Bentley Historical Library
The Bentley Historical Library was established in 1935 to serve as the official archive of the University of Michigan and to document the history of the state of Michigan. The library has amassed extensive holdings consulted by Michigan’s citizens, students, faculty, staff, alumni, and scholars from across the nation and around the world.
The Heritage Project
The Heritage Project is a collection of multimedia stories about the people who have shaped, and been shaped by, one of the world’s great public universities.
Faculty History Website
A unique and comprehensive database documenting the lives and academic achievements of thousands of Michigan professors dating to the university’s earliest days.
MStaff200 Bicentennial Celebration Event
MStaff200 will honor staff contributions to university history and will feature exhibits, giveaways, refreshments, entertainment and much more on the Diag and Ingalls Mall on Tuesday, June 27, 2017, from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
U-M Bicentennial Office
In 2017, the University of Michigan will celebrate its bicentennial: two centuries of existence since its founding in Detroit in 1817. Michigan’s impact has been large, and after two hundred years, we will commemorate a distinguished past and look forward to create an exciting future.
Voices of the Staff
Voices of the Staff is a volunteer program that gives U-M employees a stronger voice in developing and sharing ideas about the topics that matter most to staff. Voices’s mission is to foster community by promoting and facilitating participation through regular dialogue between staff and leadership.