LSA is an extraordinary center of creativity, inquiry, and discovery. Among the college's most valuable assets are the over 1,100 faculty--experts in anthropology through zoology--who teach more than 3,500 courses that explore the world's cultural, social, and scientific big questions. LSA's top research laboratories put faculty and students at the forefront of discoveries in life sciences, physics, and astronomy. The faculty's dedication to both undergraduate teaching and continued research make LSA one of most highly respected academic institutions in the country. The office of Undergraduate Education is equally committed to supporting faculty.

Faculty Resources

Funding and Grant Opportunities

Funding and grant opportunities related to course development, art-based activities and learning, CRLT grants and instructional funds, LSA technology use and management, Language Resource Center grants, UROP mini-grants, and other seed grants

Academic Information

Links to UM academic calendar, academic minors, concentration programs, degree requirements, LSA Bulletin and Course Guide

Teaching Resources and Practical Information

Links to CRLT, Arts at Michigan, CTools Help, Language Resource Center, Sweetland Center for Writing, LSA Handbook for Instructional Staff, UM Library Assistance Program, electronic course reserves, instructional technology, webgrades, classroom procedures, and online student file

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