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February 6, 2014

Welcome Wednesday

The weather outside may have been frightful Wednesday morning, but inside the Alumni Center the atmosphere was delightful as President Mary Sue Coleman helped hand out bagels to students stopping by for the Alumni Association's Welcome Wednesday program. (Photo by Scott C. Soderberg, Michigan Photography)

February 5, 2014

Student-run free clinic

U-M Medical School Student-Run Free Clinic

In every sense of the word, U-M's Student-Run Free Clinic, located in downtown Pinckney, is student-generated. From scheduling appointments and ordering supplies to conducting physical exams and following up, the medical students are responsible for taking care of their uninsured patients. In this video, students discuss how the clinic gives them the chance to develop operational and leadership skills.

February 3, 2014

Shared services forum

Thom Madden (at podium), who is leading the implementation of the Administrative Services Transformation project, and Laurita Thomas (center), associate vice president for human resources, led an interactive forum Monday for future team members of the shared services center as preparations continue to co-locate some financial and human resources functions in a single location to lower costs. (Photo by Scott C. Soderberg, Michigan Photography)

February 3, 2014

U-M Olympians

U-M will be represented at the ice dancing and hockey venues when the Winter Olympics get underway this week. At left, from top, are ice dancers Charlie White and Meryl Davis, and Maia and Alex Shibutani, all current students; and alumnus Evan Bates with his partner Madison Chock. Former U-M men's hockey team members playing for various national teams are, from top, Brian Lebler, Carl Hagelin and Max Pacioretty.

January 31, 2014

Concussion sensors

Crash-testing concussion sensors | MconneX | MichEpedia

In recent years, the sports, science and medical communities have come to understand the devastating long-term effects that repeated concussions and even weaker blows to the head can have on athletes' brains. This video shows how U-M engineers and doctors are testing two high-profile head impact sensors that could improve understanding of how the head and neck respond to hits that athletes might experience.

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