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Faculty Q&A: U-M Presidential Award for Distinguished Service in International Education Recipient, Maureen Tippen
“I was very honored,” said Tippen, who is the first awardee not to be based out of the Ann Arbor campus. “My colleagues nominated me before they even knew I was retiring, so my award and retirement announcement came at about the same time.”
“True to his promises of ‘America first,’ Trump withdrew the U.S. from its global leadership commitments... But his policy inevitably produced a consequence that U.S. leaders could not accept: China’s rising profile."
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