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Contact: Jeanne Murabito

Executive Director

Michigan Engineering

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(734) 647-7118

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The Spirit of Ann Arbor

10/4/2012

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Ann Arbor residents talk about how the city they love changed them.

Ann Arbor residents talk about how the city they love changed them.

A thriving city and dynamic campus

Ann Arbor is an economic bright spot and home to over 100,000 residents. The diversity of the University's students, faculty and staff help create a vibrant, culturally rich community.

PBS NewsHour: In Ann Arbor, Michigan finds its life preserver

North Campus

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View from the Northwest corner of the North Campus Diag, with Lurie Bell Tower to the right and the Duderstadt Center beyond that. Photo: Laura Rudich, Communications and Marketing.

Duderstadt Center

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The James and Anne Duderstadt Center, formerly the Media Union, opened in 1996 as a special place to provide faculty and students with the tools and collaborative space for creating the future. Photo: Laura Rudich, Communications and Marketing.

Class of 1947E Reflecting Pool

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Located on North Campus between the Phoenix Memorial Lab and the Cooley Laboratory, the Reflecting Pool was a gift from the Class of 1947E. Photo: James M. Rotz, Communications and Marketing.

Huron River & Nichols Arboretum

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Nichols Arboretum provides students and faculty with easy access to natural beauty, running trails and a space for relaxation. Photo: James M. Rotz, Communications and Marketing.

Michigan Union - Central Campus

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The Michigan Union serves as a "home away from home" for all U-M students. Photo: James M. Rotz, Communications and Marketing.

Central Campus Diag & Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library

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The Diag is a lush, open space in the heart of campus that regularly hosts outdoor concerts, fundraisers and demonstrations, as well as naps, picnics and frisbee. Pictured in the background is the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library. Photo: James M. Rotz, Communications and Marketing.

Michigan Theater

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One of the many entertainment venues that Ann Arbor has to offer, the Michigan Theater was built in 1928. Originally built to feature silent films, the theater was fully restored in 1985 and still features a working Barton Theater Pipe Organ. Today, the theater screens both classic films and current releases. Photo: James M. Rotz, Communications and Marketing.

State Street & North University

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The State Street area has long attracted students and faculty with its conveniently located shops, restaurants and other amenities. Photo: Joseph Xu, Communications and Marketing.

Amazing labs, centers and teaching space

Michigan Engineering has 23 buildings, including new state-of-the-art facilities, and is home to a bounty of artwork that enhances the public spaces of the campus.

Directions to get here
North Campus: An Outdoor Art Museum
Form and Function: Art on North Campus

Take a tour—on foot or by Segway

One of the best ways to learn about a school is to take a tour. Many visitors choose to see U-M's Central Campus in the morning and North Campus (where the College of Engineering is located) in the afternoon.

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