campus | 7/13/2015
At LSA’s Biological Station, students in the algae class were handsomely rewarded when they discovered three new species in northern Michigan.
campus | 6/15/2015
As China’s middle class grows, its citizens are making new demands on the government for safety, equality, and social mobility. But in a country as big as China, the issues are so immense that many solutions wind up creating new problems.
the michigan difference | 6/8/2015
Alumna Michelle Segar spent the last 20 years refining a program to help people actually stick with their exercise plans, and she hopes her new book will encourage even more to go the distance.
the michigan difference | 5/25/2015
Moviemakers, Major Leaguers, even mummies: LSA students are using their liberal arts education to snag internships that put them face to face with the interesting and unexpected.
campus | 5/18/2015
Labs in LSA are using Nobel Prize-winning microscope techniques to look closely at what scientists once thought would stay invisibly tiny. The new view magnifies major ways we might one day see the world.