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Anti-racism initiatives, including George Floyd scholarship, coming to the University of Michigan With help from alumnus Marchell Willian, UM also is establishing the George Floyd Memorial Scholarship, officials said. Willian gave the lead endowment to establish the scholarship fund, which will give preference to students who have participated in Wolverine Pathways — the college-readiness program...
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Among the $1.71 billion donated to programs, UM received its largest donation in the history of its health system. The $150 million commitment from longtime donors Richard and Susan Rogel was intended to boost innovative cancer research. It also helped establish the Wolverine Pathways program, which offers a full four-year scholarship to UM to students...
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A proud U-M alum and an executive campus champion for the U-M/Accenture partnership, he keeps up with news and events at his alma mater, something made easier by his proximity working as a managing director at the Detroit-based offices of Accenture, the global consulting firm.
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UM's Wolverine Pathways program saw its first class of 88 students graduate during the summer. Of the 88 scholars, 80 - 91 percent - are attending a four-year college or university.
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The Go Blue Guarantee is one of three full-tuition initiatives UM is pursuing to increase the school’s diversity. Also arriving in the fall are the first students enrolled in UM’s Wolverine Pathways, a program launched by UM in 2015. It offers current sixth- and ninth-grade students the opportunity to join the program as they begin...
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Robert Sellers, vice provost for equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer, has announced the appointment of Carla O'Connor as director of Wolverine Pathways. She will replace the program's founding director, Robert Jagers, on June 1.
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It's a short 15-minute drive from his office in downtown Ann Arbor to Ypsilanti High School, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel told a room full of promising prospective college students recently.
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As part of the plan UM has broken ground on a new $10 million multicultural center at the heart of campus and approved funding for the Wolverine Pathways program, which helps increase under-represented students as it creates a pipeline to the university for students from the Ypsilanti and Southfield communities. The program expanded to Detroit...
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In an interview with The Daily, University President Mark Schlissel discussed the progress of the DEI plan and his feelings on current campus climate. He articulated his excitement regarding a few of the upcoming initiatives in relation to diversity and inclusion, such as Wolverine Pathways, which works with secondary-school students in Detroit, Ypsilanti and Southfield,...
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Starting in January 2018, any current or future in-state student whose family makes $65,000 or less a year will be eligible for free tuition for four years. That's worth about $60,000 for those four years total.
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