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To rectify this problem, MHWG suggested including
insurance expenses in financial aid calculations, but
only if insurance is made a "condition for matricula-
tion." MHWG recommended granting insurance for all
In January, the administration implemented its Health
Withdrawal and Readmission Policy and Procedures, a set
of procedures and formal rules for withdrawing a mentally
"There is now a formal policy by which that student can
be brought in, counseled, evaluated and if necessary with-
drawn from class, given guidelines as to what kind of help
they need to get," Winfield said. Students will have "a pro-
scribed, systematic reevaluation when they're ready to
come back," he added.
The group's report also stresses de-stigmatization.
Often times, MHWG contends, students do not seek
help because if their fear or shame. The group says this
may occur in the international community and or in cer-
tain student groups - one professor reviewed issues of
stigmatization in the Korean community, for example.
The website, along with other public outreach medi-
ums - like a recent movie on depression circulated by
Rackham School of Graduate Studies - will help com-
bat stigmatization, Winfield said. He may also push for
a themed semester on mental health.
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"We all felt comfortable signing on
to (the statement) and thought that
because it covered many areas of sci-
ence, that it made a compelling case
that this was in fact pervasive and
unprecedented," she said.
Geological sciences Prof. Henry Pol-
lack, who also studies climate change,
said he was glad to see a faculty mem-
ber from the University among the sig-
natories. "I'm pleased to see it, ...
(Bierbaum) is a great spokesperson for a
wide range of science."
Pollack said of the statement, "It's
been long in coming. How much atten-
tion or use the current administration
makes of science has been questioned
for a long time."
The statement and supporting docu-
ment list numerous cases of alleged mis-
use of science for political gain by the
In one example, the Bush administra-
tion dismissed several highly qualified
scientific experts from an advisory com-
mittee on childhood lead poisoning. The
dismissal occurred just prior to a meet-
ing where the committee planned to dis-
cuss tightening lead standards.
The experts were replaced by at least
two new appointees with financial ties
to the lead industry, and by three others
who were likely to oppose tougher lead
standards, according to the document.
"It sure looks like (they're) stacking
the deck with people who share (their)
ideology," Bierbaum said.
In Bierbaum's own field of expertise,
the administration pressured the Envi-
ronmental Protection Agency to make
extensive changes to a report on climate
change - including removing scientific
graphs on global warming and deleting
all references to a National Academy of
Sciences report that concluded that
human activity influences climate.
The EPA eventually decided to drop
the section on global warming from the
report, "rather than compromising their
credibility by misrepresenting the scien-
tific consensus," according to the UCS
Bierbaum said she found it frustrating
trying to communicate scientific infor-
mation to the administration. "During
that time it was quite clear what they
thought of climate science - that is,
very little. They simply didn't want to
hear my views."
Yet for Bierbaum, the problems span
far more than just climate science. She
was especially concerned, she said,
about health issues ignored or misrepre-
sented by the Bush administration. For
instance, the administration placed state-
ments on the Health and Human Ser-
vices website claiming condoms do not
prevent sexually transmitted diseases
and that breast cancer is linked to abor-
tion, she said.
"Both of these (statements) have no
founding, as the health community tells
me, in science," Bierbaum said. "Yet I
would argue could actually harm
humans who read that and assume these
'facts' are true."
Bierbaum said she believes policy
should be based both on what is politi-
cally and scientifically feasible, but that
scientific facts should not be distorted.
"I think free and open exchange of
information and informed debate about
real data is the best way to move the
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fact, use art as a way to stay sane," Ellsworth said.
She continued by commenting on the psychological impact
of prison. "There are things he will never be able to do,"
Joe Lake, a Law School student who organized the event,:
said he opposes the death penalty. "Many people don't under-
stand the implications that the death penalty has on real peo-
ple," Lake said. "The punishment goes beyond what people:
He also felt Ellsworth's lecture tried to emphasize that point
When asked about the significance of the PCAP events, Lake
said, "Putting a human face on the prison system is a major
goal of PCAP."
An October 2003 Gallup Poll reported that more than half
of citizens in the United States support the death penalty, and
when those polled were given the option of the death penalty
and life without parole, 53 percent still supported it.
Law student Omario Kanji attended the lecture for several
reasons. "I wanted to hear how someone escapes the death
penalty and I wanted to see what role Professor Ellsworth;
had and why she cared," Kanji said. Although Kanji supports,
the death penalty, he said he admired the way Ellsworth
assisted Carriger. Even if they are guilty ... I think they still:
deserve dignity while they're around," Kanji said.
PCAP-sponsored events will continue throughout the
week, ending March 16.
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