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Power of One - Shelterforce - National Housing Institute
www.shelterforce.org, 29 Feb 2008 [cached]
Under the organizational name of "Clean Up TIAA-CREF" (sometimes shortened to "Clean Up CREF"), Wollman recruited two other academics-his mentor and friend Ken Brown and Donald Pelz of the University of Michigan.
WRAP: Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project
www.wrap-up.org, 2 Mar 2003 [cached]
This month's featured WRAP volunteer, Donald Pelz, falls into both categories.Donald first became involved with WRAP before it officially existed.In 1994, he was a member of the Washtenaw County chapter of the Michigan Campaign for Human Dignity, some of whose members went on to found WRAP.Six months ago, looking for volunteer opportunities, Donald got back in touch with WRAP, and since then has served on the Membership Committee and as an occasional contributor to WRAP-Up.Donald, a Research Scientist Emeritus at the University of Michigan, was part of the Institute for Social Research until 1987.He
has lived in Ann Arbor since 1948, when he
arrived to get his
Ph.D.When not contacting potential WRAP members, he can also be found maintaining the library of the University of Michigan's Office of LGBT Affairs, serving as treasurer and newsletter editor of the local chapter of the Grey Panthers, and facilitating the Queer Fiction Book Club at Common Language Bookstore.
fills an important function," he
notes, "and needs to be supported."Thanks, Donald
, for all your terrific work behind the scenes!
www.drjoycebrothers.com, 7 Sept 2001 [cached]
University of Michigan psychologist, Dr. Donald Pulz, and Dr. Stanley Schuman tried to determine why young drivers were especially dangerous.
Young driver risk factors: successful and unsuccessful approaches for dealing with them and an agenda for the future -- Williams 12 (Supplement 1): i4 -- Injury Prevention
ip.bmjjournals.com, 1 June 2006 [cached]
This program was run by Stanley Schuman and Donald Pelz of the University of Michigan.