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They make Blue go — the essential workers on campus who have shown their dedication and service since COVID-19 changed life as we know it.
The medical historian who coined the phrase “flattening the curve” views pandemics through the lens of history and offers insights to head off killer viruses in the future.
During the 2018-19 academic year, Michigan Alumnus followed U-M student Tihnae Bennett through her first year, recording all of the typical experiences of any student. Now, we check back in during what has become a most unique junior year.
Irene Butter, a Holocaust survivor and professor emeritus at U-M, has spent decades sharing her story to ensure it is never forgotten.
While the majority of U-M faculty and staff have been working remotely during this pandemic, the Facilities & Operations (F&O) team has been keeping the Ann Arbor campus running.
"We had no new insights, no startling revelations ... But Professor Weeks made us feel like we might."
A peek inside a University place.
In this series, Sara Moulton, ’81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
What epidemiologist went from Alcatraz Island in San Francisco to combatting smallpox in India? See answer below.
We catch up with one of our former LEAD Scholars.
Lorenzo García-Amaya discusses language.
A group of 2020 rankings has shone a spotlight on Ann Arbor's excellence.
U-M alumni photos from around the world.
Michigan Alumnus looks back at the events of the past year and their impact on the University.
U-M faculty and alumni offer insights on how to reinvigorate post-COVID urban spaces.
This is the first installment from the Alumni Association’s Diversity Dialogue series, which will examine issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.
We ask a student leader to share his story.
U-M alumnus Paul Milgrom’s pioneering work in auction theory leads to a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.