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Winter Commencement speaker Dr. Raynard Kington urges graduates to be ‘curious and adaptable and persistent.’
College of Engineering Dean David Munson delivers a rappin’ review of initiatives under way at the College of Engineering.
The use of most illicit drugs among teenagers either is holding steady from last year or showing some modest declines, according to the 2012 Monitoring the Future study.
An affiliation between Sparrow Children’s Center and C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital will provide children and families in the mid-Michigan area with expanded pediatric specialty care close to home.
Congressional action to address the “fiscal cliff” has some positive news for universities, including U-M, its employees and students.
As of Jan. 1, the Social Security tax rate returned to 6.2 percent on the first $113,700 of wages earned, meaning more will withheld from employees’ paychecks.
Researchers, policymakers and advocates gathered at U-M to imagine possible futures for the Great Lakes and to begin charting a course to protect and restore them.
Natalie Condon, videographer for the Development, Marketing and Communications office at LSA, on her job: “Every project is different, and with each we get to meet a lot of cool people doing amazing things on campus.”
“The Music Lesson” by Caspar Netscher, U-M Museum of Art new acquisition, first floor connector near the museum’s historic wing.