CATEGORY: SCIENCE

A drop of liquid dispensing from a pipette into a test tube.

Prescription for success

At the University of Michigan’s nationally recognized College of Pharmacy, students are gaining early exposure to the field and helping to drive important discoveries about medications and the ways they behave in our bodies, thanks, in part, to donor support.
Published 1.16.2023
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Hardwired to help

U-M psychologist and author Stephanie Preston discusses the evolutionary roots of altruism, why helping others helps us, and how to thrive in this giving season.
Published 11.15.2022
Hands making the shape of a heart.

‘Lift as we climb’

Celebrating the impact of Black philanthropy at U-M.
Published 8.29.2022
A photo of a beachfront home on Lake Michigan with a seawall around it.

Saving our pleasant peninsula

Michigan’s great outdoors is being threatened by climate change. Here’s what U-M researchers are doing to help track, slow, and stop its effects.
Published 7.12.2022