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The University of Michigan welcomed more than 50 native students from across the country July 9-12 for the 10th biennial Graduate Horizons conference. The four-day workshop provided mentorship and advice to American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and First Nation’s students on the graduate admissions process, professional/career development, and the various fields of study and… Continue Reading Graduate Horizons Conference Provides Insight for Native Students
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In Support of the University of Michigan’s “Detroit City Study,” the Office of the Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion & Academic Affairs (OVPEIAA) is providing additional support for the Detroit Connector to extend it’s operations schedule on Thursdays and Fridays each week until 7:40 p.m., beginning the week of July 4 – August 26. Learn… Continue Reading OVPEIAA Provides Additional Support for Extended Bus Hours
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDqsDPBp9vo Three University of Michigan alumni and Detroit natives were honored for their career achievements and national contributions with induction into the University of Michigan Detroiter Hall of Fame. Lifelong Detroit advocate Tonya Allen (BA’94, MSW’96); renowned poet, publisher and editor Dudley Randall (MSLS ’51), and award-winning journalist and media expert Daniel Okrent (BA ’69)… Continue Reading U-M Alumni Discuss Detroit Impact at Hall of Fame Induction
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Sponsored by the Ford School of Public Policy and Supported by the Office of the Vice Provost for Equity, Inclusion and Academic Affairs, Graduate Horizons supports higher education among Native American students.
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