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Supreme Court relied heavily on research and amici

As members of the U-M legal team continue to digest the June 23 Supreme Court decisions on the admissions lawsuits, one observation they've made is that in writing the majority opinion, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor relied heavily on the social science research and amicus briefs submitted on behalf of the University. More>

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Cut in appropriation impacts CFO units

The University's top financial office has worked to preserve its level of service to teaching and research while pursuing a variety of measures to reduce spending by several million dollars to balance its fiscal year 2004 budget. More>

"We have taken measures to increase efficiency, redesign our work and leverage technology more effectively"
—Timothy Slottow


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