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2014 UM-Flint Academic Affairs Convocation

UM-Flint Academic Affairs Convocation Welcomes New Faculty, Announces Faculty Awards

  • August 28th, 2014 By: UM-Flint News

The University of Michigan-Flint held its annual Academic Affairs Convocation August 27 at the university theatre to welcome new faculty and honor those receiving faculty awards, promotion and/or tenure, and to recognize those receiving service awards.

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