September 14th, 2014

  • Registration Opens for Social Justice Roundtable #1

    Registration opens today for Sept. 17th Social Justice Roundable #1, presented by the Chapter's Socially Conscious Scientista, and closes...

  • Exhibit: The International Year of Crystallography

    Crystallography is the branch of science concerned with the structure and properties of crystals. Come and see crystals from the Museum of...

  • Illuminations: Painting the Night with Light

    Darlene Yeager-Torre

    When the sun leaves the sky, Darlene Yeager-Torre gathers flashlights, camera and tripod and ventures into the night to create luminous...

  • Forest Patterns: Functional Porcelain

    Tom Kendall

    Using tones and leaf patterns of deep forests, Tom Kendall studies deep northern woodlands with close-up still life compositions. It is as...

  • Annual Employee Art Exhibition

    UMHS Employee Artists

    Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of artwork by U-M Health System faculty, staff, students, volunteers and family members. It...

  • Local Color: Pictorial Art Quilts

    Sue Holdaway-Heys

    Sue Holdaway-Heys is an Ann Arbor artist known for her pictorial art quilts which often use imagery from nature and the environment. She has...

  • Ecosystem 1952-2014: Collage

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits has been studying and working in the field of art and design for much of her adult life. She received a BFA in 1989...

  • Gesture, Line & Color: Ceramics

    Debbie Thompson

    An art teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools for over 30 years, Debbie Thompson works predominantly in clay, finding inspiration from the...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

  • Scientista Sunday Brunch

    Join us for a morning of talks, networking and brunch at Bruegger's Bagels!RSVP Contact: Scientista E-Board,...

  • Remember Me - Michael Gould Gallery Exhibition

    Art Opening

    Featuring artwork and reinterpretations of Ken Mikolowski's poems by Michael Gould. Using 16 poems written by Ken Mikolowski as source...

  • Remember Me

    TanzTangente Dance Troupe from Berlin Artists in Residency

    Residential College faculty members Michael Gould (RC Music), Janet Hegman Shier (RC Intensive German) and Ken Mikolowski (RC Creative...

  • Exhibition: Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 3 / Contemporary Native North American Art from the Northeast and Southeast

    Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 3 explores the work of contemporary artists of Native North American origin working in both...

  • Exhibition: Paramodel

    This exhibition will present Paramodel, an art collaborative established by two contemporary Japanese artists, Yasuhiko Hayashi (born 1971)...

  • Exhibition: Amie Siegel: Provenance

    Amie Siegel’s Provenance traces in reverse the global trade in furniture from the Indian city of Chandigarh. Conceived in the 1950s by...

  • Exhibition: Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham

    Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham is the last in a series of three consecutive exhibitions. Part 1 of the series presented...

  • Exhibition: Artistic Impositions in the Photographic Portrait

    Susan Sontag claimed that photographs “owe their existence to a loose cooperation (quasi-magical, quasi-accidental) between photographer...

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    Rally / Mass Meeting

    MEDMA Mass Meeting (Learn & Join!)

    The Mass Meeting will be your chance to learn more about our group and easily join!MEDMA is the Michigan Electronic Dance Music Association...

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    Auditions

    Salto Dance Company Auditions

    Want to keep dancing and choreographing in college? Looking to join a dance family with dancers from across the nation? Join Salto!SALTO...

  • UM Biweekly 1: A Super Smash Bros. Melee Tournament

    Please visit our Facebook event for more information!https://www.facebook.com/events/695707843846930/

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    Lecture / Discussion

    8th Annual Prechter Bipolar Lecture

    "Deconstructing bipolar disorder: from the population to the clinic"

    Initiated in 2007, this lecture series brings to Ann Arbor, Michigan each year distinguished researchers to give a talk on bipolar genetics...

  • Guided Tour: Engaging with Art

    UMMA docents will guide visitors through the galleries on tours as diverse as their interests and areas of expertise. Each docent plans a...

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    Exercise / Fitness

    Away Game vs Miami of Ohio

    First away game vs Miami of Ohio

  • Tom Tjaarda Exhibition

    A Life in Design

    Tjaarda (B.Arch.’58) is one of the world’s most innovative and distinguished designers. A legend in European automotive design circles,...

  • Free Business Cards

    Did you know all U-M students (undergraduate and graduate) can order free business cards from the Alumni Association? Business cards for...

  • Banner Birthday! Poets and Patriots Recital: A Musical Celebration

    Join us for a concert in honor of Francis Scott Key’s Star Spangled Banner on its 200th anniversary, performed by voice students of the...

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    Performance

    Faculty Recital: Poets and Patriots: A Tuneful History of ”The Star-Spangled Banner”

    Conducted by Jerry Blackstone with a chorus and soloists from SMTD, narrated by musicologist Mark Clague. Presented by the U-M American...

  • UMS Choral Union: Itzhak Perlman, Violin

    John Root, Piano

    Israeli violinist Itzhak Perlman embodies not only remarkable artistry and technical precision, but also the irrepressible joy of making...

