• Madelon’s World

    When she broke the gender barrier at U-M in 1870, Madelon Stockwell was alone. She lived her life much the same way.

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  • Rare Native American photographs

    The new collection, which comes from noted collector Richard Pohrt Jr., will add more than 1,000 images by more than 150 photographers to the library’s renowned archive of early American history. Taken primarily between 1凯时kb88app0 and 1920, the vintage prints—many of which come from the original negatives on the original photographers’ mounts—feature more than 70 different First Nations.

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    Education is the systematic instruction that prepares us to be productive participants in society. Thus ‘the (mis)education of us’ invites us to consider how our schooling and larger socialization practices have worked against us in working together to build a just nation for all.

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  • The Union Reopens

    The Michigan Union has always been a central location for student involvement, leadership, learning, and social connection. The renovation will honor that history and the Union will serve for another 100 years as the place where Michigan memories are made.

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  • Probing the genetic basis of Roundup resistance in morning glory, a noxious agricultural weed
  • Research group evaluating biosequestration potential on U-M lands

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