1. The first adult learners of the “Saturdays in the D” summer program graduate

    Students who participated in the six-week pilot “Saturdays in the D” Summer Camp and Adult Skills Enrichment Experience graduated Saturday with a course certificate. Of the 109 who registered, 38 made it to the finish line.

  2. U-M, Detroit forge closer ties through grants, partnerships

    Eight new initiatives have been selected to receive funding from the 2023 Engage Detroit Workshops grant program. This is the second year of the program to promote the development of innovative projects that forge connections between U-M and the Detroit community.

  3. Applicants sought for Engage Detroit Workshops funding

    The Office of the Vice Provost for Engaged Learning has announced the 2023 Engage Detroit Workshops grant program, designed to support a new workshop or speaker series on a topic that connects U-M with Detroit communities.

  4. Anti-racism faculty hiring moves forward

    While cluster hires are an effective approach to hiring that brings in multiple faculty members engaged in related scholarship, these new hires will join a well-established and university-supported anti-racism research infrastructure that is being enhanced with additional funding from the Office of the Provost through the National Center for Institutional Diversity.