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    Other

    IFC Recruitment Chapter events

    Individual chapters will host events for men interested in joining their fraternity.

  • Pure Dance Auditions

    Pure Dance is looking for students with previous dance experience, particularly in jazz and contemporary styles. Auditions will include some...

  • Gaelic Storm

    Gaelic Storm recently stepped back into the ring with "Chicken Boxer," their ninth album and fifth independent release on their own label...

  • September 15th, 2014

  • Registration Opens for Social Justice Roundtable #1

    Registration opens today for Sept. 17th Social Justice Roundable #1, presented by the Chapter's Socially Conscious Scientista, and closes...

  • Exhibit: The International Year of Crystallography

    Crystallography is the branch of science concerned with the structure and properties of crystals. Come and see crystals from the Museum of...

  • Illuminations: Painting the Night with Light

    Darlene Yeager-Torre

    When the sun leaves the sky, Darlene Yeager-Torre gathers flashlights, camera and tripod and ventures into the night to create luminous...

  • Forest Patterns: Functional Porcelain

    Tom Kendall

    Using tones and leaf patterns of deep forests, Tom Kendall studies deep northern woodlands with close-up still life compositions. It is as...

  • Annual Employee Art Exhibition

    UMHS Employee Artists

    Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of artwork by U-M Health System faculty, staff, students, volunteers and family members. It...

  • Local Color: Pictorial Art Quilts

    Sue Holdaway-Heys

    Sue Holdaway-Heys is an Ann Arbor artist known for her pictorial art quilts which often use imagery from nature and the environment. She has...

  • Ecosystem 1952-2014: Collage

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits has been studying and working in the field of art and design for much of her adult life. She received a BFA in 1989...

  • Gesture, Line & Color: Ceramics

    Debbie Thompson

    An art teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools for over 30 years, Debbie Thompson works predominantly in clay, finding inspiration from the...

  • Heart & Home: Primitive Painting

    Sandra Somers

    The art of Primitive Americana comes naturally to Sandra Somers who was born and raised in a small midwestern town "full of large old...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

  • Remember Me - Michael Gould Gallery Exhibition

    Art Opening

    Featuring artwork and reinterpretations of Ken Mikolowski's poems by Michael Gould. Using 16 poems written by Ken Mikolowski as source...

  • The Life and Death of Gourmet – The Magazine of Good Living

    One issue from each of Gourmet’s 69 years of publication (1941-2009) is on display as well as books published by Gourmet and books...

  • Remember Me

    TanzTangente Dance Troupe from Berlin Artists in Residency

    Residential College faculty members Michael Gould (RC Music), Janet Hegman Shier (RC Intensive German) and Ken Mikolowski (RC Creative...

  • The Intersectional Nature of Disability

    Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) 40th Anniversary Event

    Lloyd Shelton is a graduate student at the University of Michigan School of Social Work. He is presently pursuing a Master’s degree with a...

  • Solving Sudoku Puzzles

    For all skill levels

    Starting from the most basic techniques that allow the first-time-solver to complete the easiest puzzles, we will work up to advanced...

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    Health / Wellness Clinic

    Catching Your Breath

    A free monthly program for caregivers of adults with memory loss. Designed for learning skills for continued health and well-being. Info and...

  • Introduction to Computers and the Internet

    MS Word, Excel, more

    This class is designed for beginner computer users. It includes everything from turning on the power to navigating the Internet, email,...

  • Exhibition: Paramodel

    This exhibition will present Paramodel, an art collaborative established by two contemporary Japanese artists, Yasuhiko Hayashi (born 1971)...

  • Exhibition: Amie Siegel: Provenance

    Amie Siegel’s Provenance traces in reverse the global trade in furniture from the Indian city of Chandigarh. Conceived in the 1950s by...

  • Exhibition: Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham

    Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham is the last in a series of three consecutive exhibitions. Part 1 of the series presented...

  • Exhibition: Artistic Impositions in the Photographic Portrait

    Susan Sontag claimed that photographs “owe their existence to a loose cooperation (quasi-magical, quasi-accidental) between photographer...

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    Conference / Symposium

    Hispanic Heritage Month Kick Off Event

     Please join the Latin@ Social Work Coalition in kicking off Hispanic Heritage month at the School of Social Work! Feel free to bring...

  • AMCP P&T Competition Informational Meeting

    First informational meeting on the AMCP Annual Student P&T Competition

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    Careers / Jobs

    PICS Career Event: Graduate Programs in International and Public Affairs

    Are you considering a career in international and public affairs? This information session is a unique opportunity for students that...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    8th Annual Prechter Bipolar Lecture

    "Deconstructing bipolar disorder: from the population to the clinic"

    Initiated in 2007, this lecture series brings to Ann Arbor, Michigan each year distinguished researchers to give a talk on bipolar genetics...

