Faculty News

  1. Six questions about the French elections
    The Conversation Featured: Joshua Cole, History
  2. How To Get Low-Income Students Into Selective Colleges
    NPR Featured: Michael Bastedo, School of Education
  3. Two U-M faculty awarded Guggenheim Fellowships
    Michigan News Featured: Adela Pinch and Paolo Squatriti, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  4. The Impact of Possible Cuts to the Peace Corps
  5. Fake News and the Web of Deceit
    LSA Featured: Brian Weeks, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  6. Why American Schools Are Even More Unequal Than We Thought
    The New York Times Featured: Susan Dynarski, School of Education
  7. Uber’s Didi Deal Dispels Chinese ‘El Dorado’ Myth Once and For All
    Michigan Ross Featured: Erik Gordon, Ross School of Business
  8. U-M professors elected to National Academy of Sciences
    Michigan News Featured: Stephen Forrest, Judith Irvine, Susan Murphy, Melanie Sanford
  9. The secret U.S. prisons you’ve never heard of before
    TED.com Featured: Will Potter, College of Literature, Science and the Arts
  10. Director of debate leads team to record-setting success
    The University Record Featured: Aaron Kall, Director of Debate
  11. Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse
    Report of the Michigan Meeting on Academic Engagement Featured: Andrew J. Hoffman, Ross School of Business
  12. Birthright Citizens: A Look at the History of Race & Citizenship