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A Deeper Understanding

Assistant Professor and 2020 LSA Collegiate Fellow Ann Heffernan talks about increased student interest in disability studies, why this research is more complex than we think, and how it impacts some Flint residents' response to the city's water crisis.

WATCH: Create, Experiment, Get Messy, and have FUN

After a challenging few years, the FUN gallery project at the U-M Museum of Art provided LSA students, and the Ann Arbor community, with a hands-on space to feel healthy, connected, and creative.



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We strive to support the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts on the front lines of learning and research; to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, LSA needs your support.

Incoming students often wonder what the liberal arts are all about — and there’s a lot to unpack. In a new course, A Whirlwind Tour of the Liberal Arts, top faculty highlight the breadth and depth of what you can study at LSA, covering 12 fascinating topics across disciplines.

Tag along with current students as they walk through a day in their life at LSA. While every LSA experience is unique, all students have opportunities to explore what interests them the most.

LSA is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Learn more about our DEI initiatives, which aim to increase access to everything U-M has to offer and create a more inclusive campus. A number of programs are already in place.

In this digital issue of LSA Magazine, LSA students, alums, and faculty are well suited to solving problems, no matter how big or vexing. Read about the ways they are deciphering a particularly baffling type of childhood cancer, restoring pieces of a nation’s history, and even trying to solve world hunger (spoiler alert: it involves fish urine).