Faculty News

  1. Michigan idea could help with chronic diseases, expand access to opioid treatment
    Crain's Detroit Business Featured: A. Mark Fendrick, M.D., Michigan Medicine, School of Public Health, Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation
  2. Diet soda may be hurting your diet
    The Conversation Featured: Eunice Zhang, MD, School of Public Health
  3. Risk and resilience: U-M researchers aim to identify factors that affect emotional well-being and mental health of soldiers and veterans
    Michigan Research Featured: James Wagner, PhD, Steven Heeringa, PhD, Institute for Social Research
  4. Transformative Public Scholarship: Closing the Gap Between Research and Impact
    Rackham Graduate School Featured: Anita Ravishankar, PhD student.
  5. Bridging the Border: Collaborative Solutions to Enhance Kelly Road
    Government Relations Featured: Harley Etienne, PhD, Eric Dueweke, PhD, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
  6. Two teams awarded Community Engagement Grants for Interprofessional Education
    Center for Interprofessional Education, Edward Ginsberg Center
  7. Stamps School Dean Gunalan Nadarajan and Laurie Baefsky on Integration of Humanities and Arts into STEMM Fields
    Stamps School of Art & Design Featured: Gunalan Nadarajan, dean of the Stamps School of Art & Design; Laurie Baefsky, executive director of Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities
  8. U-M visit inspires Detroit high school students to consider health care careers
    School of Nursing Featured: Patricia D. Hurn, PhD, RN, FAAN, Judi Policicchio, DNP, RN, APHN-BC, School of Nursing
  9. Storytelling and Public Engagement: A Conversation with Will Potter, Senior Academic Innovation Fellow
    Academic Innovation Featured: Will Potter, Communication Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  10. Research Project Takes on Harmful Algae Blooms In Lake Erie
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Allison Steiner, PhD, College of Engineering
  11. 20 judgments a teacher makes in 1 minute and 28 seconds
    The Hechinger Report Featured: Deborah Loewenberg Ball, PhD, School of Education
  12. Dead zones are a global water pollution challenge – but with sustained effort they can come back to life
    The Conversation Featured: Donald Scavia, PhD, School for Environment and Sustainability