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  1. William Elliott III
    How do you Weather a Short-Term Financial Crisis?

    Professor William Elliott III essay “How Do You Weather a Short-Term Financial Crisis?” is published in New America.

  2. Shanna Katz Kattari
    Shanna Kattari Discusses Accessibility with the Cleveland Jewish News

    Assistant Professor Shanna Kattari discusses accessibility and inclusion with the Cleveland Jewish News.

  3. Roland W. Zullo
    Roland Zullo's Analysis of MDOT Contracts is Featured in Detroit Free Press

    Associate Research Scientist Roland Zullo's Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) analysis is featured in the Detroit Free Press. Zullo reviewed MDOT contracts and determined the State of Michigan spent $90 million more to hire private contractors for engineering and design work than it would have if it had maintained that work in-house over a three-year period.

  4. William L. Vanderwill
    William Vanderwill Recognized by Detroit City Council

    Field Educator William Vanderwill was recognized by the Detroit City Council for his outstanding leadership in the field of social work in sports.

    • February 11, 2019
  5. Terri L. Friedline
    Terri Friedline Writes Op-Ed Supporting Green New Deal for The American Prospect

    Associate Professor Terri Friedline wrote an op-ed "Want a Green New Deal? Then Challenge Global Capitalism" for The American Prospect. Friedline supports addressing inequities and rising global temperatures with the Green New Deal which challenges global capitalist activities that amplify racial and gender disparities in how people experience the effects of climate change.

  6. Joseph P. Ryan
    Joseph Ryan Selected for the President’s Award for Public Impact

    Professor Joseph Ryan will receive the President’s Award for Public Impact. The award honors individuals who have offered their academic research and expertise in tangible service of a major public-sector challenge.

  7. Bradley J. Zebrack
    Brad Zebrack Named a 2019 Association of Oncology Social Work Fellow

    Professor Brad Zebrack has been named a 2019 Association of Oncology Social Work Fellow. The fellowship recognizes and honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the science and practice of psychosocial oncology.

  8. Andrew C. Grogan-Kaylor
    American Academy of Pediatrics Says No More Spanking

    Associate Professor Andrew Grogan-Kaylor's meta-analysis of 50 years of research on corporal punishment was key in the recent American Academy of Pediatrics policy update on corporal punishment. The Academy - the largest professional organization for US pediatricians - is taking a strict stance against parents, caregivers and other adults using spanking, hitting or slapping to discipline children. The updated policy statement is the first major revise since 1998.

  9. Shanna Katz KattariAshley Lacombe-DuncanRachel T. Naasko
    Shanna Kattari, Ashley Lacombe-Duncan and Rachel Naasko 2019 Michigan Road Scholars

    The Michigan Road Scholars have selected Assistant Professors Shanna Kattari and Ashley Lacombe-Duncan and Field Educator Rachel Naasko to participate in the 2019 program. This 5-day educational tour exposes participants to the state’s economy, government and politics, culture, educational systems, health and social issues, history and geography.

    Designed to increase mutual knowledge and understanding between the university and the people and communities of the state, the tour introduces participants to locations the majority of U-M students call home. It also encourages university service to the public and suggests ways faculty can address state issues through research, scholarship and creative activity.

  10. Robert M. Ortega
    Robert Ortega Selected as National Child Welfare Workforce Institute Advisory Board Member

    Associate Professor Robert Ortega has been selected as a National Child Welfare Workforce Institute Advisory Board member. The institute’s mission is to increase the equity and effectiveness of child welfare practice.

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