"In my work you're always saying hello, then you're saying goodbye. Some of these people become part of you, part of your existence."
Robert Buckingham, UM-Flint professor of public health and health sciences and hospice pioneer.
"My role has expanded beyond literacy to help connect people in the social sector."
Sara Saylor, community engagement lead at the Ginsberg Center
"A lot of people think businessmen only care about money, that they only watch the bottom line every day. I want to instill in my students the idea of management as a calling, a vocation."
Andy Hoffman, Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise
"(Competition) will set you up for good things to happen whether you’re playing baseball or in life.”
Steven Karasewski, coordinator of Club Sports at Recreational Sports
“I love the work I do in higher education and I love the work I do in fashion.”
La’Joya Orr, recruitment coordinator and academic adviser at the School of Kinesiology
"I have learned, and am still learning, to be sensitive to cultures and backgrounds, especially during times like these."
Sofia Carlsson, academic adviser, International Institute
"I go from the harshest aspects of the border to the responses of activists, social workers and community members who are trying to do something to make it better."
Sherrie Kossoudji, associate professor of social work and adjunct associate professor of economics, explaining the arc of the trips she takes with her students to the U.S.-Mexico border.
"When you go off to art school, you hope you find something that's right for you, and for a certain number of people that will be fibers."
Sherri Smith, the Catherine B. Heller Collegiate Professor of Art, is the first and only tenured fabrics professor at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design.
"For both those who teach and those who learn, it's about finding a way to teach to act, to stop making them recipients of knowledge but instead owners of knowledge."
Nesha Haniff, lecturer IV in Afroamerican and African studies and women's studies.
"It's just my passion to work with young people, so I knew this would be my career path."
Karin Arizala, staff psychologist at Counseling and Psychological Services