November 20, 2019

Faculty/Staff Spotlights

  1. September 9, 2019 Photo of Amanda Alexander
    “As a lawyer, I wanted to think about how to much more proactively help people.”

    Amanda Alexander, senior research scholar and founder of the Detroit Justice Center

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  2. September 3, 2019 Photo of Alison Narayan in her lab
    “As a woman in science, I want to see more women in science.”

    Alison Narayan, William R. Roush Assistant Professor and assistant professor of chemistry

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  3. August 12, 2019 Photo of Daphne Watkins

    “I think men are handed a rulebook just like women. I would love to be one of the people who helps rewrite the rules for us all.”

    Daphne Watkins, associate professor of social work

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  4. July 29, 2019 Photo of Susan Crowell

    “I’m really big on real knowledge rather than something that looks like real knowledge. And I’m interested in real-time beauty rather than ‘Instagram beauty.’”

    Susan Crowell, professor of art in the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design and the Residential College

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  5. July 15, 2019 Photo of Jeannie Kain with her son Stephan

    “To see the faces of the veterans and to hear their expressions of gratitude is just so heartwarming and moving.”

    Jeannie Kain, senior auditor in the Office of Audit Services

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  6. June 24, 2019 Photo of Sofia Merajver

    “I still feel that a lot of education’s energy is wasted putting people in categories and in their places, instead of teaching them how to think and how to question the existing paradigms.”

    Sofia Merajver, professor of internal medicine and epidemiology

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  7. June 10, 2019 Photo of Shannon Spicer

    “I remember watching everything the nurses did and thinking I should take notes because I knew I wanted to do that someday.”

    Shannon Spicer, nurse technician in the pediatric cancer unit at the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, and childhood leukemia survivor

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  8. May 20, 2019 Photo of David Chung in the editing room

    “I like working with filmmaking because it’s very collaborative.”

    David Chung, professor of art and design, who uses visual art to convey his work on topics such as diasporic populations and cultural assimilation.

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  9. May 6, 2019 Photo of Ramaswami Mahalingam

    “It may look like there are many different issues I am pursuing, but I am essentially looking at issues of marginality.”

    Ramaswami Mahalingam, professor of psychology and women’s studies, and director of the Barger Leadership Institute

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  10. April 29, 2019 Photo of Leseliey Welch

    “Health is about politics, it’s about money, it’s about whose lives you value, and how much. So that’s why I study public health.”

    Leseliey Welch, lecturer II in women’s studies and an intermittent lecturer in health behavior and health education

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