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  1. Michigan Minds Podcast: Safety realities of autonomous vehicles

    Public Engagement & Impact

    By Terry Kosdrosky Public Engagement & Impact   There’s a lot of excitement about the potential for autonomous vehicles, and plenty of speculation that crashes will be a thing of…

Government Committee Members


  1. Raghunathan served on CDC National Center for Health Statistics Board
    Public Engagement & Impact, Washington Update
  2. Ryan Advises Michigan Governor on Juvenile Justice
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Joseph Ryan, PhD, School of Social Work, Child and Adolescent Data Lab
  3. Anderson is chair of U.S. Census Bureau Census Scientific Advisory Committee
    Washington Update, Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Barbara A. Anderson, PhD, sociology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
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Awards & Recognition


  • James S. Jackson
    President’s Award for National and State Leadership LSA; School of Public Health Psychology; Health Behavior and Health Education
  • Ella Atkins
    President’s Award for National and State Leadership College of Engineering; Aerospace Engineering
  • Meghan Duffy
    President’s Award for Public Impact LSA; Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Arthur Lupia
    President’s Award for Public Impact LSA; Political Science

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Events


  • 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). Refreshments will be served from 9:55-10:20 a.m. before each talk begins.

  • Facilitating School Partnerships Through Campus Collaboration – Paving the Way to Detroit.

    Hear from U-M School of Education Dean Elizabeth Moje and DPSCD Leaders Nikolai Vitti and Alycia Meriweather as they share the Detroit Public School Strategic Plan and U-M/DPSCD Partnership Update. Learn more about collaborating with DPSCD and network with your fellow faculty on Jan. 31 in Pretcher Lab, School of Education.

  • Wolverine Caucus: Changing Course In International Trade Policy — Implications for Michigan, the United States, and the World

    Please join us for an enlightening presentation by Professor Alan Deardorff who will explore the impact of the Trump administration’s trade policy in Michigan, the United States, and the world.

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