  • Experiencing Medieval Europe

    On video and in discussion

    The Knowledge Seekers are about to embark on an educational tour of medieval Europe. Travelers will tour some of Europe's most beautiful...

  • Tom Tjaarda Exhibition

    A Life in Design

    Tjaarda (B.Arch.’58) is one of the world’s most innovative and distinguished designers. A legend in European automotive design circles,...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Special EEB Seminar

    The evolution of drug resistant pathogens: principles and practice, presented by Dr Andrew Read, Penn State University

    The evolution of drug resistant microbes is one of the key challenges for 21st century medicine. Drug use practices vigorously advocated as...

  • Free Business Cards

    Did you know all U-M students (undergraduate and graduate) can order free business cards from the Alumni Association? Business cards for...

  • ISP Lecture

    Arab Influences on European Musical Traditions during the Era of the Crusades

    Dwight Reynolds, professor of religious studies, University of California, Santa Barbara...

  • Opening of the Lane Hall Exhibit Salamander by the Olimpias Disability Culture Collective

    This exhibit showcases work by The Olimpias artist collective, a group of disability culture activists and their allies, led by artistic...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Preparing for Your Medical School Interviews

    Join the Career Center to learn how to best prepare for your upcoming medical school interviews. We will discuss mainly how to approach...

  • Innovation in Action Information Session

    The Innovation in Action: Solutions to Public Health Challenges competition has two primary goals:...

  • Michigan Aviators Mass Meeting

    The Michigan Aviators has the goal of promoting aviation-related activities at the University of Michigan. The organization’s primary...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: PSIP Mass Meeting

    "The Public Service Intern Program is now accepting applications!...

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    Other

    IFC Recruitment Chapter events

    Individual chapters will host events for men interested in joining their fraternity.

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    Performance

    Voice Department Recital: SMTD’s Got Talent

    The Freshman Class Sings.” Featuring all incoming freshman voice students singing their one "home run" song.

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    Auditions

    Auditions

    Auditions are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 7-10:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcome! Come with a song prepared and dress to move for a short...

  • Chronicling Childhood Cancer- A reading and signing

    Literati is honored to welcome authors from the book, Chronicling Childhood Cancer: A Collection of Personal Stories by Children and Teens...

  • Night Train (Pociag)

    Jerzy Kawalerowicz, director (98 min., 1959). In Polish with English subtitles....

  • Mass Meeting 1 - Central Campus

    Please attend one of the mass meetings in order to get a better idea of BLUElab and our project teams! We will give you a brief overview of...

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    Meeting

    Mass Meeting

    Come learn a little more about Kid's Kitchen and meet our executive board! The room may be a tight squeeze depending on how many people...

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    Presentation

    Plant/Animal Interactions in New Zealand

    Presentation by Dr. Cathy Bach, Emeritus Professor, Eastern Michigan University and instructor at the University of Michigan Biological...

  • September 16th, 2014

  • Registration Opens for Social Justice Roundtable #1

    Registration opens today for Sept. 17th Social Justice Roundable #1, presented by the Chapter's Socially Conscious Scientista, and closes...

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    Auditions

    Auditions

    Auditions are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 7-10:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcome! Come with a song prepared and dress to move for a short...

  • Exhibit: The International Year of Crystallography

    Crystallography is the branch of science concerned with the structure and properties of crystals. Come and see crystals from the Museum of...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Info. Session: J.P. Morgan

    Employer: J.P. Morgan...

  • Illuminations: Painting the Night with Light

    Darlene Yeager-Torre

    When the sun leaves the sky, Darlene Yeager-Torre gathers flashlights, camera and tripod and ventures into the night to create luminous...

  • Forest Patterns: Functional Porcelain

    Tom Kendall

    Using tones and leaf patterns of deep forests, Tom Kendall studies deep northern woodlands with close-up still life compositions. It is as...

  • Annual Employee Art Exhibition

    UMHS Employee Artists

    Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of artwork by U-M Health System faculty, staff, students, volunteers and family members. It...

  • Local Color: Pictorial Art Quilts

    Sue Holdaway-Heys

    Sue Holdaway-Heys is an Ann Arbor artist known for her pictorial art quilts which often use imagery from nature and the environment. She has...

  • Ecosystem 1952-2014: Collage

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits has been studying and working in the field of art and design for much of her adult life. She received a BFA in 1989...

  • Gesture, Line & Color: Ceramics

    Debbie Thompson

    An art teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools for over 30 years, Debbie Thompson works predominantly in clay, finding inspiration from the...

  • Heart & Home: Primitive Painting

    Sandra Somers

    The art of Primitive Americana comes naturally to Sandra Somers who was born and raised in a small midwestern town "full of large old...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

  • National Issues Forum 2014, Section 1

    Research and involvement

    National Issues is a discussion group that focuses on public issues of great importance. Participants volunteer to lead discussions....

  • Remember Me - Michael Gould Gallery Exhibition

    Art Opening

    Featuring artwork and reinterpretations of Ken Mikolowski's poems by Michael Gould. Using 16 poems written by Ken Mikolowski as source...

