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Archive for March 13th, 2012

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New March 13th, 2012

  • exhibition
    Presentation

    Now What? Leaving the Academy for Social Sciences and Humanities PhDs

    Increasingly PhD students in the social sciences and humanities are looking outside of traditional tenure track faculty positions for career...

  • exhibition
    Performance

    Masterclass: Paul and Linda Rosenthal, strings

    Paul Rosenthal is the Artistic Director of the Sitka Music Festival, and Linda Rosenthal is the Artistic Director of Juno Jazz & Classics...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    The DAAS Zora Neale Hurston Lecture for the Humanities

    featuring Farah Griffin, Columbia University

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Seminar Presented by Jason Barabas, PhD

    Informed Consent: How the Public Learns about Congressional Votes on Health Care and Supports Incumbents Who Represent Constituent Preferences

    Leaders who fail to enact the preferences of their constituents risk defeat in elections. The risk seems to be real–legislators receive...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    The DAAS Zora Neale Hurston Lecture of the Humanities Featuring Farah Griffin

    The Department of Afroamerican and African Studies is pleased to present The Zora Neale Hurston Lecture of the Humanities featuring Farah...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    PROFS

    PROFS is a once monthly event where professors give a short lecture on some of their current research! PIZZA and REFRESHMENTS are provided...

  • exhibition
    Lecture / Discussion

    Growing Up Activist: U-M Faculty from Activist Families

    Equity, Justice and Social Change: The Michigan Tradition of Activism and Educational Opportunity

    LSA faculty members Maria Cotera, Matthew Countryman, Kristin Hass and Phil Deloria will reflect on the relation between upbringings in...

  • Tartan Terrors

    The Tartan Terrors are not a band but, in the words of the organizers, "North America’s premiere Celtic Event, features the best in music,...

  • exhibition
    Performance

    Senior Recital: Kenneth C. Sieloff, tenor and conductor

    PROGRAM: Bizet - Au fond du temple saint from Les pêcheurs de perles; Duprac - Extase; Soupir; Lehár - Dein ist mein ganzes Herz;...