Each year The University Record profiles selected prospective graduates who highlight the range of experiences and people who attend U-M. This week, the Record concludes its package with stories on two graduates. Two others were profiled last week.
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As part of his diabetes advocacy work, David Schapiro has traveled around the country giving speeches, meeting with lawmakers and conducting research. The recent College of Pharmacy graduate hopes to find a cure for the disease and help improve the lives of people who have it. It’s a mission inspired partly by personal experience: Schapiro has diabetes.
Tiffany Harris’ impressive career at U-M includes serving as a mentor, tutor and the president of two student organizations. But it was a life-changing study abroad experience that helped solidify her career goals. The LSA student, who double majored in political science and African American studies, wants to become a lawyer focusing on using restorative justice to help reduce gender-based violence in South Africa.