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Chemistry - Career - 21.03.2022

Environment - Career - 18.03.2022

Career - Research Management - 18.03.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 17.03.2022

Campus - Career - 09.03.2022

Career - 08.03.2022
Women’s authority jobs differ both in tasks and quality
The representation of women in workplace authority has generally increased over time. But the move of women into these traditionally men-dominated arenas is still very uneven.

Life Sciences - Career - 08.03.2022
Hail to the squid - A vampyropod fit for a president
Researchers at Yale and the American Museum of Natural History have identified the earliest known relative of octopuses and vampire squid - and named it after the 46 th president of the United States.

Health - Career - 07.03.2022
Workers returning to the office soon become more optimistic about COVID-19 safety, say U-M experts
As people inch closer to returning to work after staying home during the pandemic, they tend to downplay the risks of getting a COVID-19 infection, according to new research.

Career - Campus - 07.03.2022

Career - Event - 06.03.2022

Career - Campus - 01.03.2022
Alumni Know: What do employees want?
Anne Fannon (MA '03) offers valuable insights about today's young workers and how employers can offer top talent the best experience  By Megan Vander Woude Office of Advancement Does working from home bring more work-life balance?

Campus - Career - 28.02.2022

Health - Career - 24.02.2022
Researching physicians shape the healthcare of the future
Researching physicians shape the healthcare of the future
MHH programme PRACTIS for the training of clinician scientists is supported with 1.3 million euros for another two years In order to provide patients with the best possible care, the latest scientific findings must be incorporated into diagnostics and therapy.

Campus - Career - 24.02.2022

Economics / Business - Career - 18.02.2022
U-M forecast: Detroit economy showing ’resilience’ in face of pandemic downturn, though challenges persist
The city of Detroit is making clear progress in its economic recovery from the pandemic, notching gains in employment and wages and drops in joblessness that are expected to continue over the next few years, according to a University of Michigan study.

Career - Economics / Business - 16.02.2022
Poverty wages keep child care teachers in ’grim financial bind,’ says new report
The crisis in California child care dates back decades, but the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a deep toll.