Are You a UM-Flint Faculty, Staff or Student Traveling Abroad for University-Related Purposes?

University-related purposes may include are not limited to, study, research, internships, service, conferences/presentations, teaching, performances, or athletic competitions.  Be sure to register your travel in the UM Travel Registry and seek travel abroad insurance coverage from a University authorized vendor.

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UM-Flint’s “Smoke-Free” Campus Marks Third Anniversary

UM-Flint’s “Smoke-Free” Campus Marks Third Anniversary

It has been over three years since the University of Michigan-Flint campus has been smoke-free. Now, the focus is on helping the campus community become tobacco-free by providing information on the resources available to help quit tobacco use.

Trip Leads to New UM-Flint Global Studies Course on Chinese Medicine

Trip Leads to New UM-Flint Global Studies Course on Chinese Medicine

Two University of Michigan-Flint assistant nursing professors have paved the way to develop a global studies course that will focus on traditional Chinese medicine and complementary therapies through lectures, hands-on practices, and hospital tours.

UM-Flint English Language Program Receives Accreditation

UM-Flint English Language Program Receives Accreditation

The English Language Program at the University of Michigan-Flint was awarded accreditation by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA) from April 2014 through April 2018.

UM-Flint Nursing Students Find Inspiration in the Dominican Republic

UM-Flint Nursing Students Find Inspiration in the Dominican Republic

This February, UM-Flint Nursing professor Maureen Tippen traveled with a group of students to the Dominican Republic for the 18th time as part of her International Service Learning course. With the help of two translators, UM-Flint staff member Becky Pettengill and alumnus James MacDonald, Tippen and her students saw over 500 people over the course of a week.

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