May 2, 2022
Esme Gregory, human resources assistant at the Institute for Social Research, is the defending ladies cart champion at the Haflinger and Hitch Pony Championship Series finals in Massachusetts.
April 18, 2022
Joanne Pierson serves as the project manager for DyslexiaHelp, a donor-funded, web-based information and resource center through the School of Education.
April 11, 2022
Alison Rivett, associate director of the Arts Initiative, has created several paintings inspired by Ph.D. dissertations, including one based on a Greek-language papyrus letter from a man to his wife.
April 4, 2022
Officer Joseph Dunny is one of two K-9 patrol units within the Division of Public Safety and Security. He has worked with Taser and Tank and currently patrols with Columbo, a Belgian Malinois.
March 28, 2022
Holly Kelchner, an aquatic ecology research analyst with the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research, lists scuba diving and sailing among her passions.
March 7, 2022
Devin Berghorst, senior case manager for student support services in the Dean of Students Office, estimates among the couple thousand comics he’s obtained over the years, between 400-500 are Captain America.
January 10, 2022
Before she joined U-M a decade ago, Anne Kadrovich rubbed elbows with the likes of Madonna, Gwen Stefani and Michael Jackson.
November 8, 2021
Tony DeLaRosa serves UM-Dearborn as assistant director of experiential learning at the College of Engineering and Computer Science. He’s been with the university since 2001.
November 1, 2021
Lara Unger, digital conversion supervisor at the U-M Library, has made more than 50 artist’s books over the years, ranging from a book made largely of computer items to one that resembles a movie camera.
October 25, 2021
Kelly Miltimore, a registered nurse who works in the Central Staffing Resources at Michigan Medicine, wrote “A Zebra in a Field of Horses: One Parent’s Candid Truth About Raising a Child with Special Needs.”