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August 18, 2017

Faculty Staff Spotlight

December 8, 2014

"There are very few opportunities for people in prison — so this is a way that they can grow through their artwork, as people."

Jessica Bennett, administrative assistant senior at the Dean's Office of Rackham Graduate School, and volunteer with the Prison Creative Arts Project.

November 24, 2014

"Many of the most interesting writers in the social sciences actually are motivated by keen concerns about profound issues of human oppression and resistance and emancipation."

Howard Brick, U-M alummus and the Louis Evans Professor of History in LSA.

November 17, 2014

"Mindfulness teaches us to be present for all the ups and downs of life: the good and the bad, the beautiful and the challenging."

Denise Kozikowski, academic adviser at the Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center and leader of meditation sessions.

November 10, 2014

"No team has all the skills they need to succeed at the beginning, but they learn to adapt and to fill in the gaps."

Elisabeth Gerber, Jack L. Walker Professor of Public Policy

November 3, 2014

"I want her to be proud of her scars. She's our little heart warrior."

Amanda Holdsworth, marketing communications manager for the Business Engagement Center, about her daughter, whose heart surgery prompted her to create the Heal-A-Boo-Boo Project.

October 27, 2014

"People think about health and health care as something that's done to you, but we're trying to create the notion that it's something done with you. We all have wisdom to share."

Dr. Joyce Lee, associate professor of pediatrics, and associate professor of environmental health sciences.

October 20, 2014

"I was really low on money at the time and basically got to eat for free every day, plus the skill is definitely transferrable. I'm kind of a hit of parties."

D. Alvarez, Student Life program manager for The Program on Intergroup Relations, on working as a fromager, or cheese expert.

October 13, 2014

"My interest in music is not that it transcends day-to-day life, but rather because it works on a practical level."

Mark Clague, associate professor of musicology

October 6, 2014

"For as long as I can remember, I saw the world through my nose."

Michelle Krell Kydd, communications specialist for the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities (a2ru) and ArtsEngine

September 29, 2014

"There's no better way to gain independence, and become more resourceful, than by taking yourself totally out of your comfort zone and your country. Also, it's so much fun."

Jill Peters, International Programs adviser in the College of Engineering.

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