The library's exterior & interior have been completely transformed.
Transformation expands learning space for medical students and serves entire U-M health & biomedical science community
The books moved out two years ago, and the construction crews moved in. And today, the University of Michigan’s Taubman Health Sciences Library reopens as a transformed space for learning, teaching and gathering.
A scene from Black Magic (directed by Gregory Ratoff, 1949). Dr. Mesmer (Charles Goldner, left) hypnotizes Cagliostro (Orson Welles, right).
U-M News Service
Though he is considered by many as one of the world's greatest filmmakers, Orson Welles was an actor, producer, writer and radio broadcaster. He was also notorious for leaving many of his projects unfinished.
For many of us, sharing a common name with thousands of others might be an occasional inconvenience, or a source of frustration when Googling ourselves. But for researchers like U-M's Jennifer Smith the implications are a little more serious.
The University of Michigan Press and the University of Michigan Department of English Language and Literature announce the establishment of The Tobin Siebers Prize for Disability Studies in the Humanities. A $5,000 prize will be awarded for best book-length manuscript on a topic of pressing urgency to Disability Studies in the humanities.
The University of Michigan Press has received a three-year $899,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the development of a new platform that will enable the publication and preservation of digitally-enriched humanities monographs.