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The CMA will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in November 2013. 

Michael Schmidt, director, was recognized as a faculty “millionaire” for serving as principle investigator on more than $1 million in externally supported research during his tenure at the U of M. Also, Michael was asked by UNICEF Canada to present at a United Nations event in May ’13. His one-hour workshop focused on the SHELBY Child Impact Assessment, a CMA project involving four years of work. Attendees for the event were from governments and child rights organizations worldwide. The U of M submitted a full patent application for the SHELBY Child Impact Assessment, designed by CMA in collaboration with the Shelby County Office of Early Childhood and Youth and assistance from the Center for Urban Child Policy and The Urban Child Institute.

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