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University of Michigan Outreach

The Michigan Outreach Directory (MOD) - a searchable database designed to help you find information about the University of Michigan’s many outreach projects, summer/special programs and services - is currently being revised and rebuilt. To find many of the university programs that benefit lives and communities throughout the state of Michigan we invite you to explore these other campus websites. If your previously listed program has undergone a change, please let us know at:

Rackham Graduate Building

Michigan Impact

The University of Michigan impacts the lives of residents in many ways. This quarterly Presidential newsletter chronicles university-driven science and research, as well as events and activities, throughout Michigan. Stories are organized by region and category.

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Youth Hub

Managed by the Center for Educational Outreach, Youth Hub is a marketplace of U-M opportunities for youth and families, including summer programs.

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Laboratory Tests

Center for Educational Outreach

The Center for Educational Outreach (CEO) partners with faculty, staff, and students to develop and implement programs that inform, engage, and inspire a diverse community of scholars.

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival

Community Relations

There's a good reason the city of Ann Arbor is considered one of the top college towns in the country. The University of Michigan contributes to the richness, diversity, and quality of life in our community in a wide variety of ways.

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Great Lakes

Sustainability Institute

The Graham Institute facilitates sustainability-focused collaborations involving faculty, students, and external stakeholders. We link knowledge to real-world impact by supporting collaborative teams spanning multiple topics, disciplines, and sectors.

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Ross hurricane relief

Center for Social Impact

The Center for Social Impact provides students support and opportunities to design a pathway to become social impact leaders.

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Lecture and Collaboration

M Health Lab

When the University of Michigan founded its medical school in 1850, it immediately assumed a leadership role in American academic medicine. The M Health Lab is a collection of health, wellness, and mentorship articles about important medical topics from around the world.

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Skull MRI

Engaged Michigan

The University of Michigan is dedicated to creating and supporting a human environment, diverse along multiple dimensions of identity and thought. We believe that our work is critical to social progress and civic decision making.

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BEC Overview

Business Engagement Center

The University of Michigan’s Business Engagement Center is the pathway connecting dynamic organizations with remarkable talent and resources. The Engagement Center inspires successful collaboration and act as a catalyst to create meaningful, invaluable partnerships.

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University of Michigan Health System

The University of Michigan Health System continues to provide various outreach programs and reduced-fee services to our communities. However, the Health System provides several more programs and services that benefit the community.

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Teacher and Students

Poverty Solutions

Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan informs and tests innovative solutions for the prevention and alleviation of poverty. Poverty Solutions seeks to leverage the immense intellectual assets and academic scope of the university to make a major impact on the lives of millions of Americans.

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Student Farmers

Edward Ginsberg Center

The mission of the Edward Ginsberg Center is to cultivate and steward mutually beneficial partnerships between communities and the University of Michigan in order to advance social change for the public good.

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Lecture and Collaboration

Public Engagement

To ensure that we provide an environment for altruistic faculty, students and staff, the university has launched a Public Engagement and Impact focus area. Key to its success is the involvement of U-M’s esteemed professors, researchers and librarians.

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