Michael Green

Michael Green

Michael Green (History) received the Superior Achievement Award from the Illinois State Historical Society for his book, Lincoln and Native Americans, published by Southern Illinois University Press. Share your thoughts about this story. To comment, you'll need to login into your Facebook account. Your comment will post immediately. Comments that...

Michael Green | Honoree for April 8th, 2022

Michael was nominated by his friend, Allen Hagan, who said “Michael Green With over 30 years experience as THE Top Canine Crime Fighter of Brevard County and now works for the US of A as an exemplary Secret Service Agent. Mike is my best friend and an all-around great guy!”
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UNLV professor Michael Green writes about Abraham Lincoln’s relationship with Native Americans in his new book

It’s risky business, messing with the memory of Abraham Lincoln. For some, our 16th president is a secular saint, revered for ending slavery and guiding the nation through the Civil War and becoming not just a paragon of virtue to generations of American schoolchildren but co-honoree of a national holiday that arrives in just a few weeks.

Robert Morris Basketball: Michael Green coming into his own as starting PG

Roster moves have put transfer guard Michael Green as the starting point guard for Robert Morris Basketball going forward. How has he been playing of late?. Coming into the season, there was a lot of intrigue for Robert Morris Basketball. There was a complete roster turnover and plenty of transfers, including in the backcourt. The two biggest names were guards Rasheem Dunn and Michael Green III, who came from St. John’s and Bryant respectively.
Quad-Cities Times

Former Rock Island County Sheriff Michael Green dies

Those in longtime law enforcement circles in the Quad-Cities are mourning the loss of former Rock Island County sheriff Michael Green, who died late Wednesday. Green, 74, was sheriff in 1989 and 1990, when he was appointed by the county board to fill the vacancy created by the departure of former sheriff Gordon Powell.

Drs. Michael Green, Jennifer Lewis, Manali Patel, And Harold Bien Receive First-ever LUNGevity VA Research Scholar Awards

WASHINGTON, Sept. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- LUNGevity Foundation, the nation's leading lung cancer-focused nonprofit organization, announced today the recipients of its 2021 VA Research Scholar Award. This is a new award program designed to support fellows who are affiliated with the Department of Veterans Affairs and seek to conduct lung cancer research relevant to the veteran population. Following the updated USPTF 2021 guidelines, an estimated 1.5 million veterans are at risk of developing lung cancer due to older age, a history of smoking, and environmental exposures during or after military service. Each year, the VA diagnoses 7,700 veterans with lung cancer. This new award mechanism is aimed at fostering junior researchers within the VA who are committed to research that improves outcomes for the veteran community. These awards are for a maximum of $100,000 over a two-year period.

Michael Green

Michael Green, age 68 of Dover, TN passed away September 6, 2021, in Memphis, TN. He was born December 31, 1952, the son of the late Elree Green and Alberta Green Whitehead. He was a loving husband, brother, and friend. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death...

Baltimore County Police Searching For Critically Missing 31-Year-Old Michael Green

DUNDALK, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are searching for a critically missing man last seen in February 2021. Michael Green, 31, was last seen on Yorkway Road in Dundalk.  Officials said he may be in emotional distress. If seen, please contact 911 or 410-887-7320.   ^DMRT @BaltCoPolice: #Missing: 31 yr-old Michael Greene, ls in February 2021 on Yorkway in #Dundalk MD, 21222. May be in emotional distress. If seen/have info please contact 911 or Dundalk precinct at 410-887-7320. #BCoPD #CriticalMissing ^DM — Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) August 10, 2021

Published: Michael Green

Michael Green (History) published has published a new book, Lincoln and Native Americans through Southern Illiois University Press. Share your thoughts about this story. To comment, you'll need to login into your Facebook account. Your comment will post immediately. Comments that are not in keeping with our comment policies may be removed by editors.

Architects Michael Green and Natalie Telewiak On The Architecture of Healing

In a Design and the City episode - a podcast by reSITE on how to make cities more liveable - Vancouver-based architects Michael Green and Natalie Telewiak advocate for more sustainable building on Earth, with a special mention for one of their preferred materials - wood. The interview sees the two architects balance the benefits and disadvantages of mass timber construction, which they are a strong proponent of as evidenced by their project T3, a LEED Gold Certified, seven-story timber office building in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Tree Hugger

Tall Wood Architect Michael Green Does Short House

Michael Green is known to Treehugger and the world for giving away the plans for building in tall mass timber almost a decade ago when it was unheard of. He built the world's largest modern mass timber building in Minneapolis. He has told Treehugger about his vision of the future where we actually grow our buildings like trees. I concluded that "Michael Green shows that we really are just getting started; we are entering a different world."

Michael Green

Michael Green was born in Los Angeles County on June 8th, 1961. He passed away at Barnes in St. Louis on February 15th, 2021. Mike grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas before he moved to Urbana, Missouri in Junior High where he attended and graduated from Skyline school. It was at Skyline that he met his best friend and the love of his life, Carla Green. They married in 1979 and moved to Needville, Texas for a short time before returning to Urbana.

Clemson Athletics Black History: Michael Green

Michael Green was the first Clemson men’s track athlete to win the NCAA Championship in the indoor 55 meters. And he did it twice, winning the event in 1992 and 1993. He also won the NCAA Championship in the outdoor 100 meters in the spring of 1993 with a time of 10.09.