of Regents

The Board of Regents Nov. 18 approved a plan for a new Hill Dining Center, the second in a series of capital projects announced as part of a comprehensive plan to upgrade campus housing. The board also appointed the architectural firm of Goody Clancy and Associates of Boston as designers of the facility. More>


University Record surveys its readers

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Journey toward home
begins for Ford School

Former President Gerald R. Ford recalls that when he was a U-M student in the 1930s, he used to stroll past the large lot on State and Hill streets that soon will become the new home of the school that bears his name.

"I had to wonder why that was so vacant," Ford said during a Nov. 12 groundbreaking for the Joan and Sanford Weill Hall that will house the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy when the building opens in fall 2006. More>


U-M, state gain from $70M nanotech access grant

The College of Engineering (CoE) is a member of the winning team of universities that landed a $70 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant over five years to open access to nanotechnology resources. More>

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