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Thursday, Mar 15, 2012

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Michigan Classics 2012 Registration

Michigan Classics 2012 Registration

Summer softball league sign-ups

Event Type:
Sporting Event
Sponsor:
Department of Recreational Sports (Rec Sports)
Time:
12:00 am - 11:30 pm
Location:
Mitchell Field
Room:
N/A

Michigan Classics is an adult summer softball league run by the Department of Recreational Sports. Anyone and everyone is welcome to play!

March 12-16: Team Registration May-July: 10-week summer season

Sign-up online! Games played at Mitchell Field

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Website:
http://www.recsports.umich.edu/classics/
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rec sports
softball

U-M Library Celebrates Language

Language: The Human Quintessence

Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University Library
Time:
8:00 am - 11:30 pm
Location:
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
Room:
Gallery, Room 100

We invite you to browse panels about the scripts of ancient Egypt, indigenous languages of Central and South America, languages of Southeast Asia, and more – including the English language and language used in graffiti and comics.

This exhibit highlights the possibilities for exploration and discovery within the library’s collections, which are impressive on many levels. The sheer number of materials, including more than 8.5 million volumes in locations all over campus, and access to millions of digital books, journals and images, makes it one of the largest university library systems in the United States. The collection encompasses ancient documents written on papyrus, electronic journals reporting on the latest advances in science and medicine, and materials from nearly every period, culture, and way of thought in between.

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Website:
http://www.lib.umich.edu/gallery/events/u-m-library-celebrates-language
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language

North Campus Photography Exhibit

Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
Living Arts Programming Board
Time:
8:00 am
Location:
Duderstadt Center (Media Union)
Room:
connector hall

Winning photographs from the North Campus Photography Competition will be displayed in the Duderstadt Connector Gallery.

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Website:
http://livingarts.umich.edu/events.php
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environmental
multicultural
north campus
student org
visual arts

Catalog Confessions - MLibraries PostSecret

Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsors:
Shapiro Undergraduate Library
Romance Languages & Literatures
Time:
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Location:
Shapiro Harold & Vivian Library
Room:
N/A

Catalog Confessions launches the week of March 5 to coincide with the 10th annual Depression on College Campuses Conference.

Submissions will be gathered via selected Library bookdrops March 5th-16th and then digitized and displayed on the Shapiro Lobby screens during the month of April.

Cards and envelopes will also be provided at the following drop-off locations, Hatcher Graduate Library, Shapiro Undergraduate Library, Taubman Health Sciences Library, and the book drop on the first floor in the School of Art & Design.

Share your secret beginning March 5th.

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Website:
http://www.lib.umich.edu/shapiro-libraries
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art and design
hatcher
shapiro
taubman health sciences library

Joints 4tet for Ensemble video installation

Joints 4tet for Ensemble
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
Institute for the Humanities
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location:
202 S. Thayer
Room:
Institute for the Humanities Gallery, #1010

Video installation by Charles Atlas exploring time-based portraiture, the body, fragmentation, and movement of Merce Cunningham.

Related events: Film Screening of The Legend of Leigh Bowery by Charles Atlas: Monday, February 13, 7pm, UMMA Stern Auditorium, 525 S. State. (Presented in conjunction with UMS)

Brown Bag Lecture by Charles Atlas: “Video in Performance and Video as Performance,” Tuesday, February 14, 12:30pm, 202 S. Thayer, room 2022

Gallery Reception with Charles Atlas: Wednesday, February 15, 4:30-6pm, U-M Institute for the Humanities Gallery, 202 S. Thayer, room 1010

The gallery is open Saturday 11am-3pm and closed Sunday.

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Website:
www.lsa.umich.edu/humanities/events
Tags:
dance
film
visual arts

Recent Acquisitions: Curator's Choice, Part I

Karl Struss United States, 1886-1981 Yacht Harbor, Lake Como 1909 Platinum print
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
10:00 am
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
N/A

This is the first part of a two-part exhibition introducing exciting, recently acquired works from UMMA's collections gifted to the museum during the past five years. Recent Acquisitions: Curator's Choice, Part I presents a first look at artworks, mostly prints, drawings, and photographs by artists as diverse as Annie Leibovitz, Edward Steichen, and Rembrandt van Rijn. Carole McNamara, Senior Curator of Western Art, chose works that focus on some of the enduring and compelling themes that have occupied artists in Europe and America. One is the preoccupation with the human form as an expression of ideas, feelings, and sensations. This selection begins with the tradition of the academic nude study and progresses to embrace different genres, from both secular and religious contexts. Another selection-landscapes and cityscapes-are each opportunities for artists to speak to our relationship to the natural world-both in how we experience landscape as well as how we construct our own urban environments.

