Michigan Minds Podcast: Building momentum for residential redevelopment in Detroit
Q&A: Behind the scenes with Selden Standard’s Evan Hansen
Selden Standard is known for its sleek interior, its celebrity chef Andy Hollyday and the beautiful food served within its sleek walls on Second Avenue in Detroit. Let’s just say that its Roasted Cauliflower and Charred Octopus have earned rave reviews from foodies locally and around the nation.
Semester in Detroit program celebrates a decade of meaningful engagement
Over twelve years ago, University of Michigan undergraduate Rachael Tanner asked herself a simple question: Why doesn’t U-M provide substantive opportunities for students to engage with Detroit? Her urban studies professor, Stephen Ward, was intrigued by her motivation and encouraged her to write up her ideas for her final class project.
U-M has a number of initiatives that are dedicated to serving the city of Detroit and its residents
through education, research and service.
Michigan Impact: Detroit
Learn about initiatives in which U-M faculty, students, alumni and programs are collaborating with communities across the state to improve our quality of life.
Partnership on Economic Mobility
The Partnership on Economic Mobility is a joint effort between U-M Poverty Solutions and Detroit to improve economic opportunity and mobility for Detroit residents through the use of evidence-based strategies.
Semester in Detroit
Through this student-led initiative, U-M undergraduates live, learn, and work in Detroit to engage in transformative learning, and to create and maintain reciprocal relationships within the Detroit community.
Detroit Urban Research Center
The Detroit Community-Academic Urban Research Center is a partnership between U-M and Detroit researchers and organizations who strive to foster health equity in Detroit through collaborative research, programming, and policy-making.
Memory and Aging Project
Housed in the U-M Detroit Center, the University of Michigan Memory and Aging Project (UM-MAP) is the primary memory and aging study at the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center (MADC).
The Detroit Partnership
The student-run Detroit Partnership facilitates service opportunities in the city of Detroit, fostering partnerships between students and community groups.
Researchers, educators, and students from across the three U-M campuses and Detroit-based organizations strengthen connections to Detroit and each other through a daylong showcase of research and learning practices.
Michigan Engineering Zone
The Michigan Engineering Zone (MEZ) is a space where Detroit students are provided the support, knowledge, and tools they need to pursue higher education and careers in STEM.
Go Blue Guarantee
The Go Blue Guarantee reflects U-M’s commitment to keeping a world-class education affordable and accessible to all Michigan residents pursuing undergraduate study at U-M Ann Arbor.
“At every step of the way, we are driven by the foundational premise, established back in 1817, that our collaborations will have the greatest impact when we work together for the benefit of our shared society.”
—president Mark Schlissel