Patrons of the Department of Recreational Sports are asked to share stories of their Rec Sports participation online, as the department celebrates its 100th anniversary. there are 5,000-6,000 visits to Rec Sports facilities daily during the academic year. Photo courtesy Department of Recreational Sports.
Martha E. Pollack, who has served since 2010 as the vice provost for academic and budgetary affairs, was selected Jan. 30 by President Mary Sue Coleman as the university’s provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
U-M shows immense growth and engagement in sustainability education, research and operations, according to a new report designed to track and measure progress.
Preliminary findings from a campus survey on attitudes and behaviors around eating, dieting, weight control, exercise and body image, found U-M students diet regularly, dislike their bodies, fear gaining weight and seldom seek help for eating disorders.
Throughout history, racial and ethnic differences have been a source of community strength and personal identity. Yet those differences also have been the basis for discrimination and oppression. The many perspectives of “race” are at the heart of “Race: Are we so different?” developed by the American Anthropological Association in collaboration with the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Florian Schulz is a wildlife photographer behind the book “To The Arctic,” the official companion book to the IMAX film of the same name. Schulz will give a multimedia presentation of his work at 5:10 p.m. Thursday in the Dana Building, Room 1040. It will include his photos, stories and video from the Arctic.
Jane Blumenthal, director of the Taubman Health Sciences Library since 2006, has been promoted to associate university librarian.
“That’s so gay” is a popular expression on campuses nationwide among heterosexual students, especially young men. But why do they say it? A new U-M study sheds light on this question.
Heidi Kumao, an associate professor of art at the Stamps School of Art & Design, on what she can’t live without: “A camera. As an artist, it’s my tool for looking at the world in a creative and open way.”
“From Aristotle to O’Neill: Western Influence on Cao Yu,” 4 p.m. Feb. 8, North Campus Research Complex, Building 18 dining hall.