This exhibition is made possible in part by the University of Michigan Office of the Provost.

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Website:
http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-choice.php
Tags:
umma
visual arts

Robert Wilson: Video 50

Robert Wilson. “Video 50,” 1978. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), Ne
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
New Media Gallery

The tiny dramas that comprise Robert Wilson's Video 50 contain aspects of his hallmark aesthetic: surreal or dream-like imagery, the absence of a linear narrative, the conflation of seemingly unrelated characters and micro-stories, and a mesmerizingly slow pace. Video 50 consists of a randomly arranged set of 30-second "episodes," a few of which feature notable French personalities of the 1970s-perfumier Hélène Rochas stares down a mugger, culture minister Michel Guy struggles to open a dresser drawer-and Wilson thought of these as miniature portraits or character studies. The creator and director of aggressively experimental theater, Wilson first came to prominence with works from the mid-1970s such as The Life and Times of Joseph Stalin (1973) and Einstein on the Beach (1976). These lavish, unusually long productions broke and then redefined every convention of theater. In Video 50 his shorter time-based portraits explore the intersection of narrative and still-life, seductively dissolving the distance between viewer and subject.

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Website:
http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-wilson.php
Tags:
art
exhibition
museum
umma
video
visual arts

Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life

Flux Year Box 2, 1966, five-compartment wooden box containing work by various ar
Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
N/A

Fluxus emerged in the early 1960s as a loose, international network of artists, composers, and designers-"led" by Lithuanian-born American artist George Maciunas (1931-1978)- that was noted for blurring the boundaries between art and life. Fluxus artists like Maciunas, Nam June Paik, George Brecht, and Yoko Ono, among many others, challenged the notion of high art by creating unassuming, often humorous objects and performances that redefined the terms of artistic production by demonstrating the idea that "anything can be art and anyone can do it." Because of their disregard for traditional artistic media, many of the objects in the exhibition are-often by design-acutely resistant to conventional forms of museum display. Variously conceived as carriers of ideas, absurdist send-ups of consumer products, and invitations to direct, playful participation by the viewer, these works attempt to undermine the idea that art is separate from the activity of living one's life. Through 116 works, Fluxus and the Essential Questions of Life will introduce visitors to the study and appreciation of art as an exciting and intellectually rewarding experience, and to the notion that art is something that can play an active role in their own approaches to life's essential questions.

This exhibition was organized by the Hood Museum of Art and was generously supported by Constance and Walter Burke, Dartmouth College Class of 1944, the Marie-Louise and Samuel R. Rosenthal Fund, and the Ray Winfield Smith 1918 Fund. UMMA's installation is made possible in part by the University of Michigan Health System, the University of Michigan Office of the Provost, Arts at Michigan, and the CEW Frances and Sydney Lewis Visiting Leaders Fund.

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Website:
http://www.umma.umich.edu/view/exhibitions/2011-fluxus.php
Tags:
umma
visual arts

Matthaei Botanical Gardens - Celebrating 50 Years on Dixboro Road

Spring 2012 Exhibit and Display

Event Type:
Exhibition
Sponsor:
Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum
Time:
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Location:
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Room:
N/A

Join us at Matthaei Botanical Gardens in celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the dedication of the gardens in 1962. Travel back in time to view images of the conservatory, buildings, and grounds as they were 50 years ago; learn about how faculty and students have been using the Botanical Gardens for research, teaching, and learning for decades, including exciting current work by Associate Professor of Architecture Moji Navvab; and catch a breath of warmer weather in the conservatory with a spring flower display. Free conservatory admission.

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Website:
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/mbg/default.asp
Tags:
environmental
exhibit
gardens
matthaei
spring

Introduction to Mindfulness

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
3100

Each workshop will provide knowledge and experiential practice of basic mindfulness skills. Mindfulness can help to reduce daily stresses, cultivate greater awareness of the present, and accept life's difficulties. Workshops may include: introductory principles of mindfulness, sitting and walking meditations, emotion awareness, and relaxation breath work. Students are welcome to attend any week.

