March 16, 2020
Kristin Heinrich, a transfer recruiting coordinator for LSA, recently welcomed a foster dog into her home and life. It provided a way for her to help without the long-term commitment of adopting another dog.
March 9, 2020
Jamie Vander Broek, an art librarian at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library, and her husband are renovating a 1,600-square-foot Cape Cod-style house on the far west side of Ann Arbor.
February 24, 2020
Theo Chalogianis, the first lead police officer embedded in the Michigan Medicine community, plays drums in a Greek band called Oneiro, Greek for “dream,” and has practiced aikido for 25 years.
February 10, 2020
Jenna Long, an academic adviser in the School of Nursing, recently revived her passion and love for ceramics by enrolling in a class seven years after she last sat at a pottery wheel.
January 20, 2020
When Lisa Murray received the phone call from Sony Pictures Studios in September, she thought it was either spam or a prank. It wasn’t. A month later she was in Los Angeles, competing on “Jeopardy!”
December 9, 2019
Paul Sutherland was born and raised in Ann Arbor, and while his career has taken him to Greece and on a popular late-night TV show, the new media technician remains loyal to his hometown.
November 25, 2019
By day, Ingrid Racine is an academic program specialist for the Center for World Performance Studies, and by night, she performs as a professional trumpeter and composer.
November 11, 2019
John Megahan did not initially intend to pursue art as a career. And yet, when the opportunity arose, he took it. Megahan is the senior biological illustrator for U-M’s Museum of Zoology.
November 4, 2019
Robby Griswold created an RC Podcast to more effectively inform faculty, students and alumni about the various projects and opportunities at the Residential College.
September 30, 2019
Brandon Patterson, a Medical School Department of Radiology research fellow, has co-authored a children’s book, with a focus on academic research on fluid mechanics and cavitation.