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Moderate tuition increase, major financial aid investment

As the Michigan Legislature gets closer to finalizing a welcome increase in the state appropriation to higher education, the Board of Regents July 21 approved a moderate increase in tuition for the Ann Arbor campus, along with an increased investment in financial aid. The budget recommended by President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Teresa Sullivan "strongly supports our commitment to both academic excellence and access," Coleman says. More>



Google expected to return big results

For those whose first reaction to the announcement that Internet giant Google is locating in Ann Arbor was that it will bring additional collaboration with the College of Engineering and School of Information, U-M's vice president for research has a suggestion: Think bigger! More>



Symposium to address growing IT security issues

IT professionals are busier than ever as they face mounting threats from hackers, phishers and others intent on the malicious destruction of data or technology systems. It takes time, money and staff to address the challenges of constant patching, managing software vulnerabilities, and identifying possible attacks and threats. . More>

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