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September 22, 2018

In The News

November 19, 2013

Dr. Jeffrey Punch, professor of surgery, was interviewed about efforts to recover lungs, kidneys and other organs from donors who die outside of hospitals.

The Associated Press

November 18, 2013

President Mary Sue Coleman co-authored an op-ed article stressing the important role that the humanities play in educating students for future leadership positions.

The Washington Post

November 18, 2013

Comments by Sherman Clark, professor of law, were featured in a blog post about law school education.

The Wall Street Journal

November 18, 2013

Barry Rabe, professor of public policy and environmental policy, was interviewed about why the state of Michigan has the lowest recycling rate in the Great Lakes region.

Michigan Radio

November 15, 2013

Dr. John Birkmeyer, professor of surgery, talked about the relationship between a surgeon’s operative skill and how well patients recover from surgery.

The New York Times

November 15, 2013

Jane Dutton, professor of organizational behavior, human resource management, corporate strategy and international business, was quoted in an article about a musician who uses songwriting to help people do their jobs better.

Forbes

November 15, 2013

“We want to demonstrate fully driverless vehicles operating within the whole infrastructure of the city (of Ann Arbor) … to show that these can be safe, effective and commercially successful,” said Peter Sweatman, director of the U-M Transportation Research Institute.

The Associated Press

November 14, 2013

Margaret Dewar, professor of urban and regional planning, was quoted about how large, mostly industrial cities are choosing to raze old, abandoned structures but not rebuild.

The New York Times

November 14, 2013

A story about a free medical clinic run by U-M students featured Dr. Brent Williams, associate professor of internal medicine, and medical students Shannon Cramm, Chelsea Reighard and Lauren Wozniak

The Atlantic

November 14, 2013

“History suggests that when a disaster happens, a connection to those with political power matters for the flow of disaster aid, (but) given the historic nature of Typhoon Haiyan, we hope the Philippine political elite can break from the patterns of the past,” wrote Allen Hicken, associate professor of political science, and doctoral students James Atkinson and Nico Ravanilla.

The Washington Post

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