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Today, October 21st, 2014

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  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    ELPP Lecture Series: Susan Biniaz

    Please join us for the next installment of the 2014-2015 ELPP Lecture Series. Susan Biniaz will be the featured speaker....

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Department of Biological Chemistry Seminar Series

    Dr. James Stivers, Professor of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, will be giving a seminar titled: "Clocking...

  • LRCCS Noon Lecture Series

    Xuanzang’s Skull: Buddhism, Nationalism, and Diplomacy in Modern Asia

    Speaker: Benjamin Brose, Assistant Professor of Chinese Buddhism, University of Michigan...

  • exhibition
    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Career Center and LSA Co-Advising

    Get all the information you need in one place! Meet with LSA academic advisor Jeff Harrold and Career Center career coach Chelsea Greene at...

  • Investing in Ability Event: Animal-Human Bond, a Conversation & Demonstration

    Discussion on the importance of our connection with animals, including a short video and presentation by service dog, handler, and client.

    Kristine Siefert, Ph.D., SSW Professor Emerita and Deb Davis of Paws with a Cause will provide proof of the helpfulness of assisting service...

  • exhibition
    Fair / Festival

    Dialogues with Departments

    Are you looking for a major or minor? Do you have one in mind and just have some questions you wish to ask a departmental advisor?...

  • exhibition
    Exercise / Fitness

    Investing in Ability Event: Gentle Yoga

    Wendy Dolan-Morawa, M-Healthy Educator

    This is a free workshop for individuals who prefer seated or gentle yoga movements. Persons with physical challenges are welcome and...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Law's Preoccupation with the Muslim Psyche

    Contemporary Biological Racism

    Asked to offer an opinion of Omar Khadr’s “risk of dangerousness as a violent jihadist,” state appointed psychiatrist Welner...

  • Open Access Week Keynote: Jack Andraka

    Jack Andraka is a Maryland high schooler who is developing a pancreatic cancer screening method which he hypothesized as a Sophomore with...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Guest Master Class: Ira Gold, double bass

    Prior to joining the National Symphony Orchestra in 2005, Ira Gold performed with several American orchestras, as section bass with the...

  • CREES Lecture

    An Anthropology of Romania’s Secret Police

    Katherine Verdery, Julien J. Studley Faculty Scholar and Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, CUNY Graduate Center...

  • Open Access Week: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

    Help improve Wikipedia content relating to social justice topics like environmental justice, theories of social justice, digital equity, art...

  • "Fast Food for Thought"

    “Fast Food for Thought” will bring together 10 interdisciplinary faculty members from across campus to give a series of fast-paced talks...

  • exhibition
    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: How Do I Land an Internship?

    You know a summer internship is a great way to explore interests and gain knowledge and skills, but do you know how to find one?...

  • exhibition
    Careers / Jobs

    Info. Session: JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    Employer: JPMorgan Chase & Co....

  • Missing microbes

    How the overuse of antibiotics, Caesarian sections and other well-intentioned health practices are contributing to our modern plagues

    Martin J. Blaser is the director of the Human Microbiome Program at New York University and author of the 2014 book "Missing Microbes," in...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    The Khmer Rouge

    Introducing SEA Lecture Series

    Speaker: Nick Rine, Clinical Professor of Law, University of Michigan...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Thinking and Talking about Conflict: Perspectives on Gaza and Israel

    Co-sponsored by: Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, Office of the Provost

    SPEAKERS: Joshua Cole, professor of history, University of Michigan;...

  • President Ford's Pardon of Richard M. Nixon: A 40-Year Retrospective

    Forty years ago, in the late summer of 1974, President Richard M. Nixon became the first American president to resign in disgrace, in order...

  • exhibition
    Presentation

    The Greened House

    Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum hosts regular, free educational programs and presentations on a variety of environmental,...

  • exhibition
    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Building a Better Resume: Pi Alpha Phi

    This is a closed session for Pi Alpha Phi Members

  • Concert. Matt Ulery & Grazyna Auguscik

    Polish jazz vocalist Grazyna Auguscik joins Chicago bassist and composer Matt Ulery for an evening of music at the Kerrytown Concert House....

  • exhibition
    Performance

    Whiskey Shivers

    Check back soon for more information.

  • exhibition
    Performance

    University Choir

    Eugene Rogers, conductor; Antonina Chekhovskaya, graduate student conductor PROGRAM: Handel - The King Shall Rejoice; Mendelssohn -...

  • exhibition
    Performance

    String Quartet Recital

    The concert will include the string quartet class playing the works of Haydn’s op 64.

  • exhibition
    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Pre-Med Resume Workshop for Phi Delta Epsilon

    The Career Center is partnering with Phi Delta Epsilon for a Pre-Med resume workshop. Come learn how to create a resume that presents your...

  • exhibition
    Other

    Young Life College

    Come to YL College! We can't wait to meet you (and of course grab some coffee with you)!

  • Ongoing Attractions and Exhibits