Archive for April, 2011

Congratulations to Mitaire Ojaruega was offered and just accepted a AAAS Fellowship in Energy, Environment, and Agriculture

Congratulations to Mitaire Ojaruega (PhD Applied Physics 2009 and STPP) was offered and just accepted a AAAS Fellowship in Energy, Environment, and Agriculture. Starting in September, he will be working in the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy Office. Best Wishes, Mitaire!

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Congratulations to Ricky Buch who has accepted a position at GE Energy

Ricky, who is completing his Business Administration MBA at the Ross School in addition to his STPP certificate, will be joining GE Energy in their Experienced Commercial Leadership Program. Congratulations, Ricky!

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Congratulations to Alex Farivar, awarded the Tisdale Public Policy Fellowship

Alex Farivar (MPP, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy) was awarded the Eben Tisdale Public Policy Fellowship and will be working for the Government Affairs for Business Software Alliance in Washington DC this summer!

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Shobita Parthasarathy’s opinion piece, “Gene Patents and Democracy,” was posted to Nature.com’s online community for breaking news on science research and policy, “The Great Beyond”.

Nature.com posts Parthasarathy op-ed, “Gene Patents and Democracy”

Shobita Parthasarathy’s opinion piece, “Gene Patents and Democracy,” was posted to Nature.com’s online community for breaking news on science research and policy, “The Great Beyond”.

Parthasarathy penned the piece in advance of the April 4 U.S. Court of Appeals review of a case that challenges the patentability of ……

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Congratulations to Adam Swinburn, who has accepted a position as Health Policy Analyst with Mathematica Policy Research

Adam Swinburn, a Public Policy MPP and STPP student, is delighted to have accepted a position as a Health Policy Analyst with Mathematica Policy Research in Ann Arbor. He’ll be joining friends from the Ford School, including one with whom he shared one of his STPP optional classes, ‘Efforts at Health Care Reform in ……

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