Provost’s Office

  1. 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.

  2. 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.