October 19th, 2014

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    Miami (OH)

    Club baseball traveling to Miami (OH) Friday October 17th - Sunday October 19th. Staying overnight. Playing 3 games. 

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    Sporting Event

    Iowa Tournament

    2nd Big Ten Tourney! 

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    Sporting Event

    Wisco Women's

    All Women's regatta at Wisconsin

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    Sporting Event

    Head of the Charles

    Head of the Charles Regatta

  • 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...

  • Gifts of Art presents Changing Light: Digital Photography by

    Arnold Berkman

    After a forty-year career as a clinical psychologist, Lansing, Michigan artist Arnold Berkman retired in order to pursue a career as a fine...

  • Gifts of Art presents One Acre Ceramics: Art Pottery & Tile

    Thomas & Sarah Gelsanliter

    Sarah and Thomas Gelsanliter often draw on the colors and patterns of their surroundings in southeastern Michigan while creating their work....

  • Gifts of Art presents Landscape & Travel Photography

    Mustafa Wahid

    Mustafa Wahid is a metro Detroit based artist who has a special interest in travel & landscape photography. He uses various digital...

  • Gifts of Art presents Yourist Studio Group Show: Ceramics

    Yourist Studio Artists

    Kay Yourist started a working studio and gallery space over thirty years ago and opened it as a teaching facility almost twenty years ago....

  • Gifts of Art presents Warped: Jaquard Weaving

    Heather Macali

    As a contemporary fiber artist, Heather Macali focuses primarily on color, pattern, texture, distortion and memory. Her use of color and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Charting the Wolverine: Map Collage

    Elaine S. Wilson

    Elaine S. Wilson chronicles the experience of riding Amtrak’s train from Ann Arbor to Chicago by combining maps, aerial drawings and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Bird Pants & Other Formal Forest Wear

    Missy Orge

    Missy Orge creates work that is evocative of scientific curiosities and mounted butterflies, with a humor that sneaks up and inspires a...

  • 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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    Home vs University of Wisconsin

    Home gave vs UW Madison 

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    Flight trip to Port Clinton

    Join us on our flight trip to have lunch in Port Clinton, OH.

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Fred Tomaselli: The Times

    Even in our digital age of constant information, the rhythmic cycle of the daily newspaper is still a central form of organizing the world...

  • 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: 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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    Baking Event

    Hi ladies and gents! First baking event will be this Sunday from 2-4. We will be sending out housing assignments soon, so be on the lookout...

  • MEDMA Workshop Series: Production vol. 3

    Location: Forum Hall [4th Floor] of Palmer CommonsMEDMA Core and (due-paying) Members come out to receive beginner through intermediate...

  • Guided Tour: Artistic Impositions in the Photographic Portrait

    Any photographic portrait marks an encounter between the person executing the image and the person posing for it. The sixteen photographs...

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    Performance

    Cabaret

    A musical by Joe Masteroff, John Kander, and Fred Ebb Directed by Joe Locarro Choreography by Ron de Jésus Music Direction by...

  • Museum of Natural History Dinosaur Tour!

    Free docent-led tours of the dinosaur exhibits every Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. for the first 15 people to sign up. Sign up at the host...

  • Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope Planetarium

    If you are thinking of buying a telescope, this is a great show for you. The history of these amazing tools is covered in this fulldome...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Don Chisholm Jazz Voice Masterclass Series: Sunny Wilkinson

    Sunny Wilkinson has taken her place in that elite group of jazz vocalists who have stretched the boundaries and found themselves "one of a...

  • Birds: Their Lives and Lunches - A Hands-On Demonstration!

    Explore the lives of birds in this hands-on demonstration. Together we will discuss the importance of species conservation, commemorating...

  • Tulpan

    Sergei Dvortsevoy, director. In Kazakh with English subtitles (100 min., 2008)....

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    Performance

    First Dissertation Recital: Joshua Wright, piano

    PROGRAM: Schumann - Sonata no. 2 in G Minor, op. 22; Liszt - Grandes études de Paganini, S. 141; Dutilleux - Au gré des ondes; Chopin -...

