Cherry blossoms across from DC residence hall
Winter 2013 students meet Governor Rick Snyder
Winter 2012 student and other activists meet with President Obama
MIW Students with Senator Carl Levin
Rally at Supreme Court
MIW Students with Supreme Court Justice Scalia
MIW Students at Congressional Breakfast with UM President Mary Sue Coleman
Winter 2013 students volunteer at an inaugural ball, January 2013
Winter 2011 Cohort
Winter 2010 students at World War II Memorial
MIW Student at Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument at night
Winter 2010 Student at U.S. Capitol
Faculty Director Edie Goldenberg and students at graduation, April 2012. MIW students wear red, white and blue service cords to represent their public service at internships during the Washington semester.
Fall 2010 student meets President Obama
Fall 2012 students present posters at Michigan Union
Welcome to Michigan in Washington
Each year, the Michigan in Washington Program admits 45-50 University of Michigan undergraduates from ALL MAJORS to spend a semester (Fall or Winter) in Washington, D.C. Students combine coursework with an internship to earn a full semester of credits.
Students find internships in their area of interest, and also produce a research paper on a topic of their choice. Each student has a mentor who is a U-M alum. On weekends students visit the monuments and explore the cultural scene in the capital. Most leave Washington longing to return after graduation.
Scholarships are available for this living and learning program.
- MIW Students Receive 3 out of 5 Awards at Political Science Graduation Ceremony May 6, 2013
- Graduating MIW Seniors Gather to Celebrate and Say Goodbye April 11, 2013
- MIW Students Meet the Governor March 15, 2013