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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.
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.
New CEO plans high-energy, purposeful, and authentic engagement.
Corie Pauling, ’93: ‘It’s so great to be home.’
The University of Michigan Board of Regents formally recognized Alumni Association President and CEO Steve Grafton at its Sept. 22 meeting.
Former LEAD Scholar, Bolaji Gaba, '22, tells us about his experiences with the U-M alumni network and his aspirations for the future.
Corie Pauling, ’93, an industry thought leader and influential executive with TIAA, has been named the 11th president and CEO of the Alumni Association.
As Steve Grafton approaches retirement as president and CEO of the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan, he reflects on the value of education and diversity.
A 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 supported the Alumni Center renovation.
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.