U-M created an interactive social sensory surfaces display to help children with autism develop fine and gross motor control. This project, developed by student researchers from architecture, computer science, music, civil engineering, information, interactive design and occupational therapy, was one of five U-M exhibits featured at the South by Southwest Interactive Conference in Austin, TX in 2016.

Perpetual Excellence

“The primary focus of my work as president is to position the University of Michigan for perpetual excellence and public impact in research, creative work, performance, patient care and education.”

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Financial Statements

“As we look forward to celebrating the University of Michigan’s bicentennial in 2017, I am very pleased to report that our remarkable institution continues to be financially healthy and well positioned for the future.”


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