DCERP 2021 – Page 15 – Detroit Community-Engaged Research Program

DCERP 2021

Week 1- Hello!

Hey everyone! My name is Malak, and I’m a rising sophomore planning on double majoring in Economics and International Studies with a Political Economy and Development (PED) sub-major or possibly switching to the Public Policy major at the Ford school. To me, a community is a group of people brought together by their shared qualities …

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Week 1 🙂 Hello everyone! I am Gabrielle (Gabi for short), and I’m from Berkley, MI. This upcoming fall I will be a sophomore. While I’m currently in LSA, I plan to transfer to the School of Education at the end of the next school year. My love for working with youth and being involved …

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Yo, It’s Ataia.

So, I am a student like all of you and I have a secret to share. Freshman year, after just barely passing MATH 115, I promised that I would never do math again. That promise is now broken. I am working on a FiNaNciAL LiTeRaCy resource booklet for ProsperUS Detroit with the LEGENDARY Crystal King. …

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Week One!!

Hi! My name is Abby Young, and I am a rising sophomore at U-M hoping to major in Community and Global Public Health. I am so grateful to be a part of DCERP and the opportunity to learn and grow alongside all the fellows! I wanted to be a part of this program because I …

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Week 1: Meet Brooklynne

Hey everyone! My name is Brooklynne Bates. I’m a rising sophomore from Northville, Michigan double majoring in Business Administration and Film, Television, and Media at the University of Michigan. I have a passion for educating myself and others on intersectional identities and a desire to create positive media content for underrepresented groups. One day, I …

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Week 1: Hello World!

Hi everyone! My name is Kirsten Birman, and I am a rising senior at U of M majoring in Spanish and International Studies with a concentration in Comparative Culture and Identity (CCI). This summer, I am incredibly excited to be working with Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO), a nonprofit organization that provides critical health and housing …

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