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Basic Moderation for Our SPH Email Addresses

41 Signatures Goal: 100

Dean Ken Warner: We, the students of the School of Public Health, do respectfully request that the email address sph.students@umich.edu be moderated. The number of emails that are not related to academic matters is growing and the SPH mailing list is now even being used by people who are not SPH students. Many other U-M schools use moderated lists, where incoming emails are scanned for basic academic value before they are sent out. Currently the SPH mailing list is not, which means that anyone could send out any number of emails to the entire SPH population without any prior authorization. As graduate students, we value our time and don't wish to waste it reading or deleting garbage email. As such, we add our names to this petition to request that the issue of a moderated SPH mailing list be immediately take up by the administration of the School of Public Health.

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    Ji-hye Kim United States
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    Kristin Meyer United States
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    Meg Barry United States
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    Elsie Grace United States
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    Nick Gesualdi United States
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    Kai Zhang United States
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    Elizabeth Rausch-Phung United States
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