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The U-M theory, and how the team will use Parker to test it, is laid out in a paper published June 4 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.
The U-M study was published in the April edition of research journal Nature Communications.
The relationships help U-M, a large and predominantly White institution, better understand and value diversity in perspectives and also help shift the focus of equity conversations from deficits to assets, says Graham.
It's led by Rebecca Hasson, U-M associate professor of kinesiology and nutritional sciences, and was developed with the U-M schools of public health, education and architecture and urban planning, and Project Healthy Schools, according to a U-M news release.
Henderson was the beneficiary of the leadership and vision of U-M President James B.
The Mcity Test Facility, which opened in 2015, was developed by U-M with support from the Michigan Department of Transportation.
Ross Athletic Campus buildings, a home for all U-M student-athletes, set for completion in 2018.
In addition, documentation of the patient's visit to their Meijer pharmacy will be included in their electronic medical record so the patient can easily discuss the reading and assessment with their U-M Health System provider at their next medical visit.
"It's funny because people often say to me that libraries are so 20th century," says James Hilton, dean of libraries at U-M. While the term "library" can refer to everything from a building or floor to a collection of papers, films, or objects, the "official" number of University libraries (meaning those with staffed service desks) numbers 19.
Axalta will host several U-M students for events including garage tours, reception dinners and prime views of races.
U-M has launched WellSpringboard.org as a crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platform for medical research at the U-M Health System.