Impact Story Archive


It may seem strange for African scholars to travel to a different continent to learn from each other, but a University of Michigan program encourages just that.


Dr. Seuss’ classic book about the joys and challenges of exploration wasn’t written specifically for Drs. Jason and Sue Anne Bell, but they are certainly living his words.


Unpacking the social and cultural factors influencing maternal and neonatal mortality and near-misses in rural northern Ghana may lend some answers to a global problem.


For global education at the University of Michigan, agency comes in the form of several dozen enthusiasts who set the stage and advance its agenda.


Raised a creationist, a young man experiences his own evolution through exposure to different styles of learning and teaching.