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A photo of the Ford Robotics Building.

Ford Robotics Building at Dusk

A view of the new Ford Robotics Building on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.|

Grove Start

A group of Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) program members hang out on the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI on August 27, 2020. In order to maintain a social distance, the three pairs of roommates bring their own blankets to sit on while spending time together. |
A photograph of students walking through an empty fountain.


First-year Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) members finally got a chance to walk through the fountain during welcome week and begin their journey here as Wolverines. With COVID-19, they were not able to attend orientation during the summer and walk through the fountain as previous generations of wolverines have. |
A photograph of two people laying on the ground outside of the State Theatre.

State Theatre Re-Opening

Sophie Lewis, 14, and Hannah King, 14, lay on the ground as State Street and other popular streets across Ann Arbor are shutoff from automobile traffic on June 13, 2020. Restaurants, stores, and clubs are re-opening and utilizing the space to observe health recommendations as the state of Michigan re-opens after almost three months since […]|
A photograph of a person playing violin on Main Street in Ann Arbor, MI

Violin Monster Returns

Zachary Storey, more well-known as Violin Monster, performs for the first time in almost three months on Main Street in Ann Arbor, MI on June 12, 2020. Storey is a popular performer on Main Street and had not performed since the state of Michigan announced a stay-at-home order almost three months ago in the wake […]|
A photograph of the Lurie Bell Tower.

Phase 1 Reopening

A row of caution tape surrounds the recreation area on North Campus on May 29, 2020. The caution tape separates students, staff, and faculty from using the volleyball courts and swings in light of social distancing recommendations and regulations across the state of Michigan. |
A photograph of the Duderstadt Center closed.

Duderstadt COVID19

The Duderstadt Building sits empty with a statewide lockdown shuttering doors across campus.|
A photograph of the IOE building remaining empty and silent.

IOE Silence

With classes moving online and many staff and faculty working remotely, the IOE Building stands silent the afternoon of March 17, 2020.|
A photograph of a 3-D projection on a computer screen.

Motion Sickness

Baseline models and metrics of humans are needed to prevent motion sickness in future autonomous vehicles. |
A photograph of a student wearing a probe that detects concussions through light.

Concussion Detecting Laser

U-M researchers are able to now detect lasers on site and rapidly using a laser-based test. This could lead to a fast and noninvasive way for doctors to monitor the health of brain cells. |
A student walks through a snow storm on North Campus.

Snow Snow Go Away

A winter storm hits North Campus as students trek to and from class. With an abnormally snow has come and gone in a quick succession.|
A photo of a graduate student installing a sensor in the Amazon rainforest.

Amazon Agee

In order to save the Amazon, engineers are working to understand it through the medium of water. |