Faculty News

  1. Violence, addiction, suicide & beyond: Mark Ilgen helps Capitol Hill audience understand current knowledge
    Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation Featured: Mark Ilene, Ph.D., U-M Department of Psychiatry
  2. Medicine’s “Choosing Wisely” movement: Off to a good start, but change needed for continued success, researchers say
    Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation Featured: Eve Kerr , M.D., M.P.H., Jeffrey Kullgren , M.D., M.S., M.P.H., and Sameer Saini , M.D., M.S.​, Medical School​
  3. Bills unveiled to fix Michigan unemployment benefits system
    Detroit Free Press Featured: Steve Gray, J.D., Law School
  4. Cybersecurity concerns and medical devices: lessons from a pacemaker advisory
    Journal of the American Medical Association Featured: Kevin Fu, College of Engineering
  5. Why the Krack wi-fi mess will take decades to clean up
    WIRED Featured: Kevin Fu, College of Engineering
  6. When Government Designs Programs To Help Kids, The Details Matter
    HuffPost Featured: H. Luke Shaefer, Director of Poverty Solutions
  7. Thirty-one faculty members honored for scholarship, service
    The University Record
  8. University to focus on promoting faculty public engagement
    The University Record Featured: U-M President Mark Schlissel, Meghan Duffy and Arthur Lupia
  9. James Jackson to receive Distinguished Diversity Scholar Career Award
    The University Record Featured: U-M President Mark Schlissel, James Jackson and Ella Atkins
  10. Who gets to define campus rape?
    The New York Times Featured: Miriam Gleckman-Krut, College of Literature, Science and the Arts
  11. Bills proposed to improve Mich.’s classroom environment
    Detroit News Featured: Paul Mohai, School of Environment and Sustainability
  12. Is truth overrated?
    The Conversation Featured: Daniel Klyn, School of Information