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Portrait of Alec Gallimore

Steady leadership

With the announcement of Alec Gallimore’s second term as dean, we look back at the results from his first term’s strategic vision.|Medium Read
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Engineering seeks to educate on societal racism, bias through new proposals

'We have seen, both through our own data and through the divisive issues society is facing, exactly how urgent this issue is.'|Medium Read
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A DEI culture shift

In a letter to the community, Dean Gallimore shares a plan to tackle systemic racism.|Medium Read
Lissa MacVean, a lecturer in civil and environmental engineering, teaches her graduate course outside. Photo by Joseph Xu

Caution and connection in in-person classes during COVID-19

Faculty members and students share their perspectives.|Medium Read
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Three ways to do hands-on, remote learning

Classes pioneer home lab kits, virtual lab presence, or taking advantage of the distance with a collaborative data project.|Medium Read

The science behind campus bus changes during COVID-19

Engineers used smoke machines, physics-based modeling and route optimization algorithms to quantify risk.|Medium Read
Dusk on the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove on North Campus of the University of Michigan on October 25, 2016.

Making a socially distant campus ‘feel more like home’: Students offer ideas

As campuses across the nation move towards the challenges of fall semester, there’s well-spring of innovation and creativity coming from students. |Medium Read
North campus’ Grove and Duderstadt during fall 2018. Photo: Evan Dougherty

Emergency fund fills in gaps for students during pandemic

Donations will help address a variety of issues.|Medium Read
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‘Now is the moment. So what do we do?’

In a letter to the community, Dean Gallimore shares his reaction to the last few weeks in America, and what we all must do to make progress.|Long Read

Help eradicate the virus of racism

As scientists and engineers, we have an obligation to focus on solving this big societal problem.|Medium Read
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What COVID-19 shows about race and health

Highlighting inequities among poverty, infections, and deaths due to COVID-19 in Michigan.|Medium Read
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Amidst COVID-19 chaos, student affairs connects with every engineering student

Victory Gardens program looks to meet the needs that range from the financial and logistical, to the emotional.|Medium Read