The University of Michigan Library will partner with the national oral history organization StoryCorps to record and preserve stories from the U-M community during the Fall Festival bicentennial celebration.
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Taubman Health Sciences Informationist Marisa Conte co-led a team of U-M researchers that found growth in China's investment and influence in biomedical research as well as in discoveries and advancements by teams that involve researchers from multiple countries. Read more about the team's findings at Michigan Medicine News, or in the team's paper published in JCI Insight.
The music to the song “Happy Birthday to You” consists of just a few stanzas, and the lyrics contain only five words, not including the name of the celebrant. And yet it is estimated to have earned $50 million dollars since its creation, making it the highest earning single song in history.
By Sydney Hawkins, U-M News Service
A new set of materials from Beatrice Welles will make the University of Michigan Library’s Orson Welles collection the world’s most comprehensive resource for Welles scholars and fans.
By Lynne Raughley
Dance has been an important aspect of Chinese life since ancient times. A new collection at the University of Michigan Library provides a unique resource for the study of Chinese dance and its integral and shifting role in Chinese history, culture, and politics.
By Mary Morris
As the University of Michigan celebrates its bicentennial year, U-M Library wants to help members of the campus community preserve their own pieces of history for future generations.
By Alan Piñon
The U-M Library hosted library leaders from the top universities in China. The group, which consisted of nearly 40 members of the Chinese Association of Social Sciences and Humanities Library (CASHL), a national academic library consortium established in 2003, visited U-M in order to learn about how a top research library in the United States operates.