Week in Review: Week of Nov. 27, 2017
As the calendar flips to December, help celebrate the most wonderful time of the year by catching up on some of the wonderful stories that ran in Headlines this week.
Readers were given an inside look at Michigan Medicine’s newest health center, West Ann Arbor-Parkland Plaza; the Department of Pathology gave insight into how they impact patient care, education and research; Shiela Julin shared why those in the academic medical center inspire her daily; and faculty and staff gave back to the university in record numbers on Giving Blueday.
In case you missed it, here’s the latest!
Opening act: West Ann Arbor-Parkland Plaza welcomes its first patients
Today closes out the first full week for faculty and staff at Michigan Medicine’s newest facility, West Ann Arbor-Parkland Plaza. Click here to take a look inside the new building and to find out how it is helping the organization reach more patients and influence more lives across the region.
Meet Michigan Medicine: Department of Pathology
From drawing blood to reading slides and making diagnoses, the dedicated members of the Department of Pathology impact patients, students and coworkers every day. Learn more about this team, the invaluable services they provide and how they work seamlessly with Michigan Medicine team members in all areas of the academic medical center.
Why I Work Here: Shiela Julin, Graduate Medical Education
Michigan Medicine is a world-class destination for patient care, education and research — all thanks to its exceptional faculty and staff. One employee, Shiela Julin of Graduate Medical Education, recently sat down with Headlines to share how individuals across the organization inspire her every day. Find out what she had to say!
Record number of donors support university on fourth Giving Blueday
On Tuesday — the annual day of giving — faculty, staff, students and alumni were asked to support programs of their choice at U-M. The response was overwhelming, with a record number of donors — more than 8,000 — raising more than $4.4 million for the university. Click through for details of the historic day and to find out many of the causes that will benefit from the community’s generosity!