U-M Detroit Center

  1. Community Campus Visit helps Detroit community engage with U-M

    The Community Campus Visit is a day-long program during which participants learned about the many and varied services and programs the university has available that work to enhance business and community development.

  2. Open House at the University of Michigan Detroit Center

    The University of Michigan Detroit Center is excited to show off its new space at an Open House on Friday, Oct. 11 from 3-7 p.m. You can find us at 3993 Woodward Ave., at the corner of Parsons.

  3. U-M architecture professor Doug Kelbaugh brings passion to sustainable design

    “I think it’s also the first book to overtly state that cities are our last best chance in the war against climate change. People who live in cities have smaller carbon footprints, and that’s largely due to walkability, transit, and shared dwelling units that share walls and infrastructure.”

  4. U-M alum Dexter Mason teams sports with service to promote social justice

    Dexter Mason says: “To be honored by the Detroit Center is one of the greatest honors of my life. The room I received the award in was actually the same room where I had orientation for U-M’s Summer Bridge program almost 10 years before. So it was just full circle. I couldn’t have imagined where I’d be 10 years later, and I give all the credit to U-M for that.”

  5. New office space, new banners for U-M Detroit Center

    The University of Michigan Detroit Center has relocated within the Orchestra Place Building on Woodward Ave. The Block M now graces Woodward at the corner of Parsons in Detroit.

  6. U-M establishes advisory group to integrate Detroit engagement

    Keeping with the University of Michigan’s commitment to integrate and strengthen engagement efforts in the city of Detroit, the university recently established the Detroit Advisory Group and named a new special adviser on Detroit engagement.

  7. Feodies Shipp talks about leading the U-M Detroit Center

    Feodis Shipp III was named director of the University of Michigan Detroit Center in 2018 after serving as associate director since 2010. He hopes to develop a strong working relationship with the community. Born and raised in Detroit, Shipp is excited by the city’s rebirth and believes the university can be a significant contributor to that experience. He earned his B.A. in history from U-M and his M.A. in educational leadership from Eastern Michigan University.

  8. Feodies Shipp named director of U-M Detroit Center

    A native Detroiter, Feodies Shipp has been named Director of the University of Michigan Detroit Center.

  9. The Detroit Center

    Throughout the year, the Detroit Center hosts meetings, lectures, workshops, and performances, annually drawing more than 20,000 visitors.