Faculty News

  1. Michigan Minds Podcast: The rise of three-generation households
    Public Engagement & Impact
  2. This trait could be key to a lasting romance
    The Conversation Featured: Toni Antonucci, PhD, College of Literature, Science & the Arts; Kristine J. Ajrouch, PhD, and Noah J. Webster, PhD, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research,
  3. Brexiters, stop fantasizing about Singapore-on-Thames
    Bloomberg Featured: Linda Lim, PhD, Ross School of Business
  4. Hospitals send some patients home with risky antibiotic prescriptions
    Michigan Health Lab Featured: Valerie Vaughn, MD, MSc, Michigan Medicine
  5. U-M economics professor testifies before Congress on the government shutdown
    Washington, D.C., Office Featured: Matthew Shapiro, PhD, economics, College of Literature, Science & the Arts
  6. Michigan Minds Podcast: Do trigger warnings help?
    Public Engagement & Impact
  7. Improving affordability of prescription drugs
    Michigan News
  8. DEI Innovation Fund provides opportunities for transformative change
    Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  9. Who’s smoking now, and why it matters
    The Conversation Featured: Kenneth E. Warner, PhD, professor and dean emeritus, School of Public Health
  10. U-M teach-out throughout February will focus on self-driving cars
    Michigan News
  11. What would happen if hospitals openly shared their prices?
    The Conversation Featured: Zach Y. Brown, PhD, economics, College of Literature, Science & the Arts
  12. President honors Bierbaum, Ryan for public engagement efforts
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Rosina Bierbaum, PhD, School for Environment and Sustainability; Joseph Ryan, PhD, School of Social Work