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UMRA-U-M Retirees Association Presents: Climate Change and What it Means for the Great Lakes

Johnathan Overpeck: Samuel A. Graham Dean; William B. Strapp Collegiate Professor of Environmental Education; Professor, Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering; Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences, School of Environment and Sustainability

Dean Overpeck is an interdisciplinary climate scientist and has led active climate research programs on five continents. His research is...

UMRA- U-M Retirees Association Presents: People-Centric Language Computing

Dr. Rada Mihalcea, Janice M. Jenkins Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Director of Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, University of Michigan College of Engineering

Dr. Mihalcea holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Southern Methodist University and a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Oxford. In 2008 Mihalcea...

UMRA-U-M Retiree Association Presents: The Passport as Home: Comfort in Rootlessness

Andrei Markovits, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, Karl W. Deutsch Colllegiate Professor of Comparative Politics and German Studies, and Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature, Political Science and Sociology in the College of Literature, Science and

The title of this talk is also the title of his most recent book, The Passport as Home: Comfort in Rootlessness. this is a story of an...

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