A core group of students on the Documenting Criminalization and Confinement team has finished a multi-media, interactive StoryMap that documents the origins, events of, and implications of, the 2016 uprising of incarcerated persons at a maximum security prison known as Kinross in Kinchloe, MI in the Upper Peninsula.
Tony Tran credits his time in the Collaboratory with deepening his awareness of doctor/patient interactions.
“Being Human During COVID” is now available on Fulcrum, a “community-developed, open-source platform for digital scholarship developed by Michigan Publishing and the U-M Library.”
Naomi André delivered the Residential College Robertson Memorial Lecture, “Writing Opera, Singing Blackness,” on Tuesday, November 2.
Collaboratory Project Grant team ReConnect / ReCollect has launched a website to share their work and chart the development of their research.
Geoff Emberling has written a new TED-Ed video about ancient Kush which launched last week and already has over 445,000 views.
The Collaboratory team Expanding the Reach of the Global Feminisms Oral History Archive has been at work for two years adding to its growing archive. On October 9, 2021, the team will hold a virtual conference called Teaching Global Feminisms: Using Activist Interviews Across Disciplines to share these resources.
In a weekly briefing on Covid-19, Provost Susan Collins referred to the Collaboratory’s forthcoming publication as an example of UM’s ongoing, robust research.
Lorenzo García Amaya has reached over 1.4 million viewers with his Ted-Ed Lesson, entitled ‘Why do we, like, hesitate when we, um, speak?’
Members of “Illuminating a Manuscript in the Age of Print,” a Collaboratory 5×5 Incubator Grant project, welcomed Marc Smith to the Special Collections Research Center at UM to examine Michigan Manuscript 301—a new acquisition in the library.