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Website:
www.umich.edu/~caps
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health and wellness
workshop

Nourish YourSELF: A Lunch Series for Self-Identified Women of Color

Nourish YourSELF: A Lunch Series for Self-Identified Women of Color

“The ‘F’ Word: What Does Feminism Mean for Women of Color?”

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsors:
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Division of Student Affairs (DSA)
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
MSA Chambers

Nourish YourSELF seeks to empower women of color around issues of identity, intercultural competency, and health and wellness that affect them in an open, spirited atmosphere. The program welcomes all University of Michigan women of color – undergraduate and graduate, faculty and staff. This special session of Nourish is co-sponsored by the Coalition for Queer People of Color and will feature a panel of diverse women discussing the topic of feminism. Free lunch will be provided.

The Coalition for Queer People of Color is a group of Michigan students, faculty and staff all committed to building community around, and highlighting the lived experiences of, queer people of color. Click the following link for updates and more information about the Coalition for Queer People of Color: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Coalition-for-Queer-People-of-Color/304344932958637

Located on the 3rd Floor

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Website:
www.mesa.umich.edu
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caps
coalition for queer people of color
discussion
dsa
luncheon workshop
mesa
multicultural
women of color

Michigan Madness

North Campus Series

Event Type:
Sporting Event
Sponsor:
Center for Campus Involvement
Time:
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location:
Pierpont Commons
Room:
Rec Lounge

Get ready to cheer on your favorite team for this years March Madness! Come out to the Pierpont Rec Space March 15th, 16th, 24th and 25th for a game day viewing party with FREE food and lots of giveaways. Don't forget the national championship viewing party on April 2nd. Follow us @uminvolvement for more updates!

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Website:
campusinvolvement.umich.edu
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basketball
free
north campus
sports event

QandA: Paul and Linda Rosenthal

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
2:30 pm
Location:
Moore Building (Music, Theatre, and Dance)
Room:
Room 2058

Paul Rosenthal (Artistic Director of the Sitka Music Festival), and Linda Rosenthal (Artistic Director of Juno Jazz & Classics and the Lake Placid Chamber Music Institute) will talk with students regarding outreach and career building.

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Cost:
Free - no tickets required
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music

"Making Space: Saints and Settlers in Early Modern India"

Nile Green, University of California, Los Angeles

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsor:
History - Eisenberg Institute
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location:
Tisch Hall
Room:
1014

How in its emotional no less than institutional senses could settlement emerge in an early modern ‘world on the move’? The lecture explores the tensions between mobility and locality through the ways Sufi Islam responded to demands of settlement by preserving the migrant bodies of blessed men and the shrines, texts and rituals that surrounded them. Tracing how different Muslim communities located their sense of belonging, the lecture shows how religious resources were deployed to create new spaces of memory on Indian soil through the interplay of architecture and narrative as Afghan, Mughal and Hindustani Muslims constructed new homelands while remembering their distant places of origin.

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Website:
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/eihs/
Tags:
history

EEB Thursday Seminar Series

Regulatory evolution of wing pigmentation patterns emergence and diversification in flies, presented by Dr. Benjamin Prud'homme, Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille-Luminy, France

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsor:
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location:
Chemistry
Room:
1200

The typical pattern of morphological evolution associated with the radiation of a group of related species is the emergence of a novel trait and its subsequent diversification. From butterfly eyespots and their various colorful rings to the diversity of shapes assumed by vertebrate teeth, seashells or horn beetles, this pattern of emergence-diversification holds for countless characters across most animal groups. Yet, the genetic mechanisms associated with these two evolutionary steps are poorly characterised. We have characterized some of the genetic changes underlying the evolution and the diversification of a wing pigmentation pattern in some Drosophila species. Our results show how a primitive spot of dark pigment on fly wings has first evolved from the assembly of a novel gene regulatory module whereby pigmentation genes fell under the regulation of a common transcriptional activator. The primitive wing spot pattern subsequently diversified through the sole changes in spatial distribution of this activator. These results suggest that the genetic changes underlying the emergence and the diversification of the wing pigmentation patterns are partitioned within genetic networks. More generally, this two-step model accounts at the gene regulatory level for the general pattern observed in animals and plants where morphological diversification mostly results from occasional novelties and infinite variations on these new themes.

