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  1. U-M celebrates public engagement, explores how to encourage more

    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: President Mark Schlissel; Joseph Ryan, School of Social Work; Rosina Bierbaum, School for Environment and Sustainability; Elizabeth Birr Moje, School of Education; Alec D. Gallimore; College of Engineering

    (Photo by Daryl Marshke, Michigan Photography)   By Terry Kosdrosky Public Engagement & Impact   An event celebrating public engagement at the University of Michigan showcased the momentum among faculty…

Government Committee Members


  1. Lemos serves on NSF Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education
    Featured: Maria Carmen Lemos, School for Environment and Sustainability
  2. Raghunathan served on CDC National Center for Health Statistics Board
    Public Engagement & Impact, Washington Update
  3. Ryan Advises Michigan Governor on Juvenile Justice
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Joseph Ryan, PhD, School of Social Work, Child and Adolescent Data Lab
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Awards & Recognition


  • Joseph Ryan
    President’s Award for Public Impact School of Social Work
  • Rosina Bierbaum
    President’s Award for National and State Leadership School for Environment and Sustainability

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Events


  • WORK / FORCE: Solving for Jobs, Mobility and Equity in an Era of Rapid Change

    What does the future of work look like? Join us March 26 as Walmart USA President & CEO Greg Foran and Michigan government and community leaders discuss how to promote equity as the nature of work evolves.

  • Saturday Morning Physics

    Join the U-M Department of Physics for the Saturday Morning Physics lecture series. Designed for general audiences, these free events offer a chance to hear physicists discuss their work in non-technical terms. The multimedia presentations include hands-on demonstrations, videos, and computer simulations. The seminars are held Saturday mornings, 10:30-11:30 a.m. at 170 & 182 Weiser Hall (formerly Dennison Building).

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