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    Jianjia Cheng Wins Third Place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Intervention Paper Competition

    Jianjia Cheng won third place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Intervention paper competition. The paper was titled, "A Cultural Competency Training for Social Workers who Provide Mental Health Services to the Latino Population in Washtenaw County."

    • March 11, 2018
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    Mackenzie Mann Wins Third Place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Policy Memo Paper Competition

    Mackenzie Mann won third place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Policy Memo paper competition. The paper was titled, "NASW Response to the Agricultural Guestworker Act, H.R. 4092."

    • March 11, 2018
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    Margaret Cease Wins First Place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Intervention Paper Competition

    Margaret Cease won first place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Intervention paper competition. The paper was titled, "The Special Meals Project."

    • March 11, 2018
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    Zainab Farhat Wins Second Place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Policy Memo Paper Competition

    Zainab Farhat won second place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Policy Memo paper competition. The paper was titled, "Dismantling Zero Tolerance: Achieving Equity in School Discipline."

    • March 11, 2018
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    Elizabeth Vestal Wins First Place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Policy Memo Paper Competition

    Elizabeth Vestal won first place in the Learning Community on Poverty and Inequality Policy Memo paper competition. The paper was titled, "Retention and Continued Service for Transgender Members of the Armed Forces."

    • March 11, 2018
  6. Joseph P. Ryan
     
    Joe Ryan Featured as Panelist for the Celebrating University of Michigan Faculty Impact, Now and Future Program

    Associate Professor Joe Ryan was a panelist for the Celebrating University of Michigan Faculty Impact, Now and Future program. The panel was moderated by President Mark Schlissel and discussed how faculty leverage their research to inform social change.

    • March 11, 2018
  7. Taha Rauf
     
    Taha Rauf Receives Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship

    Taha Rauf was selected to receive a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship.  The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship supports outstanding doctoral students who have achieved candidacy and are actively working on dissertation research and writing. They support students working on dissertations that are unusually creative, ambitious and impactful.

    • March 11, 2018
  8. H. Luke  Shaefer
     
    Luke Shaefer Discusses Poverty with Michigan Radio’s Stateside

    Professor H. Luke Shaefer, Ph.D., joined Stateside Radio to discuss the issue of poverty and what the government can do to help.

  9. Daphne C. Watkins
     
    Daphne Watkins will be a featured speaker at Michigan State University’s Making Relationships Work: A Summit on Black Male Academic Success and Inclusion

    Associate Professor Daphne Watkins will be a featured speaker at Michigan State University’s Making Relationships Work: A Summit on Black Male Academic Success and Inclusion.  She will be presenting her work on the YBMen Project, an educational and social support program for young black men which serves as a mechanism through which we can learn about the strategies that influence and shape young black men’s ideas and experiences with mental health.

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    Payton Watt was awarded the TEDx 2018 Award for Innovation

    Payton Watt, CASC student and Vice President of Michigan is My Home, was awarded the TEDx 2018 Award for Innovation for the group’s advocacy work with the Ann Arbor homeless community.  The award celebrates putting imaginative and ingenious ideas into impactful action.  Michigan is My Home empowers individuals and families experiencing homelessness through packaging programs, social advocacy and community engagement.

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