• More dinosaurs headed to U-M Museum of Natural History

    The University of 蜜柚视频 Museum of Natural History is hosting a special exhibit on recent developments in dinosaur research. What were living, breathing dinosaurs really like? Just how big were they and how did they behave?

  • Turning Passions into Classrooms

    University of 蜜柚视频's M-ARC program offers a solution to the growing teacher shortage in 蜜柚视频, providing accessible teaching certifications. Two M-ARC graduates tell their stories of transformation into the teaching world.

  • ‘Dolomite Problem’: 200-year-old geology mystery resolved

    To build mountains from dolomite, a common mineral, it must periodically dissolve. This counter-intuitive lesson could help make new defect-free semiconductors and more.

  • The Writing Life

    Lillian Li, Gerardo Sámano Córdova and Darrel Alejandro Holnes are three U-M alumni who have found harmony between the writing life and day jobs. How do they do it?

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  • Phillis Wheatley Peters poems

    U-M has acquired one of the most important American books of the late 18th century—widely regarded as the first book of poetry written by an African American woman. The first American edition of Phillis Wheatley Peters’ “Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral” is currently on display at the William L. Clements Library.



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