  • The Life and Death of Gourmet – The Magazine of Good Living

    One issue from each of Gourmet’s 69 years of publication (1941-2009) is on display as well as books published by Gourmet and books...

  • Remember Me

    TanzTangente Dance Troupe from Berlin Artists in Residency

    Residential College faculty members Michael Gould (RC Music), Janet Hegman Shier (RC Intensive German) and Ken Mikolowski (RC Creative...

  • Exhibition: Paramodel

    This exhibition will present Paramodel, an art collaborative established by two contemporary Japanese artists, Yasuhiko Hayashi (born 1971)...

  • Exhibition: Amie Siegel: Provenance

    Amie Siegel’s Provenance traces in reverse the global trade in furniture from the Indian city of Chandigarh. Conceived in the 1950s by...

  • Exhibition: Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham

    Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham is the last in a series of three consecutive exhibitions. Part 1 of the series presented...

  • Exhibition: Artistic Impositions in the Photographic Portrait

    Susan Sontag claimed that photographs “owe their existence to a loose cooperation (quasi-magical, quasi-accidental) between photographer...

  • MHealthy's Big Tailgate

    Take a break & get your play on at one of MHealthy’s Big Tailgates! Come out and enjoy healthy tailgate snacks, games & fun activities,...

  • Eat Smarter: Fresh Produce Series

    The Produce Cart @ University Hospital's Courtyard

    Fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables and more, now available here on campus! Visit us at the University Hospital's Courtyard every...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Department of Biological Chemistry Seminar Series

    Irwin J. Goldstein Lectureship in Glycobiology

    Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 at 12:00 noon in North Lecture Hall, MS II

  • Cooperative Learning

    Turning Student Groups Into High-Performance Teams

    Dr. Richard M. Felder...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Procter & Gamble Office Hours (Customer Business Development)

    Schedule a 20-minute appointment to have a recruiter provide information and answer your questions....

  • Film Studies: History of Film Part 2

    Choose, watch, discuss

    This discussion group will continue the film class held last winter/spring, in which we viewed a chapter of the documentary series "History...

  • Intermediate and Advanced German

    Texts, conversation

    This class for those over 50, will emphasize speaking/conversation and reading. The textbooks are "Themen Aktuell, Kursbuch 2 and 3" and...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    8th Annual Prechter Bipolar Lecture

    "Deconstructing bipolar disorder: from the population to the clinic"

    Initiated in 2007, this lecture series brings to Ann Arbor, Michigan each year distinguished researchers to give a talk on bipolar genetics...

  • The Book Lovers' Club

    A different kind of book group

    This is a book lovers' club that informs and inspires our reading and is very different from the traditional book club. We discuss recent...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    A History of the American New Left

    Public lecture by Tom Hayden, with time for Q&A

  • Tom Tjaarda Exhibition

    A Life in Design

    Tjaarda (B.Arch.’58) is one of the world’s most innovative and distinguished designers. A legend in European automotive design circles,...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Psychology Peer Advisors and the Career Center

    Career Center introduction for Psychology peer advisors

  • Latin@ Studies Fall Kickoff: Insatiable Appetites

    El Chupacabras, NAFTA, and the Anxieties of the Post Cold-War Years

    In honor of Latina/Latino Heritage Month and the new academic year, Latin@ Studies presents a lecture by NCID fellow William Calvo-Quirós....

  • Anniversary Reception

    CRLT in Engineering 10th Anniversary Celebration

    Join CRLT-Engin at a wine and cheese reception to celebrate and reflect on teaching at UM College of Engineering....

  • Free Business Cards

    Did you know all U-M students (undergraduate and graduate) can order free business cards from the Alumni Association? Business cards for...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    From Holocaust to Protest: The Poetry & Poetics of Tuvia Ruebner

    Rachel Tzvia Back, Poet

    Israeli poet & translator Rachel Tzvia Back will give a talk on the poetry and poetics of pre-eminent Hebrew poet Tuvia Ruebner – poetic...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Help! What is an MMI?

    Join the Career Center for a discussion on Multiple Mini Interviews: what they are, which schools use them, and what they consist of. We...

  • Mass Meeting 2 - North Campus

    Please attend one of the mass meetings in order to get a better idea of BLUElab and our project teams! We will give you a brief overview of...

  • Pizza Party Info Session for Student Ambassadors

    Come eat pizza, win Michigan swag and learn about how to recruit future Wolverines by joining Student Ambassadors

  • MCAT Group Study: Exam Session

    Scientista MCAT Group StudyExam Session6 pm – 9 pmAdvanced registration required.    

  • First Meeting of the Semester

    Welcome to the first meeting of the semester! We will be discussing upcoming fieldtrips and events, as well as the focuses of the group....

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: International Employment Myths & Opportunities

    Are you interested in working, interning, volunteering or teaching abroad? Do you want to explore international careers? This session will...