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Website:
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/eeb/news_events/events/eventDetail.asp?ID=144
Tags:
ecology
evolutionary biology

Global and Intercultural Study Opportunity Info Session

Programs in Germany

Event Type:
Meeting
Sponsor:
Center for Global and Intercultural Study
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location:
Angell Hall
Room:
G155 CGIS Office

Interested in global study in Germany? Not sure where to begin? Please attend our information session on Thursday, March 15 from 4pm to 5pm in G155 Angell Hall.

At this session you will learn about:

• The 2 CGIS programs available in Germany • Other non-UM options in Germany • Scholarships and Financial Aid

During the session you will have a chance to meet with a German Language Concentration Advisor and a CGIS Advisor, as well as U-M students who have participated on the CGIS programs. If you are unable to attend this session but would still like to learn more please contact cgis@umich.edu or (734) 764-4311 with any questions.

Conference Room D inside CGIS Office

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Website:
www.lsa.umich.edu/cgis
Tags:
global engagement
global opportunities
intercultural
multicultural

SHARP insights: How Title IX Changed the Game

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsor:
University Library
Time:
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Location:
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
Room:
Gallery

“The impact of journalistic norms on the framing of Title IX and women’s sports.” Presented by Marie Hardin, Associate Professor of Journalism and Associate Director for Sports Journalism at Penn State University.

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Website:
N/A
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title ix
women's sports

Breaking the Ice

Daily Common Concerns Meeting

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Time:
4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
3100

If you struggle to form connections with new people, then this session will be helpful to you. We will explore strategies for meeting new people and forming new friendships. Depending on the needs of the participants, we may also talk about ways to deepen the friendships that you already have.

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Website:
www.umich.edu/~caps
Tags:
health and wellness
workshop

Student Organization Roundtable

Student Organization Roundtable Marketing

Effective Use of Social Media

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsors:
Center for Campus Involvement
Student Organization Info - SAL
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Location:
Michigan Union
Room:
MSA Chambers - 3rd Floor

This month's roundtable will help your organization use social media more effectively. Our guest presenter, Eric Heilmeier, will discuss how student orgs can use recent changes to Facebook effectively, how to create a brand and market using several different social networking sites, and creating and protecting your online identity. There will also be time to hear from fellow students and ask questions.

Light refreshments will be provided! We will continue our semester-long raffle for $100 for your student organization! Your student org will receive one entry into the raffle for every member of your organization who attends a Student Organization Roundtable. We encourage you to attend every Roundtable throughout the semester because the more you attend, the better chance your org has to win $100!

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Website:
campusinvolvement.umich.edu
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social media
student organization
student organization roundtable

Emerging Voices Lecture: Laura Wolf-Powers, The University of Pennsylvania School of Design

Lecture Title: Teaching Planners to Deal: The Pedagogical Value of a (Simulated) Development Negotiation

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsor:
A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning
Time:
6:00 pm
Location:
Art and Architecture Building
Room:
Art + Architecture Auditorium, Rm. 2104

Laura Wolf-Powers is an assistant professor in the graduate city and regional planning program at the University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches urban economics, economic development and community development. Her research focuses on metropolitan labor markets, job-centered economic development, workforce development, and the role of third sector organizations in urban politics and governance.

This lecture is part of PARG's Emerging Voices Lecture Series. P+ARG is comprised of research students in both Urban and Regional Planning and Architecture. Our main purpose is to enhance the social and academic experiences of research students in the college. We organize forums for sharing research across disciplines as well as casual social events. We also use the group as a platform from which to approach administrators and outside groups with our aspirations and concerns as a student body. Our most exciting project this year will be the extension of last year's successful "Emerging Voices" series of guest lectures into a day-long conference planned for March 2011. This conference will be interdisciplinary in nature, and is themed "The Lean Years: Infrastructure, Dwelling and Sustenance," where we will convene local and visiting scholars to discuss the future challenges and interesting constraints facing those who shape the built environment.

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Website:
http://www.tcaup.umich.edu/news_and_events/lecture_series/
Tags:
architecture
north campus

Building Your Professional Community

Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
The Career Center
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Location:
Mason Hall
Room:
3448

Building a strong community can be key to understanding your career options and uncovering great opportunities. Discover ways to identify, research, and build community to support your job search and career planning.

