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The YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit will honor President Mary Sue Coleman during its Women's History Month Celebration luncheon March 29 at The Century Club. "Mary Sue Coleman's success is a testament to her intelligence, determination and hard work, and provides inspiration to all women and girls in our community," says Emma Peterson, president and CEO of the YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit.

Life Sciences Institute (LSI) Research Professor Daniel Klionsky was one of 21 scientists named an Education Mentor in the Life Sciences by The National Academies Feb. 21. Klionsky also is the Abram Sager Collegiate Professor of Life Sciences, professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology and biological chemistry, and a National Science Foundation Distinguished Teaching Scholar.

Dr. Andrew Flint, professor of pathology in the Medical School, is the recipient of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) 2006 National Golden Apple for Teaching Excellence Award. The award will be presented later this month at the AMSA 56th annual convention in Chicago.

Kun-Liang Guan, the Halvor N. Christensen Collegiate Professor in the Life Sciences, professor of biological chemistry, and research professor in the Life Sciences Institute and Institute of Gerontology, received a Distinguished Agricultural Alumni Award from Purdue University March 3. The award honors mid-career Purdue College of Agriculture graduates who have made significant contributions to their profession or society in general and have a record of outstanding accomplishments.

 

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