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November 14, 2018

Multimedia Features

October 18, 2018

IPE in Action

Brent Williams, professor of internal medicine and a member of the U-M Complex Care Management Program, makes a presentation at IPE in Action on Wednesday as other members of the interprofessional team of care providers who also presented look on. The presentation was part of an inaugural event that drew more than 1,200 health science students and faculty to Crisler Center for what is considered a watershed moment in the relatively new IPE initiative at U-M. (Photo by Scott C. Soderberg, Michigan Photography)

October 18, 2018

Changing lives through code

Changing Lives Through Code

How can a simple game of Rock, Paper, Scissors help high school students learn to code in the computer language Python? In this video, Robin Brewer, assistant professor of information, works through Brave Initiatives to show high school girls the opportunities in technology.

October 17, 2018

Art and science

Reciprocal Shades is a structure designed and built by architecture doctoral student Omid Oliyan Torghabehi, and installed in June. It’s now on display in front of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens main entrance. Reciprocal Shades is a research project whose design is based on the historical reciprocal frame structure construction method. (Photo courtesy of Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum)

October 16, 2018

Customizing community libraries

Stories of Our State | Creatively engaging local communities

Niles, Benzonia and other Michigan communities are partnering with the School of Information to engage residents in creative ways through their libraries. In this video, Kristin Fontichiaro, a clinical associate professor at the School of Information, and Laura Hollister, adult services team leader at the Niles District Library, discuss how this project is playing out in the southwestern Michigan city of Niles.

October 15, 2018

Maternal morbidity

Maternal morbidity: Study reveals disparities by race, ethnicity and health status of mother

A U-M research team’s review of data from millions of U.S. births finds higher rates of dangerous delivery-related conditions in new mothers of color and those with certain underlying health conditions. In this video, Lindsay Admon, clinical lecturer in obstetrics and gynecology and the study’s lead author, discusses the findings and the disparities found by race, ethnicity and underlying health status of the mother.