U-M seeking volunteers for football night game with Notre Dame
The Division of Student Life, the Athletic Department and the City of Ann Arbor are seeking volunteers to serve as community ambassadors to assist community members and visitors at the football night game between U-M and Notre Dame on Sept. 7.
University officials ask that lots be cleared for football weekends
As U-M prepares to kick off the 2013 home football season Saturday, Parking & Transportation Services and the Athletic Department are asking employees to park all personal and university vehicles at off-site locations away from Michigan Stadium starting at 11 p.m. Friday prior to home football games.
Road and sidewalk closures for 2013 Student Move-In
Student Move-In is underway and will conclude Friday evening. The increased traffic this activity brings — along with several area street construction projects — may create traffic delays and will necessitate parking space closures and alterations to the city and U-M transit systems.
Orientation for new faculty is today
The Office of the Provost and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching will conduct a New Faculty Orientation from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. today in the Michigan League. The program will include remarks by U-M officials and faculty members, as well as interactive sessions in which faculty can share experiences and strategize about good teaching.
21st-century residence opens within Gothic walls of Lawyers Club
At first glance, the Lawyers Club remains a celebrated example of the Law School's Collegiate Gothic style, but following a total interior renovation, the structure has been transformed into a 21st century living space. The project was celebrated with a grand reopening Aug. 19.
Jeffrey Morenoff named director of ISR Population Studies Center
Jeffrey Morenoff, professor of sociology and a research professor at the Institute for Social Research, has been appointed director of the Population Studies Center at ISR. He also is co-director of the Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholars Program at U-M.
The Michigan Difference
The end of 'hours'
For more than a century, the university was every student’s mother and father. By law and by custom, the school operated in loco parentis — “in place of parents” — a regime that told students what to wear for dinner, when to be home at night, and where, when and for how long they might receive guests. With winks here and nods there, the system creaked along from one student generation to the next. Then, around Christmas 1967, everything changed.