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DAPCEP Summer 2013 Booklet

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Information on DAPCEP Summer 2013 program offerings and application process
Uploaded by dapcep on 02/24/2013
Digital publication details: 16 pages.
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2012 Detroit Non-Profit Leaders

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Profiles and Bios of Detroit Non-Profit Leaders
Uploaded by jasondlee on 12/13/2012
Digital publication details: 19 pages.

2012 Profiles of Detroit Non-Profit Executives

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Upwardly mobile and prepared non-profit executives with demonstrated leadership capability and capacity to lead.
Uploaded by jasondlee on 12/12/2012
Digital publication details: 17 pages.

B.O.S.S. E-Magazine Issue 3

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B.O.S.S. E-Magazine, bridging the gap between Minority Youth and Education, presents issue #3, "Be your Own Success Story". Featuring an inspirational interview from Tony Gaskins jr. Also included is ":26",a campaign fighting against the high dropout rate of highschoolers. Read...Like...Share!
Uploaded by boss-emag on 03/08/2012
Digital publication details: 81 pages.

2012 Detroit Non-Profit Executives

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Bios and Resumes of Detroit Non-Profit Excutives with demonstrated leadership and
Uploaded by jasondlee on 12/13/2012
Digital publication details: 18 pages.

Diversity Facts Report 2011

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The Office for Institutional Diversity reports to the president and has responsibility for leadership in advancing diversity at all levels of the University. The special assistant to the president for institutional diversity works collaboratively with the provost, deans, and academic units, and provides regular input to student affairs. The special assistant serves as the president’s liaison to a number of state and national organizations and corporations to increase visibility, funding, and knowledge—supporting the recruitment, retention, and success of a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. The development and implementation of academic and student affairs’ diversity plans, fundraising activities, and competitive proposals, including strategic diversity initiatives, are advised by the Office for Institutional Diversity.
Uploaded by michigantech on 09/25/2012
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Diversity Facts Report 2012

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Diversity Facts Report 2012
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Diversity Facts 2011

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The Office for Institutional Diversity reports to the president and has responsibility for leadership in advancing diversity at all levels of the University. The special assistant to the president for institutional diversity works collaboratively with the provost, deans, and academic units, and provides regular input to student affairs. The special assistant serves as the president’s liaison to a number of state and national organizations and corporations to increase visibility, funding, and knowledge—supporting the recruitment, retention, and success of a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. The development and implementation of academic and student affairs’ diversity plans, fundraising activities, and competitive proposals, including strategic diversity initiatives, are advised by the Office for Institutional Diversity.
Uploaded by michigantech on 01/10/2013
Digital publication details: 10 pages.

Michigan Chronicle 2-29-12

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The Michigan Chronicle is the oldest African American newspaper in Michigan.
Uploaded by themichiganchronicle on 03/18/2012
Digital publication details: 28 pages.

Diversity Facts 2010

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The Office for Institutional Diversity reports to the president and has responsibility for leadership in advancing diversity at all levels of the University. The special assistant to the president for institutional diversity works collaboratively with the provost, deans, and academic units, and provides regular input to student affairs. The special assistant serves as the president’s liaison to a number of state and national organizations and corporations to increase visibility, funding, and knowledge; supporting the recruitment, retention, and success of a diverse faculty, staff, and student body. The development and implementation of academic and student affairs’ diversity plans, fundraising activities, and competitive proposals, including strategic diversity initiatives, are advised by the Office for Institutional Diversity.
Uploaded by michigantech on 06/14/2011
Digital publication details: 12 pages.
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