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eek in History Campus Clubs - . " ."I - Photos of the Week
Real world health
What got you interested in a Ph.D. dissertation relevant to what
Public Health and how did you get she was going through. She was going What do you hope to leave your
started? through chemotherapy, so I ended up students with once they finish
doing a dissertation that related to the your class?
The two biggest aspects of my economics of cancer chemotherapy.
career were getting into public health That's what got me into what we now I want to give them some of the
and getting into research on tobacco call "the field of health economics" enthusiasm, and even love, that I
policy, and both of them were sort and then eventually public health. have for the field of public health. I
of accidental. The story behind how want them to appreciate its impor-
I got into public health was not a What's your favoritepartabout tance and frankly, it's particularly
pleasant one, but that's just the real- being a professor here at Michi- important for me to get that message
ity of it. My younger sister, my only gan? across to people who are going to be
sibling, was diagnosed with a very medical students because this soci-
rare form of cancer when she was I love the variety and intellectual ety puts literally a trillion dollars a
17 and died when she was 21. I was stimulation of being a professor here. year into medical care, and just a few
in graduate school at the time, and It has always been important to me tens of billions of dollars into public
frankly just feeling kind of impotent that I be at a research-intensive uni- health - all forms of it. The impor-
because there wqs nothingI could do, versity. I love doing research, and tance of public health in terms of
obviously. I was an economics gradu- in the case of public health and my actually influencing the health of the
ate student at Yale, working on my own work, it is research that I like to American people is enormous.
Ph.D., and I decided I was going to do think has impact on the real world. - ZENA DAVE
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Bank crisis Traveling

WHERE: University Hos-
pital
WHEN: Tuesday at about
10:40 a.m.
WHAT: A child's toy bank
worth $40 was stolen from
a locked office, University
Police reported. The time
frame of the event spans
over four days and no sus-
pects have been identified.
Gone in five
minutes

wallet
WHERE: Central Campus
Recreation Building
WHEN: Tuesday at about
9:55 p.m.
WHAT: A wallet contain-
ing $5 was stolen from a
student playing basketball,
University police reported.
It was left in an unattended
gym bag next to the court
sometime between 9:10pm
and 9:25pm.
Breakina had

Zell Visiting Slam poetry
W riting speech WHAT: Philadelphia-based
slam poet J Mase III will
WHAT: Art Institute of share black, trans and gay
author Calvin Forbes, a perspectives on heartbreak.
teacher at the School of the WHO:Multi-Ethnic Student
Art Institute of Chicago will Affairs
present his work as part WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
of the Zell Visiting Writer WHERE: Michigan League
Series.
WHO: University of Michi-
gan Museum of Art
WHEN: Tonight at 5 p.m. Arab Spring
WHERE: University of
Michigan Museum of Art lecture
WHAT: Histroy Prof. Juan
M elting the ice Cole, a Middle East expert,
will discuss the impact of
WHAT: A how-to workshop the Arab Spring.
for students who struggle WHO: Global Scholars Pro-
with forming new relation- gram
ships. Attendees will be WHEN: Today at 5 p.m.
taught strategies that pro- WHERE: Rachkam Audi-
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The White House host-
ed a youth science fair
this week, and President
Obama shot a marshmallow
using a marshmallow launch-
er designed by an eighth
grader, NPR reported. The
fair was hosted to encourage
students to study science.
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stores and step into the world
of cinematic style.
FOR MORE, SEE THE B-SIDE, INSIDE
British singer Lana
Del Rey's debut album
hit number one on the
UK charts with more than
117,000 copies sold in a week,
BBC reported. The album's
release also pushed Del Rey's
first two singles higher up on
the charts.

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about 12:40 a.m. 6:45 p.m.
WHAT: A student caught a WHAT: A driver drove into
man who was trying to steal and broke off an entrance
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