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Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight: Beverly Tatum

Beverly returned to Ann Arbor recently. Her career as a psychologist, author, educator, and administrator has had a profound influence on a generation of students, a distinction the University of Michigan wanted to recognize. They did so on a grand scale, as she received an honorary doctorate at the U-M commencement ceremony in May to sit beside the one she earned at U-M in 1984.

Alumni Spotlight: Cheri Chan

Born in Hong Kong, Cheri Chan (2007) attended British boarding school and then began her journey as an international student at Cornell University in 2000, where she majored in Biological Sciences with a minor in Cognitive Science. Initially, she considered pursuing a career in cancer research; however, as she progressed in her degree program, Cheri realized that she was becoming increasingly passionate about another topic: how culture and language work together to shape the way we view the world and how we interact with others.

Alumni Spotlight: Patricia Griffin

Patricia Griffin recognizes that many graduate students weren’t as financially fortunate as she was.

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