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U-M alumnus Paul Milgrom’s pioneering work in auction theory leads to a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.
U-M alumni photos from around the world.
In this series, Sara Moulton, '81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
Bob Woodruff, JD’87, and his son, Mack, are the duo behind a new series called “Rogue Trip,” documenting four months of adventurous travel in troubled countries.
“It is important that we continue to gather in spirit by looking out for one another.”
Conservation ecologist David O’Connor has traveled a long, winding, and unlikely journey.
In her latest book, psychiatrist Christine Montross looks at the mental harm that mass incarceration imposes on inmates.
Aria Olson, ’20, is the new Anna Wintour of virtual fashion, having created the first digital Met Gala.
In this series, Sara Moulton, ’81, shares her wisdom on all things culinary, from trends and treats to tips.
Along with his contributions to medicine and medical testing, what physician, who served as dean of the U-M Medical School for 30 years, contributed to the battle against the 1918 flu pandemic?
Michigan Alumnus reached out for alumni responses to key questions on addressing bias and systemic racism.
"Nostalgia is healthy. But, man, I just wasn’t ready for it yet."
A librarian with her own action figure recommends summer reads.
Not having a Big House celebration did not dampen the graduates’ spirits.
Michigan Alumnus celebrates a century’s worth of images of students gathering on campus.
During the pandemic, alumni share how they are sheltering.
Learn from the Alumni Education Gateway safety and health tips for spring.
While at home, try these practices to learn and leverage resiliency.