Greetings from your president! No, this is not George Bush. And, no for those of you who are old enough to remember you have not been drafted into military service. This is Tom VanEsley '75, your College of Liberal Arts and Education (CLAE) Alumni Council president, updating you on the recent activities of your Alumni Council.
Message from the Dean
My initial year as dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Education has been marked by a number of important events.
Two-time Fulbright Scholar Gregory
Sumner will teach in Japan
Professor of History Gregory Sumner has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholar grant for the 2005-2006 academic year.
Warren C. Evans: Sheriff fights crime,
A Detroit native, Wayne County Sheriff Warren C. Evans ’86, has served more than 34 years in numerous areas of law enforcement in Wayne County, starting as a deputy at age 21 and becoming the department’s youngest-ever lieutenant at age 28.
Elmore Leonard ’50, shares his
expertise with students
On April 5, UDM students and faculty were treated to a special opportunity to learn more about creative writing from respected novelist Elmore Leonard ’50, who also happens to be a graduate of the English Department.
Alumni gather for Godspell and afterglow
More than 300 people, including Liberal Arts and Education alumni and family, attended the the Theatre Company’s final performance of the popular musical Godspell on April 10.
New study abroad program takes students
The University offers several study abroad programs for students, faculty and staff, and this spring, the Language and Cultural Training Department launched a new travel opportunity in Brazil.
UDM students compete to become
country’s most ethical
On February 4th, Raoul's Raiders repeated for the third consecutive year as the champion of the UDM Ethics Bowl, sponsored by the Department of Philosophy.