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Join the U-M Department of Astronomy at the LSA Major/Minor Expo
Do you want to pursue a degree in the U-M Department of Astronomy? We want to meet you!
U-M Astronomy Students Win Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Awards
Congratulations to both Aadya Agrawal and Doni Anderson for receiving Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Awards!
The University of Michigan Department of Astronomy may have established one of the first research observatories in the Midwest more than 150 years ago, but more than anything, it’s a young and vibrant department. That’s because we’ve spent the last decade hiring exceptional faculty, investing in high-profile facilities, and restructuring our curriculum — all to propel our graduates into the top ranks of the field. We invite you to explore our website or download our graduate viewbook, "The Full Spectrum" to learn more.
We strive to support our students and faculty on the front lines of learning and research and to steward our planet, our community, our campus. To do this, the Department of Astronomy needs your support.
The Michigan Institute for Research in Astrophysics (MIRA) was launched in 2014 to leverage astrophysics expertise from across the university and advance the field through themed conferences, collaborative research and related efforts. Learn more.