Faculty News

Your peers reach out to share their expertise with the world in a variety of ways. These activities run the gamut from giving lectures in the community or live-tweeting an event to writing an op-ed piece for the media or providing expert testimony to a governmental committee.

  1. American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects three U-M faculty as members
    Michigan News Featured: Roger Cone, PhD, Christian Davenport, PhD, and Stephen Forrest, Phd. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, College of Engineering, Life Sciences Institute.
  2. Betty Ford’s legacy and spirit ‘very much alive’ at U-M Ford School
    Featured: Michael Barr, PhD., Nadine Jawad, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
  3. Opioid Solutions promotes collaborative approach to epidemic
    The University Record Featured: Office of Research, Injury Prevention Center, Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation
  4. A scholar’s journey to understand the needs of Pol Pot’s survivors
    The Conversation Featured: John Ciorciari, PhD, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
  5. Rebuilding trust in the media from the bottom up
    The Conversation Featured: Michael Gordon, PhD, Ross School of Business
  6. Public Engagement and the Humanities
    Rackham Graduate School Featured: A grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will help fund a new, two-year summer pilot program aimed at bridging the gap between academic and general audiences.
  7. ‘Everything-repellent’ coating could kidproof phones, homes
    Michigan News Featured: Anish Tuteja, PhD, Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering
  8. Detroit’s youth employment program boosts graduation rates, academic performance
    Michigan News Featured: Brian Jacob, PhD, School of Education, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, U-M Youth Policy Lab.
  9. Video series featuring U-M Robotics up for Webby Award
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Jessy Grizzle, PhD, College of Engineering, Michigan Robotics
  10. Fragmented U.S. privacy rules leave large data loopholes for Facebook and others
    The Conversation Featured: Florian Schaub, PhD, School of Information, College of Engineering
  11. U-M history professor wins prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship
    Michigan News Featured: Rita Chin, PhD, History, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  12. I Hacked an Election. So Can the Russians.
    The New York Times Featured: J. Alex Halderman, PhD, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, College of Engineering