LEARNING DOESN’T END WHEN YOU LEAVE U-M. IT JUST BEGINS.

For U-M alumni, learning never ends. It doesn’t matter when you were a student here, where you live now, or what career path you chose, as an Alumni you have access to a myriad of professional and personal resources. Our Educational Enrichment portal conveniently organizes the best educational content from top universities, giving you the opportunity to explore a range of non-degree, online and in-person lectures and events for continuing education, personal enrichment, and career development.

Online Learning

Whether you need a finance refresher course or want to watch a live stream lecture, the Ross School of Business’ Alumni Advantage Program offers you executive education at discounted rates. It’s a great way to access Ross thought leadership, insights and resources from anywhere, at any time. If you’re an alumni from U-M’s College of Engineering, you can educate yourself on cutting-edge technology and catch up on the latest research via Mconnex. No matter where you are, you can see a webcast or watch a lecture on-demand from the world’s top engineering and industry experts. Not a U-M Ross or Engineering graduate? Not a problem. Coursera offers courses for anyone and everyone. Ranging from Arts and Humanities to Life Sciences to Language Learning, Coursera partners with over 130 universities, colleges and organizations around the world to bring you over 1,800 online courses.

Alumni Advantage

Alumni Advantage

As a U-M or Ross alum, you can access special Michigan Ross events, programs, courses and resources throughout your life.

Mconnex

Mconnex

Make connections, educate yourself, and engage with the Engineering community via weekly videos lectures on-demand, webcasts and more.

Coursera

Coursera

Learning to become a digital marketer, financial analyst, an entrepreneur and more is easy—and free—through Coursera’s online courses.

LEARN WHATEVER YOU WANT, WHENEVER YOU WANT, FROM WHEREVER YOU ARE.

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Arts & Culture

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How Planes Fly

How does an aircraft wing generate lift? This talk covers common misconceptions, including equal transit-time theory and the Venturi effect, and presents some explanations that appeal to physical...

Arts & Culture

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Policy and technology: Can they work together to minimize future security risks?

We all recognize that hindsight is 20-20 and that we often find ourselves in situations where the politics and policies of the past create challenges for politics and...

Business & Innovation

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Optimizing in-vitro Fertilization Treatment

Engineering practice has always required involvement in the acquisition, analysis, interpretation and exploitation of data in one form or another, so that the “well-educated” engineer ought to be...

Environment & Sustainability

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Global engineering for a small plan: A vision of success

A simple question arises: Do today's engineering graduates and engineers have the skills and tools to address the global problems that our planet and humans are facing today,...

Business & Innovation

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Hacking the urban interface

Whether the point of departure is public health, infrastructural engineering, or urban design, meaningful applied research for climate adaptation in complex urban systems now hinges on the critical...

Online Publication Resources

ProQuest

ProQuest

Combined access to several ProQuest databases, including full text journals, historical newspapers and corporate reports, and specialized indexes for many different fields.

Project Muse

Project Muse

Project Muse provides full-text versions of scholarly journals from many of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies, with over 120 publishers currently participating.