September 9, 2022

In the News

Diversity on Campus

What Would the End of Race-Conscious Admissions Mean for Minority Enrollment? [UM]

The Chronicle of Higher Education (Sep. 2)

Affirmative Action’s Big Win Always Had an Asterisk [UM]

The Chronicle of Higher Education (Sep. 2)

After Affirmative Action [UM]

The Chronicle of Higher Education (Sep. 2)

Michigan Tech approaches an enrollment milestone: 30 percent women [MSU, MTU, UM]

MLive (Sep. 8)


GV sees increased student enrollment, campus options for Fall 2022 semester

Grand Valley Lanthorn (Sep. 6)

Facilities Planning & Campus Improvement

Opening of new WMU student center delayed again, beyond spring semester’s start

MLive (Sep. 8)

Governance & Speech

Regent Paul Brown sits down with The Daily to talk goals for the upcoming year as Chair, presidential transition [UM]

The Michigan Daily (Sep. 7)

MSU Trustees delay vote on vendor political activities resolution

The Detroit News (Sep. 9)

MSU drops resolution asking vendors to oppose Republican-led Secure MI Vote ballot initiative

MLive (Sep. 9)

Michigan State trustees debate handling of College of Business dean's removal, approve interim replacement

Lansing State Journal (Sep. 10)

Higher Education Finance – Federal Funding & Financial Aid

New $52 million federal grant to boost mobility innovation in Michigan [UM]

The Detroit News (Sep. 2)

$52 million grant to support Michigan mobility initiatives [UM]

Crain’s Detroit Business (Sep. 2)

Meet the University of Michigan researchers working on a next-gen EV battery breakthrough

The Detroit News (Sep. 5)

Michigan State receives hefty grant to advance international education programs

WXYZ TV (Sep. 5)

Higher Education Finance — Institutional Dynamics

Michigan State's Tom Izzo gets new deal after Board of Trustees vote

Lansing State Journal (Sep. 9)

Higher Education in the 2022 Elections

Here’s who’s in the running for elected governing boards of 3 large Michigan universities [MSU, UM, WSU]

MLive (Sep. 6)

Institutional Leadership

New Ferris president begins statewide tour in Big Rapids

Pioneer (Sep. 3)

Labor Relations

UM nurses authorize union to call a strike if contract negotiations falter

The Detroit News (Sep. 2)

U-M nurses vote to authorize strike over alleged unfair labor practices

WXYZ TV (Sep. 2)

Lecturers receive new titles, greater job security [WSU]

The South End (Sep. 4)

University of Michigan nurses approve unfair labor practice strike in union vote

WDIV TV (Sep. 7)

500 Eastern Michigan University faculty members begin Day 1 of indefinite strike

MLive (Sep. 7)

Eastern Michigan faculty picket as strike kicks off and students wonder about classes

Detroit Free Press (Sep. 7)

EMU asks court to force striking faculty back to work

Crain’s Detroit Business (Sep. 7)

Eastern Michigan University files lawsuit, asking court to force faculty back to class [CMU]

Detroit Free Press (Sep. 7)

Many EMU students wake up to find classes canceled after faculty union goes on strike

WEMU FM (Sep. 7)

Faculty Strike at Eastern Michigan

Inside Higher Ed (Sep. 8)

Zoom? Masks? Debate over talks show tension between EMU, faculty

Detroit Free Press (Sep. 8)

EMU faculty union responds to university's injunction request to end strike

The Detroit News (Sep. 8)

Judge denies request to force EMU faculty union back to the classroom [CMU]

Detroit Free Press (Sep. 9)

Judge denies EMU's temporary restraining order request against striking faculty

The Detroit News (Sep. 9)

Leadership Transitions

U-M Dearborn, Flint students and faculty weigh in on what they hope from new UMich President Santa Ono

The Michigan Daily (Sep. 5)

Recognitions & Awards

Niche: University of Michigan No. 2 public university in America

WDIV TV (Sep. 6)

GV students reflect on on-campus employment following Forbes recognition

Grand Valley Lanthorn (Sep. 6)

Are these the 50 best ‘small’ college areas to live and study in the U.S.? [UM]

University Business (Sep. 8)

Safety & Health

University of Michigan working to keep people informed on monkeypox

WEMU FM (Sep. 6)

COVID-19 at-home tests available, vaccinations and boosters at Health Center

The North Wind (Sep. 7)

University Accountability

AG Nessel Will Not Investigate Plans To Redevelop Old MGH Campus [NMU]

Radio Results Network (Sep. 7)


Rick Haglund: Student loan forgiveness will aid millions, but college affordability problems remain [MASU]

Michigan Advance (Sep. 7)

Finley: MSU pitches an ultimatum for vendors: Support Dem causes or else

The Detroit News (Sep. 8)

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