Expect the sound of music to emanate soon and often from the school's new Letorneau organ, a gift from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance.
Growing up in rural Sudan, Mohamed Elsunni lost members of his own family to malaria, and the memory sticks.
"Hot dogs" are Reason No. 3 that students in the School of Public Health's Human Nutrition Program decided to launch a schoolwide survey in spring 2007 on "The SPH Nutrition Environment."
The class of 2009 roared into Ann Arbor in late August with enough books, dogs, iPods, babies, cats, plants, teddy bears, laptops, cameras, paintings, mascots, T-shirts, hoodies, and hats to fill two SPH auditoriums.
To a colleague who joked that he was too nice a guy to be a cardiothoracic surgeon, Martin Spoor just smiled. "It doesn't hurt to be nice," he said.
During her internship last summer with the Child in Need Institute south of Kolkata (Calcutta), India, photo-journalist and second-year M.P.H. candidate Sheila Krishnan logged more than 2,000 pictures of villagers in West Bengal.