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In his various books and at campaign events, he repeated these stories and said he once attacked a schoolmate with a combination lock.
You know, obviously, decades later, I’m not going to remember the course number." Carson entered the University of Michigan Medical School in 1973, and at first struggled academically, doing so poorly on his first set of comprehensive exams that his faculty adviser recommended he drop out of medical school or take a reduced academic load and take longer to finish.
(born September 18, 1951) is an American neurosurgeon, author, and politician who is the 17th and current United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, under the Trump Administration.
Prior to his cabinet position, he was a candidate for President of the United States in the Republican primaries in 2016.
Carson does not say in his books if he received a college student deferment during the Vietnam War.
He does say that his older brother, then a student at the University of Michigan, received a low number (26) in the first draft lottery in 1969 and was able to enlist in the Navy for four years instead of being drafted, In the summers following his high school graduation until his second year in medical school, Carson worked at a variety of jobs: as a clerk in the payroll office of Ford Motor Company, supervisor of a six-person crew picking up trash along the highway under a federal jobs program for inner-city students, a clerk in the mailroom of Young & Rubicam Advertising, assembling fender parts and inspecting back window louvers on the assembly line at Chrysler, a crane operator at Sennett Steel, and finally a radiology technician taking X-rays.
In March 2016, following the Super Tuesday primaries, he suspended his campaign and announced he would be the new national chairman of My Faith Votes, a group that encourages Christians to exercise their civic duty to vote.
Carson's Detroit Public Schools education began in 1956 with kindergarten at the Fisher School, and continued through first, second, and the first half of third grade, during which time he was an average student.On doing so, Carson said he was congratulated by the course instructor who told him the retest was a hoax intended to find "the most honest student in the class".Carson said the professor awarded him , and that a photographer for the Yale Daily News was present to take his picture, which appeared in the student newspaper with a story about the experiment.The academy does not award scholarships to anyone; Carson also said the University of Michigan had offered him a scholarship.His staff later said that the described scenario was similar to that of West Point, as he never actually applied for entry to the University of Michigan.He was the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland from 1984 until his retirement in 2013.