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While I know it's not the case, judging from this article and all UofM & nursing school related lists & articles there is no UofM School of Nursing (alternately that it is too unimportant to warrant coverage along w/the university's other schools and colleges). Please rectify this omission. Thanks in advance. Drdpw (talk) 12:44, 17 October 2014 (UTC)
For the class of 2019 stats at UMichigan, the stats seem suspect. The sudden increase of the bottom 25% of SAT scores from the previous year's suggests that the data might be either contrived or from ADMITTED STUDENTS not ENROLLED STUDENTS which significantly lower the averages. Lacmaboingo (talk) 05:09, 11 July 2015 (UTC)
Are you able to figure out what the source says? 10:59, 11 July 2015 (UTC)
Wallace Calvin Abbott (MED: MD 1885), founder of Abbott Laboratories, one of the first American physicians to adopt a new technique to distill alkaloids (the parts of medicinal plants that have therapeutic effect) into a solid form
Laith Al-Saadi, musician and songwriter
George W. Breslauer (A.B., A.M., Ph. D), political science professor and Russia specialist at the University of California, Berkeley; Berkeley’s executive vice chancellor and provost, the campus's chief academic officer
Jay M. Bylsma, author, inventor, professor
Stewart W. Churchill, co-developer of Churchill–Bernstein equation
Kathryn Clark (PhD. 1990), NASA's Chief Scientist for Human Space Flight; Chief Scientist for the International Space Station; President of Docere LLC.
Dr. Ethelene Jones Crockett, the first Black female Ob/Gyn in the state of Michigan in 1952. In 1978 she became the first woman president of the American Lung Association.
Heather Dietrick, general counsel of Gawker and MBA/JD
Wayne Dunlop established The Michigan Philharmonic was established in 1945 as a community orchestra
Peter Finlayson is the Founder, Publisher and Editor-in-chief of FootLights magazine and footlight.click. Peter has performed, directed or designed more than 150 productions.
Dr. William Henry Fitzbutler, U-M’s first African-American medical school graduate, who after receiving his degree in 1872 went on to found one of the first medical colleges that did not permit discrimination based on race.
Stephen Forrest, former engineering dean and holder of hundreds of patents
Debra Goldstein, Administrative law judge and book award winner
Patrick Gross (COE: MSE 1966), co-founder and executive committee chairman (emeritus) of American Management Systems, Inc., a $3.1 billion, 25,000 employee technology consulting firm;
Cyril H. Haas (MED: M.D. 1904), medical missionary to Turkey 1910–1951; built clinic in Adana and treated over 20,000 patients annually; Silver Medal of Turkish Tuberculosis Association, 1962 (posthumous)
GARY HARDWICK, ’82 is a novelist and filmmaker of “Deliver Us From Eva.” Gary wrote the screenplay and directed the romantic comedy, which starred LL Cool J and Gabrielle Union.
Amy Heintz, Battelle inventor of the year
Beryl Denzer Hines (LS&A: A.B.), Cold War journalist and TV producer; gained the nickname "Scoop" for her ability to get stories before they became public;
IRVINE O. HOCKADAY, LLB’61 is the president and CEO of Hallmark Cards Inc.
Kurt Hunt (law student) published in 2007 "This Land Is Not Your Land: Second Life, CopyBot, and the Looming Question of Virtual Property Rights"
Denise Illitch (BA 1977), president of privately held Ilitch Holdings, which manages the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Red Wings, Little Caesars, Fox Theatre,
Thomas F. Keller (Ph.D. 1960), Dean of Fuqua School of Business, 1974–96
Anne Kenney, Cornell's 11th Library and innovator in digital delivery
HOMER KRIPKE, ’31, JD’33 was an author of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Michael J. Levitt, Vice Chairman of Apollo Credit
Joseph Arnold Livingston graduated with an A.B. Degree from the University of Michigan in 1925. Won Pulitzer in 1965.
John Madigan (BUS: BBA 1958, MBA 1959), Chairman and CEO (emeritus), Tribune Company
Willem Van Rensselaer Malkus, emeritus professor of mathematics at MIT, a pioneer in fluid dynamics
DONALD R. MANDICH, ’46, MBA’50 is the chairman of Comerica Inc.
Karen McKeachie, Triathlete, she went on to win seven world championships, 15 national championships and numerous other awards
William Lawrence O’Neill, Professor O’Neill’s dozen books include the late ’80s “American High: The Years of Confidence 1945-1960,”
RAY T. PARFET JR., MBA’47 is the chairman and CEO of The Upjohn Co.
P. Anthony Ridder (AB 1962), president emeritus of the Knight Ridder newspaper chain
WARREN ROBBINS, MA’49 is an art collector whose collection of African art led to the establishment of the Museum of African Art, part of the Smithsonian group.
Tom Rochon (B.A., M.A. and Ph.D.), eighth president of Ithaca College, 2008–present
Robert Rosenzweig, President (emeritus), Association of American Universities, a consortium of research universities
TODD SAMOVITZ, ’89 is co-author of the screenplay “Wonderland,” which starred Val Kilmer and Lisa Kudrow.
Dr. Amanda Sanford, the Medical School's first female graduate, whose 1871 graduation thesis on complications of childbirth laid the foundation for a career dedicated to advancing obstetrical care and women's health.
Aalok Shanghvi, Indian solar power entrepreneur and son of billionaire Dilip Shanghvi
Dr. Parvinder Singh, Ranbaxy
HAROLD K. SPERLICH, MBA’61 is the president of Chrysler Corp.
Teresa "Teri" Takai (BA, MA), current Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration
LARISSA TIEDENS, professor and senior associate dean for academic affairs at Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) will be the next president of Scripps College in Claremont, California.
Chen To Tai (University of Michigan, United States) 1998 winner of Heinrich Hertz Medal
Olivia Walch, mathematician and winner of the Washington Post's America's Next Great Cartoonist Competition in 2010
Walter Weiner, Who Led Safra's Republic Bank
Dr. Kimberlydawn Wisdom (MED: Ph.D. 1982; SPH, MA 1991), honorary doctorate of science, Morehouse School of Medicine, 2005; the nation's first state surgeon general,
Jay Whitacre, winner of the Lemelson-MIT award and holder of numerous patents
Alan Wineman, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Expertise: Viscoelasticity, Polymers...2009 winner of the William Prager medal.
John Wu, John joined NLVC in 2008. Prior to NLVC, John was the CTO of Alibaba Group from 2000 to 2007
I'm thinking that this list is better located at WP:Articles for creation, where more people will see the suggestions and perhaps write appropriate articles. I'm not sure that this Talk page is the right place to place a dynamic and changing list such as this one. JohnInDC (talk) 23:49, 30 August 2016 (UTC)