UM-Flint News

UM-Flint Alumna’s Flint SOUP Enriches Community Projects

UM-Flint Alumna’s Flint SOUP Enriches Community Projects

Flint SOUP, led by University of Michigan-Flint alumna Adrian Montague, raises money for local start ups and creative community projects by holding micro grant dinners. Montague aims to run eleven dinners this year.

Longtime UM-Flint Psychology Professor Eric Freedman Remembered for His Rich Legacy

Longtime UM-Flint Psychology Professor Eric Freedman Remembered for His Rich Legacy

UM-Flint Professor of Psychology Eric G. Freedman PhD, died December 10 at his home. Dr. Freedman taught at the University of Michigan-Flint for the past 21 years.

UM-Flint Helps City Earn Bicycle Friendly Designation

UM-Flint Helps City Earn Bicycle Friendly Designation

The Crim Fitness Foundation, who partnered with the City of Flint in completing the Bicycle Friendly application, gathered much of the information from the UM-Flint Walk and Bike Work Group.

UM-Flint Physical Therapy Professor and Students Conduct Balance Screenings for Flint Seniors

UM-Flint Physical Therapy Professor and Students Conduct Balance Screenings for Flint Seniors

Dr. Min Hui Huang, an assistant professor in physical therapy, and several Doctor of Physical Therapy students are leading a research project at Court Street Commons in Flint, in which residents of the age 55 and older community have their balance and mobility tested.

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The Department of Music Chamber Singers' perform "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"