  • Ginsberg Center Fall Literacy Volunteer Program Information Session

    The Ginsberg Center for Community Service & Learning is excited to offer multiple opportunities for University of Michigan students to...

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    Other

    IFC Recruitment Chapter events

    Individual chapters will host events for men interested in joining their fraternity.

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    Rally / Mass Meeting

    Mass Meeting

    Come learn more about our organization and how to get involved!

  • Ginsberg Center Fall Literacy Volunteer Program Information Session

    The Ginsberg Center for Community Service & Learning is excited to offer multiple opportunities for University of Michigan students to...

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    Other

    Open Water Class

    The Michigan Scuba Club is proud to host a PADI Open Water Certification Course on central campus for UM students. This course teaches brand...

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    Meeting

    Don't Frack Up Our Future

    Craig Brainard talks about fracking and the pollution threat it poses to Michigan’s fresh water. Craig’s passion for protecting our...

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    Performance

    Guest recital: Moisés Paiewonsky, trombone and Michael Brown, bass trombone

    Alumni recital featuring University of Arizona trombone professor Moisés Paiewonsky and U.S. Navy Band bass trombonist Michael Brown.

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    Auditions

    Salto Dance Company Auditions

    Want to keep dancing and choreographing in college? Looking to join a dance family with dancers from across the nation? Join Salto!SALTO...

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    Other

    Young Life College

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

  • September 17th, 2014

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    Auditions

    Auditions

    Auditions are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 7-10:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcome! Come with a song prepared and dress to move for a short...

  • Exhibit: The International Year of Crystallography

    Crystallography is the branch of science concerned with the structure and properties of crystals. Come and see crystals from the Museum of...

  • Welcome Wednesdays

    Got Bagels?

    Every week the Alumni Association hosts Welcome Wednesdays (WW) from 8 a.m. to noon at the Alumni Center (200 Fletcher St., next to the...

  • Illuminations: Painting the Night with Light

    Darlene Yeager-Torre

    When the sun leaves the sky, Darlene Yeager-Torre gathers flashlights, camera and tripod and ventures into the night to create luminous...

  • Forest Patterns: Functional Porcelain

    Tom Kendall

    Using tones and leaf patterns of deep forests, Tom Kendall studies deep northern woodlands with close-up still life compositions. It is as...

  • Annual Employee Art Exhibition

    UMHS Employee Artists

    Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of artwork by U-M Health System faculty, staff, students, volunteers and family members. It...

  • Local Color: Pictorial Art Quilts

    Sue Holdaway-Heys

    Sue Holdaway-Heys is an Ann Arbor artist known for her pictorial art quilts which often use imagery from nature and the environment. She has...

  • Ecosystem 1952-2014: Collage

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits has been studying and working in the field of art and design for much of her adult life. She received a BFA in 1989...

  • Gesture, Line & Color: Ceramics

    Debbie Thompson

    An art teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools for over 30 years, Debbie Thompson works predominantly in clay, finding inspiration from the...

  • Heart & Home: Primitive Painting

    Sandra Somers

    The art of Primitive Americana comes naturally to Sandra Somers who was born and raised in a small midwestern town "full of large old...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

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    Fair / Festival

    EarthFest 2014

    EarthFest is designed to engage, entertain, and educate University of Michigan students, faculty, and staff on all aspects of...

  • Remember Me - Michael Gould Gallery Exhibition

    Art Opening

    Featuring artwork and reinterpretations of Ken Mikolowski's poems by Michael Gould. Using 16 poems written by Ken Mikolowski as source...

  • The Life and Death of Gourmet – The Magazine of Good Living

    One issue from each of Gourmet’s 69 years of publication (1941-2009) is on display as well as books published by Gourmet and books...

  • Remember Me

    TanzTangente Dance Troupe from Berlin Artists in Residency

    Residential College faculty members Michael Gould (RC Music), Janet Hegman Shier (RC Intensive German) and Ken Mikolowski (RC Creative...

  • Women's Leadership and Ordination in the Catholic Church

    Questions about women's roles

    Want to discover women's leadership roles in the Church during the first 1000 years of Christianity? Were women ever ordained deacons?...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Does Money Influence Decisions in Politics?

    Mark Ouimet has served as an Ann Arbor City Councilman,

    a Washtenaw County Commissioner, and a Michigan House State Representative. Regardless of which side of the aisle you reside, you will find...

  • Exhibition: Paramodel

    This exhibition will present Paramodel, an art collaborative established by two contemporary Japanese artists, Yasuhiko Hayashi (born 1971)...

  • Exhibition: Amie Siegel: Provenance

    Amie Siegel’s Provenance traces in reverse the global trade in furniture from the Indian city of Chandigarh. Conceived in the 1950s by...

  • Exhibition: Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham

    Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham is the last in a series of three consecutive exhibitions. Part 1 of the series presented...

  • Exhibition: Artistic Impositions in the Photographic Portrait

    Susan Sontag claimed that photographs “owe their existence to a loose cooperation (quasi-magical, quasi-accidental) between photographer...

