There are approximately 2,300 linear feet of windows in the school's new Crossroads of Public Health facility, and many offer breathtaking views of the university's North Campus, the Arboretum, and the city of Ann Arbor.
Thomas Francis Jr. and the University of Michigan School of Public Health figure prominently in this year's Pulitzer Prize-winning history, Polio: An American Story, by David M.Oshinsky, who teaches history at the University of Texas.
Former United States Senator George Mitchell believes Americans need to undertake a serious, informed, national discussion and debate about health care.
In what one reporter described as a "marriage of high-tech media and old-style democracy," the University of Michigan teamed up in March with 21 other universities across the country to host a national town hall-style meeting on health-care reform.
When Zaineb Bohra goes to Detroit Metro Airport this summer, it won't be to catch a flight.
Infectious agents transmitted from animals to humans have caused 11 of the 12 major global disease outbreaks in the past decade, and the threat of avian influenza looms large.