Out of the Blue - The Michigan Difference
Out of the Blue: The Michigan Difference highlights the people, research, outreach, and events that make the University of Michigan a premier institution of higher learning. Each episode has 3 feature stories covering a range of topics focusing on the significant contributions by the university to the world in general and to the people of the state of Michigan. Detroit Public Television is proud to share stories of innovations in health, science, sustainability, arts, education, humanities and the many efforts to spur economic development in the state with our large audiences.
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This is the last show in the series.
The Last Show (5/5/12), Episode 312.
ArcStart - Providing a unique opportunity for a diverse group of high school students, the ArcStart program engages these youth in a 3-week summer program to expose them to a college architecture studio as well as life at the university – all in a nurturing environment. Watch Segment.
Migrant Worker Projects - Addressing basic needs of an often neglected group of individuals, the Department of Family Medicine contributes to their medical well being while an ESL class attends to their desire to engage with the public in English.
Watch this Segment.
School of Dentistry Outreach - Building on its history of providing dental services to migrant and low income individuals and families, the School of Dentistry reaches out across the state while simultaneously strengthening the skills of its students.
Watch this Segment.
Program Schedule - This is the last show of the series.
5/5. The U-M School of Dentistry reaches out to the state’s residents, U-M projects providing services to migrant workers and seeking diversity in Architecture. Episode 312. Last show of the series.
Read more on the University of Michigan Production web site: Out of the Blue