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Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at noon:
H. Luke Shaefer

Reunion 2000!

Albert HermalinIn May 2000, the Population Studies Center hosted a major Year 2000 reunion and retirement celebration for Al Hermalin. The event was held on May 12-13, 2000 in Ann Arbor. We hope that those of you who joined us had a wonderful experience returning to Ann Arbor with your colleagues who attended.

The last time PSC held a reunion was in 1986. At that time we had 125 Ph.D. alumni and the event was a great success. We now have 220 alumni and many other new colleagues and friends. Fourteen years was long enough to wait to have another big party. It was also a great opportunity to express our appreciation to Al Hermalin, who has made so many contributions to PSC, the University of Michigan, and the demographic community as a teacher, colleague, friend, PSC director, PAA president, and internationally distinguished scholar.

Schedule of Events

We hope the program was interesting and fun for everyone. The following are high points from the two days:

Friday, May 12, 2000
Open house and buffet lunch at PSC -- a chance to see our new location in the Borders Building
Afternoon symposium
Evening banquet honoring Al Hermalin
Saturday, May 13, 2000
Symposium continues
Free time to revisit old haunts with classmates, colleagues and friends
Picnic and softball