A passion for mentorship has led Chris McLaurin (History '09) to S. Africa, the U.K., Asia, and the White House. Read about his experiences after graduation in LSA Today.
Through the Michigan in Washington program, LSA student Belle Cheves (center) lived, studied, and worked in Washington, DC. Belle completed an internship at the United Nations during her time away from Ann Arbor.
This gorilla skull is one of more than 15,000,000 specimens in the Museum of Zoology, one of several U-M museums and the largest university museum in the world. Its collections are integrated into undergrad courses and research projects.
Forty top programs in the country. One of the best (and first) undergrad research programs in the U.S. Over a hundred degree programs and thousands of classes. Internships, field camps, study abroad, and more. Sounds impressive, but what does it all mean exactly?
It means that students in U-M's College of Literature, Science, and the Arts have the opportunity to combine world-class academics with hands-on, practical experiences to create an education designed to navigate an unpredictable 21st century.