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In 2011, what alumnus was awarded an honorary Oscar for his acting career of “consistent excellence and uncommon versatility?”
Jim Brandstatter’s, ’72, third book features audio clips from U-M football legends.
Heather Wing, MSW’04: ‘We try to take the red tape out of caring for kids.’
The U-M students giving back this holiday season show how each of us has the power to inspire.
For our 125th birthday, we want to try things that are fresh and bold.
Two innovative students share their story.
Today’s LEAD Scholars are on the same trajectory as I took thanks to a scholarship and an opportunity.
Through combined giving, a group of alumni endowed a scholarship to increase access to education and opportunities for Black students pursuing careers in pharmacy.
Meet the six new members of the Alumni Association's board of directors.
We look back at the myriad of ads that have run in the alumni magazine, painting a picture of our changing tastes over almost 130 years.
New CEO plans high-energy, purposeful, and authentic engagement.
U-M alums have created an embassy for Midwest expats in D.C. with authentic Detroit pizza, Chicago dogs, Italian beef, and Michigan sports on every TV.
Corie Pauling, ’93: ‘It’s so great to be home.’
What alumnus created the precursor program to Adobe Photoshop by way of procrastinating in writing his doctoral dissertation?
Celeste Ng, MFA’06, has two award-winning bestsellers under her belt and her third novel, “Our Missing Hearts,” was released on Oct. 4.
Though the Alumni Association was formed 125 years ago, there have only been 11 leaders to serve as president and CEO. Here are some historical insights into this select group.
The University of Michigan Board of Regents formally recognized Alumni Association President and CEO Steve Grafton at its Sept. 22 meeting.
Rare photos offer a glimpse into early campus life for Black students, expanding research avenues for the Bentley Historical Library’s African American Student Project.