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Dental Hygiene Students Win 2nd Place in Sanger Leadership Crisis Challenge

A group of DH4 students won 2nd place out of over 100 other groups in Ross School of Business's Sanger Leadership Crisis Challenge. To learn more about the challenge, view the Crisis Challenge information page. See the pictures on Flickr

Dental Hygiene Students Travel to Kenya

As part of the Global Initiatives Program, several Dental Hygiene students visited Kenya, offering dental services to children. See the pictures on Flickr

Study examines program that pays for dental care with community service

A program that provided free dental care for low-income Michigan residents in exchange for volunteer work received good reviews, according to a study by Dental Hygiene faculty member. Read full story

Dental Hygiene students cut their teeth in nation's top-ranked school

The average human produces enough saliva – about 25,000 quarts – to fill two swimming pools in their lifetime. That’s the kind of fun fact you can spit out at dinner parties when you work in dental hygiene. Read full story

  • Anne Gwozdek receives national award from ADHA

    Ann Arbor, Mich., June 22, 2017 -– The American Dental Hygienists’ Association has presented its Award for Excellence in Dental Hygiene to Anne Gwozdek, a recently retired faculty member at the School of Dentistry.

    Betty Kabel (left), Immediate Past President of the American Dental Hygienists' Association, presents Anne Gwozdek with the Award for Excellence in Dental Hygiene during the organization's annual conference in Jacksonville, Fla.