Closed - Collegiate DECA members

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Website:
http://careercenter.umich.edu
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deca
the career center

Roses in the Concrete

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Event Type:
Ceremony / Service
Sponsors:
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Division of Student Affairs (DSA)
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
Michigan League
Room:
Vandenberg Room of the Michigan League

This program acknowledges and recognizes African American women and women of African descent on the campus of the University of Michigan. We hope to encourage women, both those who have shown great leadership and service to the surrounding community and those that have decided to take a humble yet important role in building the community, to continue being strong and dedicated to their individual efforts. The women being honored include students, faculty, and staff members from the University of Michigan.

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Website:
N/A
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alpha phi alpha fraternity
mesa

MESA/Trotter Grants Workshop

Grants Workshop
Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location:
William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center
Room:
Conference Room B

RSVP by March 13, 2012 (see link below)

The Office of Multi–Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) and the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center offer grant opportunities to student organizations for the purpose of developing programs, events, & activities that foster intercultural leadership and strengthen community development.

Workshop participants will learn the following:  How to write an effective grant proposal  Information on program budgeting  Criteria for maximizing funding  Examples of quality grant applications For questions or more information, contact MESA/Trotter grant committee by emailing mesatrottergrants@umich.edu or calling the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) at (734) 763-9044.

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Website:
http://uuis.umich.edu/workshop2/workshopdet.cfm?wid=827
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funding
grants
mesa

Issues in Museum Studies

Renewing Scotland's Most Popular Museum

Event Type:
Presentation
Sponsor:
Museum Studies Program
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
Museum of Art
Room:
Helmut Stern Auditorium

Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery houses an impressive mix of artifacts, artwork, and natural history collections. This presentation will discuss the museum’s recent refurbishment in order to expand upon its role as a center for public education and to reflect the diversity of Glasgow’s civic museum complex.

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Website:
http://ummsp.lsa.umich.edu/newsandevents/currentevents/lectures_detail/renewing_scotlands_most_popul
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museums

Moving in the Moment: A Workshop in Dance Improvisation with Sean Hoskins, MFA

moving in the moment workshop
Event Type:
Workshop / Seminar
Sponsor:
Living Arts Programming Board
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
Bursley Hall
Room:
1320 (Living Arts Studio)

De-stress before midterms with this workshop from popular dance instructor Sean Hoskins. http://seanhoskins.com/

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Website:
http://livingarts.umich.edu
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dance
health and wellness
north campus

SAPAC Discussion Series

Event Type:
Lecture / Discussion
Sponsor:
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center-Peer Education Program
Time:
7:30 pm
Location:
Palmer Commons
Room:
4th Floor Great Lakes North Room

Edilberto Moreno, M.D a physician specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. He is skilled at diagnosing and treating a wide range of gynecological issues and complete pregnancy care. Dr. Moreno will discuss the cultural shifts that have occurred in the field of OB/GYN, like reduced sexism and more focus on what the mother wants to happen during labor, etc. Dr. Moreno will be answering questions during this very discussion-based event. You can find out more information about Dr. Moreno at: http://mi-obgyn.com/dr-moreno.php

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Website:
http://www.umich.edu/~sapac/
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discussion
health and wellness
sapac
social justice
student org

Creative Arts Orchestra

Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Time:
8:00 pm
Location:
Rackham Graduate School (Horace H.)
Room:
Auditorium

Mark Kirschenmann, director. An evening of contemporary, creative improvisation.

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Cost:
Free - no tickets required
Website:
http://www.music.umich.edu/
Tags:
music

LGBT Commission Spring Pride Week- Flames on Ice

Spring Pride Week Events

FREE Ice Skating for Spring Pride Week

Event Type:
Recreational / Games
Sponsor:
MSA - LGBT Issues
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Location:
Yost Ice Arena
Room:
N/A

Join the LGBT Issues Commission of the Central Student Government for FREE ice skating at Yost Ice Arena in honor of Spring Pride Week. Your admission and skate rental fees are covered, so come join us at Yost and enjoy this annual tradition with us!

Email lgbtstudentlife@umich.edu for more information!

Bring friends!

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Website:
lgbtstudentlife@umich.edu
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ally
free
fun
ice skating
lgbt commission
lgbtq

Performance Showcase: Images of Identities

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Event Type:
Performance
Sponsor:
Center for Campus Involvement
Time:
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Location:
Michigan League
Room:
Underground

Want a new way to escape the hustle and bustle of college life? Let Images of Identities Improv Comedy group provide laughter that is good for your soul. One Thursday each month, join us for a night of laughs, food, fun, and surprises.

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Website:
campusinvolvement.umich.edu
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center for community involvement
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performance
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