Michael M. Whiston

Class of 2009


  • '[Im]permanence' conference features Alan Lightman

    Time, music, and art were highlighted topics of this week?s Center for the Arts in Society?s ?[Im]permanence: Cultures in and out of Time? conference. Participants could make the most of that time over the weekend by attending over 15 panel discussions, a number of gallery exhibits, and dance and musical performances.

    News | October 17, 2005
  • A new kind of vote

    The issue: unengaged, uninformed citizens. The remedy: deliberative polling.

    News | October 3, 2005
  • Lecture Preview

    ?How does one deal with diversity?? This is a question that applies to the world at large. Racial integration has been a significant research topic of Elizabeth S. Anderson, professor of philosophy and women?s studies at the University of Michigan. Anderson makes it clear that segregation continues to produce inequality on a global basis ? a dilemma solvable by integration alone.

    News | September 26, 2005