  • Globalized Local Sounds

    World Music in China

    “World music”, which appeared in the West in the 1980s as a marketing/classificatory device of the music industry, usually refers to...

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    Other

    PICS Orientation and Q&A: International Studies

    If you are considering a major or minor in International Studies, you should attend an orientation and Q&A session. The program academic...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    8th Annual Prechter Bipolar Lecture

    "Deconstructing bipolar disorder: from the population to the clinic"

    Initiated in 2007, this lecture series brings to Ann Arbor, Michigan each year distinguished researchers to give a talk on bipolar genetics...

  • Tom Tjaarda Exhibition

    A Life in Design

    Tjaarda (B.Arch.’58) is one of the world’s most innovative and distinguished designers. A legend in European automotive design circles,...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    CWPS Artist in Residence Lecture. "The Role of a Queen Mother in Asante Culture"

    CWPS welcomes Nana Kwadwo Nyantakyi III (Sanaahene) and Nana Afia Adoma II (Queen) to the University of Michigan for one month during the...

  • Free Business Cards

    Did you know all U-M students (undergraduate and graduate) can order free business cards from the Alumni Association? Business cards for...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    The Roberts Court and the Constitution: A Reporter's Reflections

    Constitution Day talk by Adam Liptak, Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times

    Please join us as we celebrate Constitution Day. Adam Liptak, Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times, will speak on "The Roberts...

  • Mingle 'n' Match

    Mingle with other entrepreneurial-minded students and community members and find Innovation in Action competition team members.

  • 1st Mass Meeting

    come hear all about our awesome animal club!

  • Gen Silent

    The generation that fought the hardest to come out is going back in to stay alive. The documentary Gen Silent follows several older adults...

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    Other

    Bitcoin Meetup!

    Hi all, This week we will be talking about the current events in the exciting world of Bitcoin in Ann Arbor and beyond. We just received a...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Info. Session: The Boston Consulting Group

    Employer: The Boston Consulting Group...

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    Other

    Open Juggle

    Come and juggle with Jugglers On Campus at Mason Hall on Wednesday nights!  No prior skill is required, and anyone is welcome!

  • ASP Lecture

    An Armenian American Artist—Back to the Front

    Eric Bogosian, Manoogian Simone Foundation Fellow; and Artist in Residence, Institute for the Humanities, U-M...

  • Socially Conscious Scientista Presents: Social Justice Roundtable

    Provides a space for members to discuss social justice and to acquire practical skills, which will enable them to develop an in-depth...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Gearing Up: Polish Your Resume for Fall Recruitment

    Come build your resume writing skills and learn how to create a polished resume that will stand out to employers.

  • American Dream in China (2013)

    Electric Shadows Chinese Film Series

    The story of 3 friends who build a successful English language school in China called "New Dream". This school help dream of Chinese...

  • Building a Better Michigan Mass Meeting

    In 2013, the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved at $173 million renovation project for the Michigan Union, IMSB, CCRB, NCRB,...

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    Presentation

    Birding for Conservation

    Join Tom Funke for a program on how you can contribute to bird conservation while birding. Tom is the conservation director for Michigan...

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    Performance

    Comas

    Comas came together as a band in March of 2003. Its members came from different part of the globe, bringing together their many cultural...

  • Auditions!

    Images of Identities is searching for YOU! Its a new semester and that means its audition season! Come joint us if you're looking for fun,...

  • September 18th, 2014

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    Auditions

    Auditions

    Auditions are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 7-10:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcome! Come with a song prepared and dress to move for a short...

  • Auditions!

    Images of Identities is searching for YOU! Its a new semester and that means its audition season! Come joint us if you're looking for fun,...

  • Exhibit: The International Year of Crystallography

    Crystallography is the branch of science concerned with the structure and properties of crystals. Come and see crystals from the Museum of...

  • MHealthy Walk/Run @ the Arb

    Jump start your morning with MHealthy! Faculty and staff are invited to walk, run, or wheel through the Arb for an untimed one-mile hike or...

  • Illuminations: Painting the Night with Light

    Darlene Yeager-Torre

    When the sun leaves the sky, Darlene Yeager-Torre gathers flashlights, camera and tripod and ventures into the night to create luminous...

  • Forest Patterns: Functional Porcelain

    Tom Kendall

    Using tones and leaf patterns of deep forests, Tom Kendall studies deep northern woodlands with close-up still life compositions. It is as...

  • Annual Employee Art Exhibition

    UMHS Employee Artists

    Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of artwork by U-M Health System faculty, staff, students, volunteers and family members. It...

  • Local Color: Pictorial Art Quilts

    Sue Holdaway-Heys

    Sue Holdaway-Heys is an Ann Arbor artist known for her pictorial art quilts which often use imagery from nature and the environment. She has...

  • Ecosystem 1952-2014: Collage

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits has been studying and working in the field of art and design for much of her adult life. She received a BFA in 1989...

