Arts in action

As we enter a new season of exhibits, concerts, and performances, and a new phase in the university’s Arts Initiative, students, faculty, and staff are not only tapping into the arts’ aesthetic values, but also their capacity to take on society’s biggest challenges, and donors are helping.
Published 9.19.2023

Checking in: Fostering student mental health and well-being on campus

U-M health leader Dr. Lindsey Mortenson on fostering student wellness on campus and philanthropy’s role.
Published 9.19.2023

Restarting in recovery

The recipient of funding from the Go Blue Guarantee, Josh Truchan said he wouldn’t be at U-M without financial support. Now, five years sober from opiates, he said without support from family, mentors, and others—he might not be here at all.
Published 9.18.2023

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Students on building steps in the Law Quad.

Alum John Hoyns commits $20M for scholarships at Michigan Law

Alumnus John Hoyns has committed $20 million to the University of Michigan Law School to establish need-based scholarships. Recipients will be awarded the cost of tuition as well as all associated expenses, including living costs, for the duration of their time at the Law School.
Published 9.14.2023

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Interior rendering of the recreation center.

U-M parents give $20M to advance new center for recreation and well-being

Following a $20 million total commitment, the Board of Regents approved a new name for the new recreation center that is replacing the former Central Campus Recreation Building (CCRB), which is currently under construction: the Hadley Family Recreation & Well-Being Center.
Published 9.11.2023

Committed to making a difference: Q&A with Choon-Peng Ng

Alumnus and business leader Choon-Peng Ng (MBA ’04) discusses the importance of international involvement, his excitement for U-M’s new partners in fighting cancer.
Published 7.20.2023