3/15 Update: I just spoke with Jack Bernard, Assistant General Counsel for the University of Michigan; the university is not identifying students suspected of sharing files to the RIAA, as was erroneously stated here. He said, "the university cannot disclose the students' names associated with an IP address without a valid production document [subpoena] or permission from the students."
What the University has done is contact the students individually and let them know they were on the RIAA's “list”. Whether or not the students come forward is up to them. At the very least, it is good to see the University not rolling over for the RIAA.