UPDATE: Nurse negotiations at UMHS
The parties in the nurse negotiations at the U-M Health System have agreed to negotiate beyond the expiration date to reach an agreement.
Listening to the Dow: Mapping stock market data to sound waves
Want to hear what the stock market "sounds like" over course of 80 years? A U-M librarian has transformed data about the Dow Jones Industrial Average into sound waves and tracked the market's ups and downs from the advent of the Great Depression, through the high-frequency trading of the late 20th century, right up until earlier this year.
Matthew Schroeder wins union staff seat on DPS Oversight Committee
Matthew Schroeder, a registered nurse at U-M Hospital, was elected as the union staff representative to the Department of Public Safety Oversight Committee.
CRIME ALERT CANCELED: Suspect arrested
Arrest made in April 23 off-campus aggravated assault.
The Michigan Difference
A matter of trust
Joe Burke certainly isn't the first attorney to grind out a seemingly endless series of 14-hour days. But not many can say they do so in a place like Lashkar Gah. Burke, a 1989 Law School graduate, is a foreign service officer with the U.S. Department of State in Afghanistan. As the senior American civilian in the British-led Provincial Reconstruction Team for Helmand Province he leads a group of about 120 civilians and a similar number of soldiers and Marines with the overarching goal of connecting the Afghan government to the Afghan people.