Items Tagged with 'U-M'

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Prehistoric find doesn’t stop building

Excavation of housing development in Byron Center leads to 10,000-year-old discovery.

September 22, 2017
Joe Siereveld didn’t know what to expect when he got a call from one of his excavators saying they had dug up something curious. Read More

University of Michigan regents approve free-tuition program

June 16, 2017
| By AP
ANN ARBOR — The University of Michigan will offer four years of free tuition for certain in-state students. Read More

Health systems close 'affiliation' deal

December 16, 2016
A health system in the area has officially solidified its “affiliation” agreement with a major university health system in the state. Read More

Tech firm partnering on U-M innovation program

December 7, 2016
A local digital consulting firm is partnering on an organizational innovation program certified by the University of Michigan. Read More

Health systems sign definitive 'affiliation' agreement

September 15, 2016
A health system in the area and a major university health system in the state have signed a definitive “affiliation” agreement. Read More

Health systems sign LOI for 'affiliation'

June 20, 2016
A health system in the area is planning to join a major university health system in the state. Read More

MSU 'Sparty' statue vandalized

September 14, 2015
| By AP
EAST LANSING — There might have been some confusion about what football team the University of Michigan played over the weekend. Read More

Student wins Rhodes Scholarship

November 24, 2014
| By AP
A University of Michigan student from West Michigan has been named a Rhodes scholar. Read More

Driverless-car law moves auto industry

December 30, 2013
| By AP
LANSING — A new law that will allow companies to test driverless cars on Michigan roads will be a boost for the state's auto industry, according to Gov. Rick Snyder and the sponsor of the legislation. Read More

U-M researcher shoots to speed image and video processing 1,000x

August 15, 2013
| By AP
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — A University of Michigan researcher is leading a project to build computer hardware that would process images and video 1,000 times faster than current systems. Read More