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University of Michigan Taps Executive Leaders to Create a Culture of Well-being

Health and well-being became a significant matter at the University of Michigan when former president, Dr. Mary Sue Coleman decided to make it a priority. Since then, involving university leaders and potential participants in meaningful ways have been essential. This called for numerous committees being formed to engage university representatives in various aspects of their MHealthy program.

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