Week in Review: Week of Aug. 19, 2019
School is almost back in session, and this week readers were “schooled” on all that’s going on at Michigan Medicine!
For instance, employees learned how they can help area children through the annual school supply drive; team members were taught how they can help play a role during the organization’s journey to high reliability; faculty and staff were given a history lesson about the North Campus Research Complex — just in time for its 10th anniversary; and readers were prepped for next week’s student move-in.
In case you missed any of that, here’s the latest!
Beyond backpacks: Help students get school supplies and health nutrition
Last year, 402 backpacks and 161 cases of a variety of school supplies were collected during the annual school supply drive at Michigan Medicine. This year, the organization hopes to break that record. Learn more about the drive — including what the most-needed items are — and see how you can help Washtenaw County children in need!
Employees are ‘the key to our success’: Everyone has a role to play on journey to high reliability
Michigan Medicine is embarking on a journey to high reliability, ensuring that the organization runs as effectively and safely as possible. No matter your role — as administrator, clinician or central services team member — everyone across the organization is crucial to ensuring the organization’s success. Click here, and listen to The Wrap above, for more about this important process!
An experiment in expansion: NCRC at 10 years
In January 2007, Pfizer left its expansive 174-acre facility in the northeast corner of Ann Arbor. Two years later, the university moved in, making the North Campus Research Complex one of the nation’s most important centers for medical research and innovation. Check out this story for a rundown of the fascinating 10-year history of NCRC!
Plan ahead: Student move-in 2019 coming next week
Student move-in is almost here! Next week, thousands of undergraduates will descend upon Ann Arbor to begin a new school year at U-M. To help you prepare, please be advised that there will be multiple changes to usual traffic and parking patterns around Michigan Medicine facilities. Click through for details!
Stay in the know, on the go, by checking out The Wrap above!
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