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Ann Arbor, Michigan

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

KNIT FAST. DIE WARM

Mich Knit is one of the many student groups that aimed to recruit new members at Winterfest in the-Michigan Union on Tuesday.
IN REMEMBRANCE
A&D Prof. Jack son leaves
legacy of collaborati on

michigandaily.com
UNVERSITY REGENTS
Regents fly
to Calif. for
meetings
Itinerary shows Coleman said in a December
interview the primary goal of
talks with Google, the excursion is to learn about
issues facing other universities
UC admins, donors across the nation and how these
institutions have responded.
By JENNIFER CALFAS, "We're very interested in
SAM GRINGLAS AND issues related to the future of
PETER SHAHIN education, particularly public
Daily StaffReporters and higher education - the chal-
Daily News Editor lenges, the opportunities - and
we have an opportunity in meet-
Instead of their monthly ing out there," Coleman said.
meetingin the Michigan Union's "They all have a perspective that
Anderson Room, the Universi- is very interesting. There is no
ty's Board of Regents will trade way I could get those people to
the cold Michigan winter for the come out here."
sunny warmth of California.y oaddition to Coleman, the
Beginning on Thursday, group includes University Pro-
seven members of the board will vost Philip Hanlon; Jerry May,
join University President Mary the University's vice president
Sue Coleman and other Univer- for development; and Sally
sity officials for a two-daytrip to Churchill, the vice president and
Los Angeles. In place of the reg- secretary of the University. This
ularly scheduled, public Regents trip will be the first semi-official
meeting, the delegation will board duty for newly inaugu-
engage donors as well as meet rated -Regents Mark Bernstein
with California's top academics (D-Ann Arbor) and Shauna
to discuss the future of higher Ryder Diggs (D-Detroit). Regent
education. Katherine White (D-Ann Arbor)
In order to grapple with is the only regent not attending.
issues currently facing univer- As part of the trip, University
sities, the ensemble will meet spokesman Rick Fitzgerald said
with Robert Birgeneau, recently the board plans to take.time to
retired chancellor of the Uni- strategize and have broad con-
versity of California, Berkeley; versations about the future of
Stanford University President the University, a goal often over-
John Hennessy; Robert Berdahl, shadowed by the usual scripted
former president of the Associa- agenda of monthly board meet-
tion of American Universities; ings. He added that this experi-
and Dan Russell, one of Google's ence will assist the University in
top research scientists. ~.See REGENTS, Page 3A

Students, faculty
remember him
for unwavering
dedication
By AARON GUGGENHEIM
LailyStaffReporter
Art and Design Prof. Shaun
Jackson, who suffered serious
third degree burns in a plane
crash in Sarasota; Fla. on Satur-
day, passed away Tuesday after-
noon. He was 63 and is survived

by his wife, Cathy, and family.
Jackson was in critical condi-
tion at the Regional Burn Cen-
ter at Tampa General Hospital
when he passed, the Bradenton
Herald reported. Neither the
University nor Tampa General
Hospital have announced the
cause of his death.
Jackson held interdisciplin-
ary professorships in the School
of Art and Design, the Taubman
College of Architecture and
Urban Planning and the Ross
School of Business.
Jackson began his career in
the design industry while he was

still a student at the University.
As a student he founded Eclipse
Inc., which has grown into a
multi-million dollar design and
manufacturing company.
In two decades in the indus-
try, Jackson acquired more than
50 patents and received numer-
ous design awards, including
the IDEA award from Business
Week. His design firm, Shaun
Jackson Designs, worked with
clients ranging from Apple to
Nike to General Electric Medi-
cal Systems.
Jan-Henrik Andersen, an
associate professor of Art and

Design, said Jackson's work in
the industrial design industry
was well respected. He added
that Jackson prided himself on
building moveable technology
that was "comfortable, func-
tional and stylish."
"Shaun always strived for
excellence (in his work),"
Andersen said. "He always tried
to install a high standard of
intellectual and artistic crafts-
manship in his students."
Art and Design Dean Guna-
lan Nadarajan echoed Ander-
sen's sentiments in an e-mail he
See JACKSON, Page 3A

ENGINEERING
Auto executive
talks future of
electric car

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enault-Nissan Arbor after spending time at
the Detroit Auto Show - said
CEO in Mich. the Renault-Nissan Alliance is
not a merger, but rather a part-
for NAIAS nership to benefit each inde-
pendent car company. Renault
By DANIELLE owns 43 percent of Nissan's
STOPPELMANN shares and Nissan owns 15 per-
Daily StaffReporter cent of Renault's shares to pro-
duce a combined total of eight
agine if your car could million cars in the globalmar-
when you are feeling ket of 79 million cars, according
while driving and react to Ghosn.
aying your favorite upbeat Ghosn added that both inde-
to energize you. pendent companies rare using
rlos Ghosn, the chairman each other's resources to "pro-
EO of the Renault-Nissan duce synergies" and develop
nce, a strategic alliance a competitive product in the
een the French and Japa- market for electric cars.
automakers, told a packed "You need to keep the moti-
nce in Stamps Auditorium vation, which is linked first
nesday that the future of from identity, but at the same
lectric car industry could time benefit from the scale of
de that and many more coming together," Ghosn said.
active technologies that The challenges the electric
nhance the driving expe- car industry is encountering
e.. are the same challenges that
osn - who came to Ann See CAR, Page 3A

MARLENE LACASSE/Daily
'U' students reflect on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech and view photos from his various visits to
Detroit and Ann Arbor during the Making of the Dream event at Haven Hall on Tuesday
Event focuses on MLK's
visits to Mich., University

STUDENT GOVERNMENT
CSG plans
to focus on
meeting
efficiency
New attendance
policy aims to
boost engagement
By GIACOMO BOLOGNA
Daily StaffReporter
The Central Student Gov-
ernment assembly held its first
meeting of the winter semester
that, while marking the half-
way point of the academic year,
meant the terms of assembly
representatives are now nearing
their ends.
The assembly missed holding
multiple meetings in the 2012
winter semester when ratifi-
cation of the March election
results took weeks longer than
expected.
Business junior Michael
Proppe, the speaker of the
assembly, said that while there
were 14 meetings held in the fall
2012 semester, he expects the
See CSG, Page 3A

Event first in
annual symposium
on civil rights leader
By STEPHANIE DILWORTH
Daily StaffReporter
An old-fashioned chorus
of "Happy Birthday to You"
echoed throughout the Lem-
uel Johnson Center on the fifth

floor of Haven Hall Tuesday
evening as a couple dozen Uni-
versity students and faculty
members gathered on Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King Jr.'s birthday to
celebrate and discuss King's ties
to the University and Detroit.
The event, The Making of the
Dream: MLK, Detroit and U-M,
was one of the first held as a part
of the University's 27th Annual
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Symposium. It was

sponsored by the Department
of Afroamerican and African
Studies.
Stephen Ward, assistant
professor of Afroamerican and
African Studies, moderated the
event. He told audience mem-
bers the symposium helps to
enhance diversity on campus.
"My sense, as a faculty mem-
ber here, is that the symposium
represents the University's
See MLK, Page 3A

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