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For their Integrated Language Arts course, our graduate students in the Masters in Literacy Education Program are working with children in our Reading Center Summer Writing Camp Program. These interactions help kids build literacy skills through creative activities, discussions, and independent writing time. Learn more about UM-Flint Graduate Programs in education at www.umflint.edu/education
[caption id="attachment_2175" align="aligncenter" width="430"] Robert Stach, PhD, UM-Flint emeritus professor and author.[/caption] “The year is 2112 and scientists are predicting that in twenty years or so an ice age will develop, that will, in all probability, be an extinction-level event…” So begins the sum...Source: UM-Flint College of Arts & Sciences
“Infrastructure is like the bones of your body,” Marty Kaufman said. “If you let those go, your ability to hold your own weight suffers greatly.”
Stach’s desire to educate, specifically about climate change, provided inspiration for the series: “I thought writing this book and the two sequels may better demonstrate to the general public, especially climate change deniers, what can lie ahead for the human race if we don’t do something about the use of fossil fuels.”
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