History classes featured as part of U-M Bicentennial.
From learning about the first days of the university to examining campus protests against conditions at global factories producing maize-and-blue apparel, students are immersed in new courses designed to elevate an understanding of U-M's historic role in American higher education.
As the university approaches its bicentennial in 2017, faculty in LSA are offering undergraduate courses that examine chapters of campus history as diverse as the evolving role of women students, the anti-war movement of the 1960s, and the moral quandaries of politics and academic freedom.
By the close of this semester, students will showcase people and episodes from the university's past in several new websites and Wikipedia entries they have researched and created.
Read the full University Record piece here.