U Of M President Mark Schlissel Leaving In 2023 Before Contract EndsThe president of the University of Michigan said on Tuesday, Oct. 6, that he will step down in June 2023, a year before his contract expires.
Michigan Matters: Pandemic’s Toll on U of M, MSU, WSU, OUOn this week's Michigan Matters, what’s ahead for the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University and Oakland University  as each contends with fallout of the Covid-19 crisis on their institutions?
House Speaker: MSU President Should Resign Amid Nassar ScandalTom Leonard is calling for Michigan State president Lou Anna K. Simon to resign over her handling -- or lack thereof -- in the Nassar sexual assault scandal.
U-M President: We Welcome Students Without Regard To Their Immigration StatusCertain students at the University of Michigan have been reassured by the school's president that the university supports them in wake of President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration.
University Of Michigan Launches Program To Boost Diversity EffortsEach student who successfully completes the Wolverine Pathways program and is admitted to the university will get a full-tuition scholarship for four years.
U-M President Says Party Culture A Serious Problem For FratsMark Schlissel says Greek parties "send the wrong message" that Michigan "is a party school."
'Michigan Matters' Exclusive: UM President Mark Schlissel Talks About Harbaugh, Diversity And Driverless CarsMichigan may have lost to Utah in its first game of the 2015 season, but University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel still has kind words for Jim Harbaugh.
U-M Report: 12 Percent Of Campus Students Have Experienced Sexual AssaultThe report is based on a sample of 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Michigan.
A. Alfred Taubman Praised As Generous Man Who Enriched Detroit AreaPraise is pouring in for shopping center billionaire A. Alfred Taubman, who died Friday at age 91 at his Bloomfield Hills home.
U-M President Schlissel To Visit China In JulyPresident Mark Schlissel will travel to China to build relationships with the leaders of Chinese partner institutions and strengthen relations with international alumni.
U-M Looks To Appoint Runge As New Executive VP Of Health SystemPresident Mark Schlissel announced that he will recommend the appointment of Dr. Marschall Runge to become the university's executive vice president for medical affairs, pending approval by the Board of Regents in December.