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  1. Why is it so hard to get an accurate vote count?

    The Conversation Featured: Michael Traugott, PhD, Center for Political Studies, Institute for Social Research

Government Committee Members

  1. Ryan Advises Michigan Governor on Juvenile Justice
    Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Joseph Ryan, PhD, School of Social Work, Child and Adolescent Data Lab
  2. 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
  3. West Advises Bureau of Labor Statistics on Survey Methodology
    Washington Update, Public Engagement & Impact Featured: Brady West, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research
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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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  • Staff & Faculty Lunch and Learn: Serving on a Nonprofit Board

    Are you a UM faculty or staff member interested in learning about serving on a non-profit board and connecting with local community organizations seeking board members? Please join the Ginsberg Center on Tuesday, October 16th in the Shapiro Library (Rm 2160) from 12-1:30 pm for a lunch and learn opportunity, lunch will be provided.

  • Science Café: You’re the scientist now! Citizen and community science in a connected world

    Have you ever helped with research by doing a Christmas bird count, helping to identify photos for an online project, or participating in local water testing? Join us as we explore the potential roles of citizen and community science projects in scientific research and public policy. We’ll highlight some U-M projects, with opportunities for involvement. The event will be held 5:30–7:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub. 

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