  • Gesture, Line & Color: Ceramics

    Debbie Thompson

    An art teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools for over 30 years, Debbie Thompson works predominantly in clay, finding inspiration from the...

  • Heart & Home: Primitive Painting

    Sandra Somers

    The art of Primitive Americana comes naturally to Sandra Somers who was born and raised in a small midwestern town "full of large old...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

  • Remember Me - Michael Gould Gallery Exhibition

    Art Opening

    Featuring artwork and reinterpretations of Ken Mikolowski's poems by Michael Gould. Using 16 poems written by Ken Mikolowski as source...

  • The Life and Death of Gourmet – The Magazine of Good Living

    One issue from each of Gourmet’s 69 years of publication (1941-2009) is on display as well as books published by Gourmet and books...

  • SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL EVENT

    Event coordinated by the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy; in collaboration with the Yellow Jug and Old Drugs Program, Village Apothecary Pharmacy, and UM Police Department

    Proper medication disposal for any expired or unused medications prevents dangerous exposure of drugs to the community and environment....

  • Remember Me

    TanzTangente Dance Troupe from Berlin Artists in Residency

    Residential College faculty members Michael Gould (RC Music), Janet Hegman Shier (RC Intensive German) and Ken Mikolowski (RC Creative...

  • Eat Smarter: Fresh Produce Series

    Produce Days @ North Campus Research Complex (NCRC)

    Fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables and more, now available here on campus! Visit us at the North Campus Research Complex (NCRC). Eat...

  • Exhibition: Paramodel

    This exhibition will present Paramodel, an art collaborative established by two contemporary Japanese artists, Yasuhiko Hayashi (born 1971)...

  • Exhibition: Amie Siegel: Provenance

    Amie Siegel’s Provenance traces in reverse the global trade in furniture from the Indian city of Chandigarh. Conceived in the 1950s by...

  • Exhibition: Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham

    Three Michigan Architects: Part 3—George Brigham is the last in a series of three consecutive exhibitions. Part 1 of the series presented...

  • Exhibition: Artistic Impositions in the Photographic Portrait

    Susan Sontag claimed that photographs “owe their existence to a loose cooperation (quasi-magical, quasi-accidental) between photographer...

  • MHealthy's Big Tailgate

    Take a break & get your play on at one of MHealthy’s Big Tailgates! Come out and enjoy healthy tailgate snacks, games & fun activities,...

  • CJS Noon Lecture Series

    Ritual Song in Heian Japan: Shomyo and Shirabyoshi

    A lecture by Makiko Sakurai, Shōmyō/Shirabyōshi Performer...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Musicology Lecture: Makiko Sakurai

    "Ritual Song in Heian Japan: Shōmyō and Shirabyōshi.” Shōmyō is a chant brought to Japan from China in the 9th century and used...

  • Gifts of Art presents Classical Solo Piano

    Jin Hwa Lee

    Since her New York debut concerts at Carnegie Weil Hall and St. Joseph’s Church Yorkville, Korean born Jin Hwa Lee has established herself...

  • Advanced French

    Grammar and conversation

    This class will be a final and inclusive review of all points of French grammar. We will use free conversation to aim at oral proficiency....

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    Lecture / Discussion

    8th Annual Prechter Bipolar Lecture

    "Deconstructing bipolar disorder: from the population to the clinic"

    Initiated in 2007, this lecture series brings to Ann Arbor, Michigan each year distinguished researchers to give a talk on bipolar genetics...

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    Workshop / Seminar

    CBSSM Seminar featuring Tom Tomlinson, PhD, MSU

    “Donation Following Cardiac Death: When Are Donors Really, Most Sincerely Dead?”...

  • Tom Tjaarda Exhibition

    A Life in Design

    Tjaarda (B.Arch.’58) is one of the world’s most innovative and distinguished designers. A legend in European automotive design circles,...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    EEB Thursday Seminar Series

    Sexual selection and plant speciation, presented by Loren Rieseberg, University of British Columbia

    While sexual selection is known to be a major contributor to speciation in animals, its role in plant speciation is largely unknown....

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Polish Your Resume for the Nursing Career Fair

    This is a closed event for Nursing students in preparation of their career fair.

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    Other

    ABSWS General Member Meeting

    This is our general member meeting to discuss members wants and needs, and upcoming events. Meetings will be held in B798. Hope to see you...

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    Meeting

    CWSA 1st Meeting Fall 2014

    Join us for the first meeting of the semester!

  • Reception to Celebrate Acquisition of the Tom Hayden Papers

    Join us to celebrate the acquisition of the Tom Hayden papers, secured by U-M Library as a meaningful addition to the Joseph A. Labadie...

  • Pizza Party Info Session for Student Ambassadors

    Come eat pizza, win Michigan swag and learn about how to recruit future Wolverines by joining Student Ambassadors

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series

    Pussy Riot/Zona: Prava Punk Prayer

    Founding members of the art collective Pussy Riot and Zona Prava, Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alekhina are Russian conceptual artists and...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Growing Apart: Income Inequality in America

    Please join us for a special lecture by Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress. Ms. Tanden will be speaking about...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Info. Session: Accenture

    Employer: Accenture...

