I found this to be such an interesting story. The University of Michigan has put together a detailed resource that covers one of the most devastating epidemics of the modern era, and it's not designed just for the medical or academic communities. Learn more about The American Influenza Epidemic of 1918-1919: A Digital Encyclopedia in a piece that I wrote for Examiner.com.
I realized that I had not posted in this space a recent article that I wrote for Examiner.com about the fact that U-M hospitals have once again earned national honors, so I wanted to further spotlight this important story now.
I realized today that I hadn't shared here in The Pulice Report an important story I wrote on June 7 for Examiner.com about C.S. Mott Children's Hospital earning its latest round of kudos, so please take a look.
I wrote this article tonight for Examiner.com, and the website to which I link contains plenty of information on a topic that is starting to get lots more attention, especially in the NFL, college football, and hockey.
Earlier this month I wrote about Michigan-based author and parent Annie Lubliner Lehmann's The Accidental Teacher: Life Lessons from My Silent Son, the first Open Text Project book from the University of Michigan Press. Lehmann will participate in a U-M Press Author Series event tomorrow (Tuesday) night, April 27, from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Gallery/Room 100 of the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library. Not only will she discuss The Accidental Teacher, which centers on raising a severely autistic son, Lehmann also will answer questions from the audience and sign copies of the book, which will be available for purchase after her presentation.
It's easy to find the library, situated in the heart of the school's Central Campus. Learn more about the author and her deeply personal memoir, and I hope you can attend the event.
I just published a piece to my Examiner.com page about The Accidental Teacher: Life Lessons from My Silent Son, the first-ever Open Text Project book from the University of Michigan Press. It's from author Annie Lubliner Lehmann, who lives in Michigan, and who chronicles the journey she and her family have had while learning to help her son Jonah, who was born with severe autism.
The Open Text Project is quite an interesting concept, and I encourage readers to participate in the discussion surrounding this heartfelt memoir.