Arts & Culture

  1. Sloan Foundation awards $2.2 million to Business School and College of Engineering May 4, 1995
  2. Information superhighway adds a new stop; Internet Public Library May 4, 1995
  3. Underwater storage techniques used by early North American hunters preserve meat for at least six months May 3, 1995
  4. Jobs in science, health care and computers will experience labor shortages May 1, 1995
  5. Oakland County will continue to thrive, say researchers April 21, 1995
  6. Prof. Noreen Clark appointed as dean of School of Public Health April 20, 1995
  7. New phantom particle could be holding our universe together April 19, 1995
  8. U-M students share $39,200 in Hopwood prizes for creative writing April 18, 1995
  9. New course helps foster successful economic development April 18, 1995
  10. Kelsey Museum’s Family Day April 17, 1995
  11. Michigan Quarterly Review features essay on Poetry of Alice Fulton April 14, 1995
  12. Next 12 months could bring good sunspot viewing, says U-M astronomer April 14, 1995
  13. MEDIA CALENDAR April 13, 1995
  14. Biologist says humans could have been original host for HIV virus April 12, 1995
  15. Prof. Noreen Clark nominated as dean of School of Public Health April 12, 1995
  16. Three new books focus on domestic and foreign politics April 12, 1995
  17. Online catalog grew to three million records in early March April 12, 1995
  18. Women have as much free time as men for political activities but have fewer other resources for politics April 11, 1995
  19. Glucose could be nature’s way of telling the body to grow up April 10, 1995
  20. Society of Fellows names new members April 10, 1995