  • Bill Bynum & Co.

    Downriver Wayne County resident Bill Bynum writes hardcore country and bluegrass songs steeped in the music his Southern-migrant parents...

  • October 20th, 2014

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    Miami (OH)

    Club baseball traveling to Miami (OH) Friday October 17th - Sunday October 19th. Staying overnight. Playing 3 games. 

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    Sporting Event

    Iowa Tournament

    2nd Big Ten Tourney! 

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    Sporting Event

    Wisco Women's

    All Women's regatta at Wisconsin

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    Sporting Event

    Head of the Charles

    Head of the Charles Regatta

  • 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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    Other

    Book Drive

    The Detroit Initiative Student Group is conducting a Book Drive      The Detroit Initiative Student Group (DI) is assisting Worldwide...

  • Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle

    For Madiba with Love! Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle, 1985-2013, features photos by Pulitzer-Prize winning...

  • Gifts of Art presents Changing Light: Digital Photography by

    Arnold Berkman

    After a forty-year career as a clinical psychologist, Lansing, Michigan artist Arnold Berkman retired in order to pursue a career as a fine...

  • Gifts of Art presents One Acre Ceramics: Art Pottery & Tile

    Thomas & Sarah Gelsanliter

    Sarah and Thomas Gelsanliter often draw on the colors and patterns of their surroundings in southeastern Michigan while creating their work....

  • Gifts of Art presents Landscape & Travel Photography

    Mustafa Wahid

    Mustafa Wahid is a metro Detroit based artist who has a special interest in travel & landscape photography. He uses various digital...

  • Gifts of Art presents Yourist Studio Group Show: Ceramics

    Yourist Studio Artists

    Kay Yourist started a working studio and gallery space over thirty years ago and opened it as a teaching facility almost twenty years ago....

  • Gifts of Art presents Warped: Jaquard Weaving

    Heather Macali

    As a contemporary fiber artist, Heather Macali focuses primarily on color, pattern, texture, distortion and memory. Her use of color and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Charting the Wolverine: Map Collage

    Elaine S. Wilson

    Elaine S. Wilson chronicles the experience of riding Amtrak’s train from Ann Arbor to Chicago by combining maps, aerial drawings and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Bird Pants & Other Formal Forest Wear

    Missy Orge

    Missy Orge creates work that is evocative of scientific curiosities and mounted butterflies, with a humor that sneaks up and inspires a...

  • 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...

  • Soldiers' Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan

    New Work: Photographs and Sound Installation by Jennifer Karady

    Jennifer Karady works with American veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to create staged narrative photographs that...

  • Vietnamerica: Pop-Up Exhibition by GB Tran

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • National Day on Writing - Iron Writing Challenges

    The word nerds at the Sweetland Center for Writing invite you to join Sweetland’s National Day on Writing Iron Writing Challenge on social...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: CSP Co-Advising

    Get the best of both worlds when you meet with your CSP advisor and a Career Coach in the same appointment. Call the CSP office to schedule...

  • 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...

  • CSAS Special Information Session:

    The American India Foundation's William J Clinton Fellowship for Service in India

    The American India Foundation's William J Clinton Fellowship for Service in India would like to invite you to learn more about this unique...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Fred Tomaselli: The Times

    Even in our digital age of constant information, the rhythmic cycle of the daily newspaper is still a central form of organizing the world...

  • 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...

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    Workshop / Seminar

    APPLICATIONS OF HIERARCHICAL LINEAR MODELS

    Instructors: Giselle Kolenic. and Missy Plegue...

  • Relying on the Little Giants: The Lilliputians and the Future of Environmental Regulation

    Michelle Pautz, Associate Professor, Director of the Master of Public Administration Program, University of Dayton

    Sponsored by:...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Investing in Ability Event: Substance Use and Nurses

    Risks, Rights, and Responsibilities

    Professor Stephen Strobbe, Ph.D., RN, UM School of Nursing will address substance abuse and related disorders that can have devastating...

