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September 22, 2014

Campus briefs

Work/Life balance is conference focus

September 22, 2014

Public policy professor pursues social justice at Supreme Court

In 1991, a young graduate student named Ann Chih Lin had a rare opportunity with the Supreme Court.

 Lin became involved in the landmark Supreme Court desegregation case Freeman vs. Pitts, as a consultant for the American Civil Liberties Union.

September 17, 2014

Search advisory committee for next ISR director is named

Provost Martha Pollack has named an advisory committee to search for a new director of the Institute for Social Research. The search process already has begun.

Jim House is chairing the committee, which has been charged with conducting a broad search and presenting an unranked slate of recommended candidates during winter term 2015.

September 16, 2014

Fourth annual campus Farmers' Market begins Thursday

The Central Student Government, University Unions and Michigan Dining will host the fourth annual Farmers' Market on three days this fall at locations on Central Campus and North Campus.

September 16, 2014

Faculty committees report on findings, recommendations

Months of work by three faculty-led committees have resulted in recommendations for continuing a strong commitment to innovative education, cutting-edge research, diversity, and affordability and access to a U-M education.

September 15, 2014

Campus briefs

CHRT Policy Fellowship applications due Oct. 1

September 12, 2014

Accolades

David Turnley

September 15, 2014

Optometrist serves campus, brings aid to Jamaica

A young woman living in Jamaica has been legally blind for more than 10 years, but because she lives in an underprivileged area, ocular care hasn't been readily available.

September 15, 2014

Series to focus on next generation of IT delivery at U-M

Campus leaders have been working with Laura Patterson, U-M’s chief information officer, to develop a shared vision of the future direction of information technology on our campuses. The goal is to ensure the university’s approach to IT supports the strategic direction of the institution’s global mission.

September 11, 2014

University laboratories asked to review biosafety procedures

In support of National Biosafety Stewardship Month, an initiative created by the National Institutes of Health, U-M is asking all laboratories on campus where biological research is performed to conduct an evaluation of their safety practices and procedures in September.

September 10, 2014

Nominations sought for honorary degree recipients

The valuable contributions that people from outside the U-M community make to better the world are important to consider and to recognize.

That is why President Mark S. Schlissel is encouraging members of the university community to nominate worthy individuals for consideration by the university's Honorary Degree Committee.

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