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Regents praise Coleman for leadership

Citing Mary Sue Coleman’s broad range of accomplishments and her successful response to several challenges the Board of Regents at the Sept. 22 meeting praised the president’s performance in her first five years at U-M. More>


NIH awards U-M $55 million grant

The National Institutes of Health has named the University to receive a $55 million Clinical and Translational Science Award, says Dr. Elias A. Zerhouni, NIH director. The CTSAs are part of a national initiative to encourage and speed collaboration and interdisciplinary research for therapies that improve human health. More>


U-M helps lure Spanish aerospace company to Michigan

The University Research Corridor’s massive pool of engineering talent convinced Spanish aerospace company Grupo Aernnova to bring 600 new jobs to Washtenaw County’s Pittsfield Township for an aerospace engineering center. More>


MHealthy offers free fitness assessments, gym discounts

Recognizing the role good health plays in reducing stress, improving mood and increasing productivity, Michigan Healthy Community is launching two new programs to encourage health and fitness — free fall fitness assessments and fitness center discounts at area facilities. More>


Lecturers' Employee Organization ratifies new three-year contract

Members of the Lecturers' Employee Organization (LEO) have overwhelmingly ratified the bargaining unit's second contract with the University. The three-year agreement, tentatively agreed to in June, will expire May 15, 2010.LEO represents about 1,300 lecturers and other non-tenure faculty who work full- and part-time on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses. More>


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