Detroit Center for Innovation

  1. Stephen Ross announces $100 million gift to Detroit Center for Innovation

    “Detroit has always been an incredible place of innovation and opportunity, and the Detroit Center for Innovation will usher the city into a new era of leadership in technology. This gift is a symbol of progress and momentum in Detroit and I am incredibly proud to advance this transformative project…” said Stephen Ross, U-M alumnus and chairman of Related Cos.

  2. Curriculum committee set for Detroit Center for Innovation

    President Mark Schlissel appointed 21 faculty members and administrators to the Detroit Center for Innovation Curriculum Development Committee. The committee of 17 regular and four ex-officio members began meeting weekly recently to formulate curricula that are interdisciplinary and focused on the emerging needs of the Detroit regional economy.

  3. U-M leaders, innovators react to news of the Detroit Center for Innovation

    “The economic success of our state is tied to the success of Detroit. It’s our largest city and it plays an important role in Michigan’s economic well-being. This new Detroit Center for Innovation will benefit not just Detroit, and the region – but also the entire state of Michigan.”

    ~ University of Michigan Regent Chair Ron Weiser, Ann Arbor

  4. New $300 million U-M research and education center to anchor 14-acre Detroit Center for Innovation in the heart of Detroit

    Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Wayne County Executive Warren Evans joined together with Stephen M. Ross, philanthropist and chairman of Related Companies, Matt Cullen, CEO of Bedrock and University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel to announce plans for a 14-acre Detroit Center for Innovation in downtown Detroit.