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Tag: University of Michigan

Researchers at Colleges and Universities Look to Address the Gun Violence...

A string of mass shootings this year — most notably in Buffalo, New York; Uvalde, Texas; and Highland Park, Illinois — have propelled the...

University of Michigan Initiative Seeks to Improve Racial Equity in Classical...

In an effort to improve racial equity in the field of classical music, the Michigan Orchestra Repertoire for Equity (MORE), an initiative by the...

University of Michigan’s Ford School Addresses Social Inequities through Increased Dialogue...

Education and community engagement are perhaps the most crucial keys to addressing the issues of systemic racism and social injustice within the world of...

New Wealth Inequality Research Center to Launch at the University of...

The University of Michigan (UM) recently received a $4 million donation from the Stone Foundation to create a center dedicated to studying and finding...

Amid Racial Justice Movement, University Museums Face Pressure to Return Stolen...

In 1897, British troops laid siege to the wealthy metropolis of Benin City in what is now Nigeria, stealing thousands of sacred relics, revered...

Universities Build Culture by Promoting Disability as an Identity

Progressive universities recognize they must go above and beyond what the law requires to include students with disabilities on campus. Simply providing accommodations according...