Flint Schools Offer Top-Quality UM-Flint Preschool at No Cost

Flint Schools Offer Top-Quality UM-Flint Preschool at No Cost

A new partnership between Flint Community Schools and the University of Michigan-Flint brings the University’s exceptional early childhood education program directly to a greater number of Flint families.

Google, U-M to build digital tools for Flint water crisis

Google, U-M to build digital tools for Flint water crisis

A partnership between Google and the University of Michigan’s Flint and Ann Arbor campuses aims to provide a smartphone app and other digital tools to Flint residents and officials to help them manage the ongoing water crisis.

UM-Flint ECDC Toddlers Create Water Bottle Chandelier

UM-Flint ECDC Toddlers Create Water Bottle Chandelier

Children in one Early Childhood Development Center classroom at UM-Flint are collaborating on an art project made with plastic water bottles and paint.

UM-Flint Expert Faculty, Staff Playing Integral Role in Water Crisis Recovery

UM-Flint Expert Faculty, Staff Playing Integral Role in Water Crisis Recovery

With Flint facing a water crisis, the University of Michigan-Flint continues to leverage its hometown expertise to make a difference for its community, providing critically important analysis, partnership, and investment.

Water Crisis Inspires UM-Flint Student and Alumna's "Bottled Emotions"

Water Crisis Inspires UM-Flint Student and Alumna's "Bottled Emotions"

UM-Flint senior Rhonda Jones and recent alumna Brittini Ward are collecting plastic water bottles and caps for creative projects collectively titled “Bottled Emotions” about the Flint water crisis.

U-M Faculty Members Convene to Collaborate on Flint Water Crisis

U-M Faculty Members Convene to Collaborate on Flint Water Crisis

Faculty members from all three University of Michigan campuses met at UM-Flint on Friday to discuss ideas for research collaborations and opportunities to work with community organizations responding to the Flint water crisis.

Community activist Nayyirah Shariff speaks at first Flint water crisis course

UM-Flint Begins Free Community Course on the Flint Water Crisis

The first of the University of Michigan-Flint’s classes on the Flint water crisis drew 150 people and delivered historic analysis, sometimes intense emotions, and open access to education.

New research shows location of lead pipes in Flint

New research shows location of lead pipes in Flint

UM-Flint has shared critically important research with Flint Mayor Dr. Karen Weaver that identifies and maps all known locations of lead pipes in the city of Flint.

UM-Flint teams with Red Cross for crisis relief efforts

UM-Flint teams with Red Cross for crisis relief efforts

Volunteers spent hundreds of hours assisting the Red Cross by delivering water, assembling test kits and organizing the warehouse during water drop-off times.

U-M School of Public Health working to address public health concerns related to Flint water

Faculty members in the School of Public Health are working on research and are members of committee, task forces and other local groups addressing the issues.

UM-Flint Nursing assists county health department with lead screenings

UM-Flint Nursing assists county health department with lead screenings

Within the next several weeks, there are more than ten Genesee County Health Department lead screening and education events planned throughout the community. University of Michigan-Flint nursing students, faculty, or both will be at all of them contributing their time and talents.