  • Opera and Politics as Bedfellows

    All levels

    This program addresses politics that underlie opera and opera that enriches political commentary. We focus specifically on the competing...

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    Sally Fleming Master Class Series: Simon Carrington, choral conducting

    Simon Carrington, renowned conductor and founding member of the King’s Singers, will lead a master class for graduate choral conductors...

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    Performance

    Investing in Ability Event: CRLT Players--Hidden Disabilities in the Classroom

    In this session, the CRLT Players present a series of vignettes designed to prompt conversation around a range of issues related to learning...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Get Up and Go Groups for Ph.D. Students: Non-academic Job Search/Exploration Action Groups

    These groups are open to Ph.D. students in any discipline, but require permission to join/participate. For more information about these...

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    Social Media and Violent Behavior

    RCGD Fall Seminar Series presents Desmond Patton, SSW and Rowell Huesmann, ISR, 3:30-5:00 p.m., Monday, October 20, Institute for Social...

  • Positive Links Speaker Series

    Oana Branzei & Neil Hetherington present Cultivate Hope: Found, Not Lost

    The Positive Links Speaker Series 2014-15 season features contributing authors of "How To Be a Positive Leader: Small Actions, Big Impact."...

  • Open Access: Journal Editors' Tea

    In celebration of Open Access Week, four scholars from a variety of academic disciplines will share their experiences managing successful,...

  • "Nature-Based Contemplation, Outdoor Play, and Sustainability"

    a Panel Discussion, followed by Q&A

    Moderator:...

  • Attribution: Why It Matters to You

    Start this ALA Student Chapter talk with a discussion about Open Access and Open Educational Resources and then transition to talk about the...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: PSIP Meeting

    Mandatory 1st meeting of the semester Location: Betty Ford in Weill Hall

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    Discussion: Imagination and Creativity

    Topic of Discussion: Why imagine? Why create? Do they have meaning or purpose? Do they have limits? How can I use imagination and creativity...

  • Pharoah (Faraon)

    Jerzy Kawalerowicz, director (180 min., 1965). In Polish with English subtitles....

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    Presentation

    Biodiversity: Why We Need it, How to Advocate for It

    Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum hosts regular free educational programs, lectures, and presentations by U-M, local, and...

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    Performance

    Student Composers Recital

    PROGRAM: Gast - Under Mountains of Ocean; Simon - While You Were Dreaming…; Shekhar - Postcards; Fasoldt - Journey Through An American...

  • October 21st, 2014

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    Sporting Event

    Head of the Charles

    Head of the Charles Regatta

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    Other

    Book Drive

    The Detroit Initiative Student Group is conducting a Book Drive      The Detroit Initiative Student Group (DI) is assisting Worldwide...

  • 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...

  • Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle

    For Madiba with Love! Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle, 1985-2013, features photos by Pulitzer-Prize winning...

  • Gifts of Art presents Changing Light: Digital Photography by

    Arnold Berkman

    After a forty-year career as a clinical psychologist, Lansing, Michigan artist Arnold Berkman retired in order to pursue a career as a fine...

  • Gifts of Art presents One Acre Ceramics: Art Pottery & Tile

    Thomas & Sarah Gelsanliter

    Sarah and Thomas Gelsanliter often draw on the colors and patterns of their surroundings in southeastern Michigan while creating their work....

  • Gifts of Art presents Landscape & Travel Photography

    Mustafa Wahid

    Mustafa Wahid is a metro Detroit based artist who has a special interest in travel & landscape photography. He uses various digital...

  • Gifts of Art presents Yourist Studio Group Show: Ceramics

    Yourist Studio Artists

    Kay Yourist started a working studio and gallery space over thirty years ago and opened it as a teaching facility almost twenty years ago....

  • Gifts of Art presents Warped: Jaquard Weaving

    Heather Macali

    As a contemporary fiber artist, Heather Macali focuses primarily on color, pattern, texture, distortion and memory. Her use of color and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Charting the Wolverine: Map Collage

    Elaine S. Wilson

    Elaine S. Wilson chronicles the experience of riding Amtrak’s train from Ann Arbor to Chicago by combining maps, aerial drawings and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Bird Pants & Other Formal Forest Wear

    Missy Orge

    Missy Orge creates work that is evocative of scientific curiosities and mounted butterflies, with a humor that sneaks up and inspires a...

