How We Learn | Findings Fall 2007 | University Michigan School of Public Health

How We Learn

  • From the Dean: Educating the Public Health Workforce

    From the Dean: Educating the Public Health Workforce

    A fundamental mission of a school of public health is to train the leaders of the field, and how well we do that job determines whether, in fact, we are doing our job, and whether the best and the brightest will continue to come to the University of Michigan to seek their leadership training.

  • Stalking the Beast: Cancer

    Stalking the Beast: Cancer

    The young woman in the wheelchair wears a white headscarf and robe. Her left hand trembles as she speaks to the doctor in whispers. Something is wrong, she tells him. Something in her brain. She finds it difficult to focus on his face--one of her eyes keeps wandering.

  • Hope in the Click of a Camera

    Hope in the Click of a Camera

    Angie Reyes knows just how tough things can be for kids in Detroit. "You ask teenagers where they'll be in ten years, and 80 percent say they'll be dead," she reports.

  • Ah-Ha! Moments

    Ah-Ha! Moments

    One of my first "ah-ha" moments was when I was about eight years old, and I was sitting on the living room couch while my mother read a story to my sister and me.

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