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2020 Virtual Art Fair: Photography

July 23, 2020

Click on each photo for a larger view:   A list of the artists whose work can be viewed above: Sandra Hess, B.A., R.R.T., clinical research technician associate, Michigan Medicine Asthma Research Program Stephen King, administrative assistant senior, Office of Clinical Affairs Stephanie King, Department of Communication Elizabeth Kotus, ULAM Chuck Marshall, Revenue Cycle Angela Natalie Martin, patient services associate, breast imaging/radiology A. Bilge Ozel, M.S., Ph.D., research area specialist, human genetics Golfo Tzilos Wernette, Ph.D., assistant professor, family medicine and psychiatry Sara Williams, M.B.A., administrative specialist, quality administration Kathleen M. Woods Ignatoski, Ph.D., research area specialist-compliance, CBATS…

2020 Virtual Art Fair: Mixed media, quilts, fiber arts, miscellaneous

July 23, 2020

Click on each artwork to view a larger image: A list of the artists whose work can be viewed above: Kimberly Arnold, patient services senior, East Ann ArborMollie Bodin, M.A., business intelligence analyst, Clinical Trials Support OfficeRenee Bradley R.N., B.S.N., C.C.M., Briarwood Medical GroupAlison Knapp, business analyst, Office of Development Diane Marriott, Dr.P.H., Multipayer Primary Care Initiatives, statewide convenerErica Pearson, R.N., ACNRP surgical cluster Tara Snapper, summer internAnn Wagar, events manager, Office of Development To view more categories of artwork, click below: Drawings, jewelry and graphic art PaintingPhotographyPoetry and literature

2020 Virtual Art Fair: Painting

July 23, 2020

Click on each piece of art to see a larger image:   A list of the artists whose work can be viewed above: Eva Antebi-Lerman, research assistant, psychiatry/neuropsychiatry Jennifer Barney, call center representative, Canton Health Center Emily Fleming, administrative assistant, Office of Regulatory Affairs Sanyia Gilliam, daughter of Sennettra Gilliam, administrative assistant, neurology Alexander Gomez, son of Brenda Wehrli, director of development, women's and children's health Stephanie King, Department of Communication Dawn Kleindorfer, M.D., chair, Department of Neurology Elizabeth Kotus, ULAM Mary Light, B.S.N., R.N., VA-BC, vascular access team John Rodriquez, Jr., project manager, Consortium for Verification Technology…

Recognize champions of disability issues

July 16, 2020

Creating a youth summer camp where medical care is built in. Designing architectural solutions to improve building access. Fostering partnerships, between undergraduate engineering students and clients with physical impairments, to invent new products. These are a few examples of the work celebrated by the James T. Neubacher Award. Established by the university's Council for Disability Concerns in October 1990, the award is a memorial to James T. Neubacher, a university alumnus and columnist for the Detroit Free Press who advocated for equal rights and opportunities for people with disabilities. Nominations are now being accepted for 31st annual James T. Neubacher…

Support workplace well-being: Become an MHealthy Champion

July 15, 2020

Earlier this spring, Abi Borener, an MLB financial specialist and MHealthy Champion for LSA Finance, wanted to help encourage her coworkers to take care of themselves while working from home. She decided to…

Making a Difference: June 2020 highlights

July 14, 2020

Employees across Michigan Medicine continue to make a difference and inspire colleagues through their hard work and dedication. Recognizing the contributions employees make to the organization helps the team to become…

The Power of Prevention: Together, we can save lives

July 13, 2020

Social distancing and wearing masks can help limit the spread of COVID-19. As health care workers and members of the communities in which we work and live, we are in a…

Reminder: Participate in Headlines’ first-ever virtual art fair!

July 13, 2020

With this year’s Ann Arbor Art Fair canceled due to COVID-19, Headlines decided to step in and fill the void. You are asked to share your incredible talents with the Michigan Medicine community as part of a virtual art fair! So what are your creative outlets? Do you paint, draw or practice photography? Maybe you do woodworking in your garage or shed. Or maybe you play an instrument, sing or write poems or short stories. Email photos of your existing artwork, recordings of your music, poems or short stories to headlines@med.umich.edu and you could be featured in an upcoming edition of Headlines!…

#Lastcall: Be a Michigan Medicine DEI Social Media Ambassador!

July 10, 2020

The Office for Health Equity and Inclusion is excited to launch its all new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Social Media Ambassador initiative. If you have an interest in diversity, equity and inclusion events and efforts at and around Michigan Medicine, you are invited to join the conversation on Twitter, whether you are currently active on social media or not. On Tuesday, July 14 from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., Ed Bottomley, social media strategist for Michigan Medicine, along with the Office for Health Equity and Inclusion, will host a virtual social media ambassador training to navigate the dos and don’ts…