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Education Disruption and Transformation

Presented by Elizabeth Birr Moje, dean, Marsal Family School of Education; George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Education; Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, School of Education; faculty associate, Institute for Social Research; and faculty affiliate in

Dr. Moje will discuss the challenges facing education, their implications (the pandemic,...

The Health and National Security Risks of Drug Shortages

Presented by Andrew G. Shuman, MD, FACS, HEC-C, associate professor, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, U-M Medical School. He serves as chief of the clinical ethics service in the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine (C

During this presentation, Schuman will share his recent testimony to Congress about medication shortages, his...

Pain Resilience and More Rewarding Self- Management

Afton L. Hassett, PsyD, Associate Professor and Director of Pain and Opioid Research, Department of Anesthesiology, U-Michigan. She is a principal investigator at the Chronic Pain & Fatigue Research and author of “Chronic Pain Reset: 30 Days of Activi

University of Michigan Retires Association, Health Day Presentation...

Noise is Damaging Your Body,

Sally L Lusk, PhD, RN, FAOHN,FAAN, Professor Emerita Following retirement, she has focused on the effects of and reduction of Environmental Noise Her modest goal is just to Change the World !!!! (Making it more quiet.)

The world recognizes that Noise can cause hearing loss and tinnitus. But...

An Eye to the Future: Ocular Health as We Age,

Dr. Ariane Kaplan is an Associate Professor, Kellogg Eye Center, and the Operating Room Medical Director and Co-Director of Medical Student Education for KEC and Director of Career Advising for Medical Students within UMMS Office of Student Services

Dr. Kaplan will discuss the structures of the eye, how they work to allow...

Looking at Climate Change through an Indigenous Lens

Presented by Kyle Whyte, George Willis Pack Professor, School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS); founding faculty director of the Tishman Center for Social Justice and the Environment; and principal investigator of the Energy Equity Project

Dr. Whyte will discuss the moral and political issues concerning climate policy, especially their effects on Indigenous peoples.

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