Office of the Vice President for Global Communications

Thursday, March 10, 2011

From left, Victoria Roth, Manolo Guardiola and Julie Bernard are among the students in law professor Leonard Niehoff's Evidence class who took up Niehoff's challenge to use the facts of a murder case they studied as the basis for a country-western song. Note: A Flash plug-in is required to view this video.

Regents meeting, website put focus on university's Detroit ties
In preparation for the Board of Regents meeting scheduled for next week in Detroit, U-M is highlighting its work in the state's largest city with a website that showcases many ongoing initiatives.

Michigan Stadium premium seats sold out for 2011 season
The Athletic Department has announced that all premium seats at Michigan Stadium — indoor and outdoor club seats and suites — are sold out for the 2011 season. All 81 suites are sold out for the next two seasons and the 3,000-plus club seats have been committed for 2011.

UM-Dearborn, Henry Ford Community College sign articulation agreement
An agreement between UM-Dearborn and Henry Ford Community College will allow community college students who earn an associate’s degree in Children and Families to transfer up to 62 credits toward a bachelor’s of General Studies in Children and Families degree from UM-Dearborn’s School of Education.

The Michigan Difference

Leaders of a growing India
With a population of one billion and counting, 21st-century India represents one of the most dynamic economic opportunities the world has ever seen. Many of its business leaders are alumni of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, opening new channels of development in every sector of Indian society, from information technology to consumer products. Several are profiled in Dividend, the Ross School's alumni magazine.