We are proud to present the winning submission of this year's Lunar New Year design contest, created by current Stamps School of Art & Design student Kaitlyn Onela.
Ongoing health disparities could have catastrophic consequences. U-M experts are working to prevent them by bringing together efforts across campus—and private philanthropy—to not only treat life-threatening diseases, but root out the conditions that make so many people more susceptible to them.
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.
To honor his memory and his tireless and enthusiastic volunteer service, U-M established the David B. Hermelin Volunteer Fundraising Award in 2004. Meet the 2022 award recipients.
Celebrating a $50 million gift to Michigan Medicine, the health system will name its new hospital for D. Dan and Betty Kahn. The new facility — The D. Dan and Betty Kahn Health Care Pavilion — will honor Betty and Dan’s dedication to U-M and the public good.
Access to quality housing is essential to our well-being and the gateway to resources. Unfortunately, it’s considered a luxury for far too many families. With a tremendous breadth of expertise and partnerships, U-M is uniquely positioned to take on this challenge.
Wolverine Street Medicine helps fill the health care gap in SE Michigan thanks to a big response on the world’s largest day of giving.
As the holidays draw near and the season of gratitude and gift giving begins, many of us take time to reflect back on what has made the past year so special. We’d like to share with you some sentiments from our amazing donors about what has inspired them to give to Michigan.
U-M alumnae Andrea Joyce (AB ’76), of NBC, and Tracy Wolfson (AB ’97), of CBS, talk about their sports broadcasting careers, the importance of Title IX, and why they give back to Michigan.
Despite the problems facing education, Elizabeth Birr Moje, dean of the School of Education, believes that out of turbulence and disruption can come transformative educational opportunities. And transforming the landscape is exactly what she and the school are setting out to do.