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Regents approve projects, honors

The Board of Regents has approved the naming of the Ford School of Public Policy building and a new parking fee structure for the Ann Arbor campus. At the Feb. 19 meeting board members also gave the nod to five Thurnau professors and three Russel award recipients. Regents also approved an expansion of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Program and Perinatal Assessment Center, a service that offers help to couples struggling with infertility or high-risk pregnancies.

Stories:
Joan and Sanford Weill give $5M for Ford School building>

U-M sets three-year employee parking permit rates>
Five named to Thurnau professorships>
Austin, Conrad and Goodison to receive Russel Award>
Expanded reproduction, perinatal centers to improve patient service>

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