Faculty News

  1. Michigan Online encourages learning lifestyle for U-M community through #HereToLearn
    Michigan News Featured: President Mark Schlissel, PhD; James DeVaney, MBA, MPP, associate vice provost for academic innovation
  2. Kids and Guns—Safety First
    School of Public Health Featured: Marc Zimmerman, PhD; Patrick Carter MD; School of Public Health, University of Michigan Medical School
  3. U-M & Notre Dame Come Together for Puerto Rico Teach Out
    Academic Innovation, Michigan News Featured: Faculty and staff from U-M and Notre Dame have come together to present “Listening to Puerto Rico”
  4. Making an Impact: Researcher Sarah Mills gives Michigan communities the straight story on wind turbines
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Sarah Mills, PhD, Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy; Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
  5. Fake news detector algorithm works better than a human
    Michigan News Featured: Rada Mihalcea, electrical engineering and computer science, College of Engineering
  6. Poor people at risk of eviction as tax credits expire and Detroit revives
    Bridge Magazine Featured: Margaret Dewar, PhD, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
  7. Puerto Rico: Networking to power a grid
    Global Michigan Featured: Ivette Perfecto, PhD, and José Alfaro, PhD, School for Environment and Sustainability; John Vandermeer, PhD, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  8. Science of Separation
    Michigan Research Featured: Katherine Rosenblum, PhD; Julie Lumeng, MD; Alison L. Miller, PhD; Center for Human Growth and Development; Michigan Medicine, School of Public Health
  9. Getting the lead out: Data science and Flint pipes
    Michigan News Featured: Eric Schwartz, PhD, Ross School of Business;
  10. Apple’s $1 trillion value doesn’t mean it’s the ‘biggest’ company
    The Conversation Featured: Jerry Davis, PhD, Ross School of Business
  11. Applying data science in the public interest
    School of Information Featured: Libby Hemphill, PhD, Clifford Lampe, PhD, Christopher Brooks, PhD, School of Information; Lynette Hoelter, PhD, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
  12. Deciphering the Sun
    The Michigan Engineer Featured: The Parker Solar Probe, scheduled to launch Aug. 11, will travel closer to the sun than any man-made object before it. Once there, it will gather data on activity in the sun's corona - measuring magnetic and electric fields, cataloging electrons, protons and heavy ions, and studying the solar wind. That information will be used to provide Earth with earlier warnings about solar weather. U-M's Justin Kasper, a climate space science professor, serves as a principal investigator for the mission.