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Celebrating diversity with Rob Sellers, U-M’s chief diversity officer

February 28, 2017

Headlines is culminating Black History Month with a Q&A featuring U-M Chief Diversity Officer Rob Sellers, Ph.D. Sellers provides some perspective about ongoing initiatives, as outlined in the university’s Diversity, Equity…

U-M’s NCID launches three new DE&I initiatives, expands existing program

February 27, 2017

The U-M National Center for Institutional Diversity is launching three new initiatives and expanding an existing program as part of its ongoing strategic efforts to enhance diversity in higher education and society. The center, which opened in 2005, will roll out its new Distinguished Diversity and Social Transformation Professorship, Grants to Support Research and Scholarship for Change, and the Distinguished Diversity Scholar Career Award and initiatives. It also will create a U-M Diversity Scholars Network that will be part of the center's national Diversity Scholars Network, building on the national network's efforts at the U-M level. NCID Director Tabbye Chavous…

Looking to the future with Marschall Runge, M.D., Ph.D.

February 21, 2017

Monday was Presidents’ Day, a chance to honor the nation’s leaders. At Headlines, it also served as the perfect opportunity to learn more about the leader of Michigan Medicine and his…

U-M highlights Diversity, Equity & Inclusion accomplishments months after plan launch

February 14, 2017

Four months into the implementation of U-M’s five-year diversity, equity and inclusion strategic plan, many of the 49 campus units have made measurable progress toward accomplishing first-year goals. Several units have hired staff members to lead their DE&I implementation, while programs such as Wolverine Pathways and the HAIL Scholarship have created and enhanced pipelines to the university for underrepresented populations. Universitywide, two DE&I student advisory boards were created to ensure collaboration and student engagement at all levels. Other units have begun hosting engagement sessions with students, faculty and staff to determine what has been working and what needs to be…

President Schlissel discusses recent executive order

February 6, 2017

U-M President Mark Schlissel was recently interviewed about the reaction by and the impact on U-M and higher education regarding President Donald Trump's executive order limiting immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries.…

Medical student curricular transformation takes shape

February 2, 2017

On June 25, 2015, Medical School faculty approved eight key elements of a transformed medical student curriculum — a sturdy framework that is driving changes that have already been made, as…

Reminder: Branding, logo guidelines for Michigan Medicine

February 2, 2017

With the organization recently changing its name to Michigan Medicine, there are several things to keep in mind when it comes to branding and logo guidelines. Here’s what you need to know: All areas are now unified under the Michigan Medicine logo. Rather than using the more than 2,000 logos associated with our various departments, programs and units, the umbrella Michigan Medicine logo should be used in conjunction with department names to reinforce our institution's brand equity. See the example to the right. Select groups will retain their own logos, due to donor/funding requirements. The following groups may use individual…

How U-M is working to protect interests of international scholars

January 30, 2017

In response to potential changes to federal immigration policies, U-M President Mark Schlissel recently outlined how the university is working to assist members of the campus community. He also reiterated U-M's…

U-M publishes 2016 annual report

January 25, 2017

U-M continues to make a positive impact on campus and around the world, from opening the world’s first test environment for connected and automated vehicles to unearthing the secrets of an ancient mammoth in Michigan and leading the first-ever kidney transplants in Ethiopia.Learn more about how the university's research, education and patient care are making a difference in the 2016 Annual Report. It includes messages from leadership, highlights, major projects and awards and honors along with financial statements.Much of the good work featured in this report is made possible by U-M and Michigan Medicine community members like you. Go Blue!