To Paul Draus, professor of sociology at UM-Dearborn, a trash-filled city alleyway is an opportunity. A river abused by industrial waste has potential. And people battling addiction have promise. Even though Draus is from Chicago, his work to reinvigorate Detroit might lead people to mistake him for a native Detroiter. #UMich Live your best work-life.
Drums have always been a part of Ian Antonio’s life. Antonio, Assistant Professor of Music in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, says “When people ask you what you want to do later in life, I never had anything else to say.” #UMichCareers help you live your best work-life.
As a senior case manager for Student Support Services, Devin Berghorst, is part of a super team in the Dean of Students Office. As a Marvel fan, he's also amassed a super-soldier-sized Captain America collection. #UMichCareers help you live your best work-life.
Nancy Ambrose King, Professor of Oboe in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, picked up running as a hobby in her mid-40s when her neighbor invited her to join a local 10K race and ended up completing a goal of running a marathon in all 50 states. #UMichCareers can support what you love.
Frank Turchan, executive chef at University of Michigan Dining, fishes for the best local foods from across the state to support sustainability and family businesses. And the results are pretty tasty. #UMichCareers can be what you make of them.
Seven years after last sitting at a pottery wheel, Jenna Long, an academic advisor in the School of Nursing, revived her passion for ceramics. As an adviser she assists students encountering many challenges, including divorces, pregnancies, and military deployments. #UMichCareers can be what you make of them. myumi.ch/BoDG8
Howard Tsai, project coordinator at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, is also a lecturer and teaches courses in Ann Arbor and Peru. Tsai is a strong supporter of utilizing the latest machines and methodologies and he urges his students to understand the importance of being proactive with their education. #UMichCareers can be what you make of them.
Paul Sutherland’s film work has carried him from Michigan to Greece to CBS’s “Late Late Show with James Corden.” In his current role with the Department of Film, TV, and Media, he supports faculty and staff with technical needs. #UMichCareers can be what you make of them.
John Megahan did not intend to pursue art as a career. But when the opportunity arose, he took it. He is now a biological illustrator for U-M’s Museum of Zoology, where he works with researchers and faculty to create illustrations and graphics for publications, events and other projects. #UMichCareers can be what you make of them. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMNBF
Robby Griswold, communications coordinator for the Residential College, created a podcast to inform faculty, students and alumni about projects and opportunities. He gained experience in fundraising and nonprofit work from a Californian Buddhist center and Zingerman’s, contributing to the creation of this podcast. #UMichcareers can be what you make of them. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMsGB