Skip to content. The Reed M. Nesbit Society offers several ways to participate, with three membership categories. All faculty of the Department are also offered full memberships. As an inclusive group the Society encourages the exchange of ideas and experiences from a diverse group of people. Associate Membership is available to urologists who did not train at Michigan, other physicians and paraprofessionals who have a link with the University of Michigan, and to non-medical friends and supporters of the U-M Department of Urology.
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Please see upcoming events below and update your contact information so we may stay in touch in our "Stay Connected" section on the right. Watch for the next panel in Winter ! Many thanks to Evan Philburn, Denise Martin, Marcie Hunter and Katie Incarnati who served as an alumni panel that spoke to our current internship students and other interested students on June 12th. Students greatly enjoyed the presentation and discussion that explored internship and employment tips, networking, preparing for job interviews and resumes.
SOE plan and resources for public health-informed semester Last updated: January 12, These services include one-on-one career advising, career workshops and programs, career resources, resource referrals, and more. Your classmates have always been a source of great conversation, advice, networking, and friendship. On this platform, you can gather information about upcoming events, learn from current faculty about their research, and build relationships with fellow wolverines.
It includes files on nearly all students who attended the university. This index covers the portion of the file including students who died prior to Files may include nothing more than the student's registration cards, but may also include notices and articles that appeared in the Michigan Alumnus Magazine, obituaries and newspaper articles and correspondence with the Alumni Office or the Alumus Magazine. The index entry includes the student's last name, first name, middle name or initial, date of death if known , graduation date or years of attendance for non-graduates, and academic college or department. Married women are listed under both their maiden and married names.