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    Meeting

    SMES-G General Body Meeting

    Come and commune with fellow engineers and scientists at our 1st general body meeting of the year. Dinner will be served.

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Introduction to the Foreign Service Officer Selection Process and Test

    Diplomat in Residence Michelle Jones will review the path to a career as a Foreign Service Officer, and provide detailed information about...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: International Internships for Undergraduates

    This presentation will feature a panel of U-M faculty and staff who administer global internship programs, as well as undergraduate students...

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    Meeting

    Christian Challenge Meeting

    Weekly meeting in which we spend time in worship, Bible study, fellowship and having fun.

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    Rally / Mass Meeting

    Mass Meeting

    Come learn more about our organization and how to get involved!

  • Mass Meeting

    First mass meeting of the year!

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    Workshop / Seminar

    Dance Workshop

    Remember Me project: Dance workshop by R.C. German Theater, Nadja Raszewski, Tangente Dance Company.

  • All Campus Gathering for Cru

    For anyone pursuing faith -- a way to connect with Cru at U-M on a larger scale

    Wherever you’re at on your spiritual journey (skeptical, exploring, a committed Christian, or anywhere else), we want to be a place for...

  • Joe Crookston

    Joe Crookston of Ithaca, New York, isn an artist, writer, singer, guitar picker, painter, clawhammer banjo player, eco-village member and...

  • September 19th, 2014

  • exhibition
    Auditions

    Auditions

    Auditions are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 7-10:30 pm. Walk-ins are welcome! Come with a song prepared and dress to move for a short...

  • Auditions!

    Images of Identities is searching for YOU! Its a new semester and that means its audition season! Come joint us if you're looking for fun,...

  • Exhibit: The International Year of Crystallography

    Crystallography is the branch of science concerned with the structure and properties of crystals. Come and see crystals from the Museum of...

  • Illuminations: Painting the Night with Light

    Darlene Yeager-Torre

    When the sun leaves the sky, Darlene Yeager-Torre gathers flashlights, camera and tripod and ventures into the night to create luminous...

  • Forest Patterns: Functional Porcelain

    Tom Kendall

    Using tones and leaf patterns of deep forests, Tom Kendall studies deep northern woodlands with close-up still life compositions. It is as...

  • Annual Employee Art Exhibition

    UMHS Employee Artists

    Each year Gifts of Art presents an exhibition of artwork by U-M Health System faculty, staff, students, volunteers and family members. It...

  • Local Color: Pictorial Art Quilts

    Sue Holdaway-Heys

    Sue Holdaway-Heys is an Ann Arbor artist known for her pictorial art quilts which often use imagery from nature and the environment. She has...

  • Ecosystem 1952-2014: Collage

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits

    Brenda Miller-Slomovits has been studying and working in the field of art and design for much of her adult life. She received a BFA in 1989...

  • Gesture, Line & Color: Ceramics

    Debbie Thompson

    An art teacher in Ann Arbor Public Schools for over 30 years, Debbie Thompson works predominantly in clay, finding inspiration from the...

  • Heart & Home: Primitive Painting

    Sandra Somers

    The art of Primitive Americana comes naturally to Sandra Somers who was born and raised in a small midwestern town "full of large old...

  • Banner Moments: The U.S. National Anthem in American Life

    Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1814–2014), this exhibit illustrates the...

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    Conference / Symposium

    The Highest Tribute: The Michigan Journal of Race & Law at 20

    Please join the Michigan Journal of Race & Law and the Michigan Law Program in Race, Law & History on Friday, September 19, 2014, for a...

  • exhibition
    Conference / Symposium

    The Highest Tribute: The Michigan Journal of Race & Law at 20

    Please join the Michigan Journal of Race & Law and the Michigan Law Program in Race, Law & History on Friday, September 19, 2014, for a...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Info. Session: Unilever

    Employer: Unilever...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Info. Session: Accenture

    Employer: Accenture...

  • Bake Sale Fundraiser

    The Chapter of the Scientista Foundation is having a bake sale in Haven Hall on Friday, September 19. It will start at 10:00 AM and go until...

  • Remember Me - Michael Gould Gallery Exhibition

    Art Opening

    Featuring artwork and reinterpretations of Ken Mikolowski's poems by Michael Gould. Using 16 poems written by Ken Mikolowski as source...

  • The Life and Death of Gourmet – The Magazine of Good Living

    One issue from each of Gourmet’s 69 years of publication (1941-2009) is on display as well as books published by Gourmet and books...

  • Remember Me

    TanzTangente Dance Troupe from Berlin Artists in Residency

    Residential College faculty members Michael Gould (RC Music), Janet Hegman Shier (RC Intensive German) and Ken Mikolowski (RC Creative...