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Change needed for women on science and engineering faculty
Photo by Marcia Ledford, U-M Photo Services)


A climate study about women science and engineering faculty members on campus has found a sometimes chilly and negative working environment, a lack of leadership roles and mentoring, and the need for greater recruitment and retention. More>

Documentary brings awareness of depression on campus



"Depression is a very widespread experience. Literally millions of people suffer from it,” says Charles Behling, a lecturer in the psychology department and a clinical psychiatrist. Behling, who himself suffered from depression, is one of the people featured in the documentary. "One objective I had was to try to suggest that there should not be anything stigmatizing about being depressed, and that it is a frequent condition,” he says. More>


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