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Tobacco authority named
dean of public health at U-M

Economist Kenneth Warner, an international authority on tobacco policy, has been named dean of the School of Public Health. His selection was announced May 2 by President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Paul Courant and will be effective July 1, pending approval by the Board of Regents. More>


Six faculty members elected to Academy of Arts and Sciences

Six faculty members have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS), a prestigious society that recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions in scholarly and professional fields. More>


University of Michigan establishing Detroit Center
at Orchestra Place

A new facility set to open this fall in Detroit will provide a home for dozens of longstanding U-M programs and expand University involvement with the community. The 10,500-square-foot U-M Detroit Center will be located on the ground floor of Orchestra Place, 3663 Woodward Ave., at the confluence of the Mack Avenue/Martin Luther King Boulevard corridor. More>


Regents approve $498M plan
to replace C.S. Mott hospitals

For nearly 40 years, the C.S. Mott Children's and Women's hospitals collectively have provided specialized care to hundreds of thousands of patients as they've grown through the earliest stages of pregnancy and childhood, and well into their young adult years. More>


University to expand child care programs

President Mary Sue Coleman has announced a major new commitment to child care services at the University.

While U-M has a long history of providing high-quality programs, Coleman outlined areas for improvement in a memo to the campus community, saying that the University will work toward increasing capacity, developing infant and toddler care, and significantly improving the facilities in which these services are offered. More>


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