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News for Faculty and Staff

October 22, 2017

Faculty Staff Spotlight

January 9, 2017

"My work revolves around trying to put a smile on people's faces as often as possible."

Andy Boehnlein, a Second City alumnus and U-M coordinator of intramural sports.

December 12, 2016

"(U-M)  is definitely an organization that takes pride in the work it does and how it values its employees."

Julian Weisensel, a motorcycle enthusiast who works as the graphic designer for Wolverine Wellness. 

December 5, 2016

"I feel like advancing reproductive care for women and working to promote the dignity of all women, particularly those challenged with physical and cognitive disabilities, is my calling."

— Chief of gynecology at the University Health Service, and director of the Gynecology Clinic for Women with Disabilities at VonVoigtlander Women's Hospital.

November 21, 2016

"Science is too exciting, and there are so many questions to explore that have critical impact on peoples' lives."

Raoul Kopeman, Richard Smalley Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry, Physics and Applied Physics, professor of biomedical engineering and professor of biophysics, when asked about retirement.

November 14, 2016

"Most of us are friends for life. It's pretty amazing."

Katie Wopinsky, research recruitment coordinator at the Frankel Cardiovascular Center, on being a member of the Detroit Tigers' Energy Squad.

October 10, 2016

"As a drummer, I can create a composite pattern or groove from three to four separate rhythms all synchronized precisely that ultimately form a whole. I tried to do this with the artwork and music."

Michael Gould, professor of music (percussion) at the School of Music, Theatre & Dance

October 3, 2016

"I'm a primary care doctor. I have patients that I've seen for 20, 25 years. It's like friends coming to visit." 

Dr. Paul Fine, associate professor of internal medicine, composer and pianist.

September 6, 2016

"I wanted the keys to the tower and the opportunity to play music that blanketed the whole campus."

Tiffany Ng, university carillonist at Burton Tower and assistant professor of music, on what attracted her to the carillon as freshman at Yale.

August 15, 2016

"You're hoping to find precious things the families wanted to keep, like a photograph anything that could endure that heat."

UMHS registered nurse Kevin Leeser, on searching through the rubble of a wildfire that stuck Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada.

June 20, 2016

"It used to be frustrating to think that if we start doing research on this maybe in three or four years we can have something for them. The fact that you can design something and you have the technology to make it right away is phenomenal."

Scott Hollister, professor of biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering and associate professor of surgery

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