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While starring in her own television series has elevated Michelle Oakley’s profile, life as a veterinarian remains her foremost priority.
We catch up with one of our former LEAD Scholars.
Get a slight taste of the rustic spirit and fun of the Alumni Association’s family camp in Northern Michigan.
Last month, Alumni Association President and CEO Steve Grafton announced his retirement after leading the organization for 28 years. Here, U-M President Mary Sue Coleman pays tribute to Grafton.
The Alumni Association shares its commitment to integrity, diversity, and service with its affiliates, who help facilitate deeper alumni connections around the world.
We catch up with one of our former LEAD Scholars.
Mitch Rosenwasser shares the background on his decision to leave Camp Michigania and transition to Executive Director at North Star Reach Camp.
A generous gift from alumni Stephen C. Brown, '66, JD'69, and Faith A. Brown, '69, will expand the reach of the Association's LEAD Scholars program and support the Alumni Center renovation. Read more about the impact of this generous gift.
One of our former LEAD Scholars sends an update.
Over 750 Wolverines participated in the 2021 Hail! From Home Virtual 5K across the nation this past September.
The Alumni Association Board of Directors elects a new chair and welcomes three new members, making the board the most diverse in the U-M community.
This holiday season, let the Alumni Association help you make your gift-giving plans.
The Alumni Association’s affiliates help facilitate deeper alumni connections around the world.
One of our former LEAD Scholars sends an update.
The Alumni Association has promoted three members of its executive team in recognition of their contributions to the organization, including the Association's first Black and Indian vice presidents.
To whet your travel appetite, learn about just a few of the many trips you can take in 2022 with Michigan Alumni Travel.
U.S. Rep. Grace Meng, ’97, reintroduced legislation to fight anti-Asian hate, and it was signed into law in May. Meng, also a member of the Alumni Association board, writes here of how the law came to pass and what we all must do to fight hate.
As people begin to reconnect in person, the arts at U-M are poised to present exciting new developments.