  • 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...

  • Soldiers' Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan

    New Work: Photographs and Sound Installation by Jennifer Karady

    Jennifer Karady works with American veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to create staged narrative photographs that...

  • Vietnamerica: Pop-Up Exhibition by GB Tran

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

  • 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...

  • Dogs on the Diag

    Come see the dogs...therapy dogs/service dogs, etc.

    From puppies being fostered to grownup trained service dogs, we will have a festive and joyful dog party in the Diag. You can find out...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Fred Tomaselli: The Times

    Even in our digital age of constant information, the rhythmic cycle of the daily newspaper is still a central form of organizing the world...

  • 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...

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    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....

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    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...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    International Student Lunch Discussion

    The International Student Lunch Discussion group is a space for students to have informal discussions covering a variety of topics such as:...

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    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...

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    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?...

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    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...

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    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...

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    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...

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    Class / Instruction

    Moving from Career Success to Retirement Success

    Please go here to register: http://www.cew.umich.edu/progevents/moving-career-success-retirement-success/20140807...

  • "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...

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    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?...

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    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...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    The Khmer Rouge

    Introducing SEA Lecture Series

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

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    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...

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    Presentation

    The Greened House

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

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    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....

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    Performance

    Whiskey Shivers

    Check back soon for more information.

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    Performance

    University Choir

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

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    Performance

    String Quartet Recital

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

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    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...

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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)!

  • October 22nd, 2014

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    Other

    Book Drive

    The Detroit Initiative Student Group is conducting a Book Drive      The Detroit Initiative Student Group (DI) is assisting Worldwide...

  • 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...

  • Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle

    For Madiba with Love! Photographs of Nelson Mandela and the South African Struggle, 1985-2013, features photos by Pulitzer-Prize winning...

  • 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...

  • Gifts of Art presents Changing Light: Digital Photography by

    Arnold Berkman

    After a forty-year career as a clinical psychologist, Lansing, Michigan artist Arnold Berkman retired in order to pursue a career as a fine...

  • Gifts of Art presents One Acre Ceramics: Art Pottery & Tile

    Thomas & Sarah Gelsanliter

    Sarah and Thomas Gelsanliter often draw on the colors and patterns of their surroundings in southeastern Michigan while creating their work....

  • Gifts of Art presents Landscape & Travel Photography

    Mustafa Wahid

    Mustafa Wahid is a metro Detroit based artist who has a special interest in travel & landscape photography. He uses various digital...

  • Gifts of Art presents Yourist Studio Group Show: Ceramics

    Yourist Studio Artists

    Kay Yourist started a working studio and gallery space over thirty years ago and opened it as a teaching facility almost twenty years ago....

  • Gifts of Art presents Warped: Jaquard Weaving

    Heather Macali

    As a contemporary fiber artist, Heather Macali focuses primarily on color, pattern, texture, distortion and memory. Her use of color and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Charting the Wolverine: Map Collage

    Elaine S. Wilson

    Elaine S. Wilson chronicles the experience of riding Amtrak’s train from Ann Arbor to Chicago by combining maps, aerial drawings and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Bird Pants & Other Formal Forest Wear

    Missy Orge

    Missy Orge creates work that is evocative of scientific curiosities and mounted butterflies, with a humor that sneaks up and inspires a...

  • 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...

  • Soldiers' Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan

    New Work: Photographs and Sound Installation by Jennifer Karady

    Jennifer Karady works with American veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to create staged narrative photographs that...

  • Vietnamerica: Pop-Up Exhibition by GB Tran

    We are thrilled to introduce our exciting new Pop-Up exhibition series in the Osterman Common Room (#1022) featuring short (approx. 2 weeks)...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Career Advising at Program for International and Comparative Studies

    Schedule an appointment through the Program on International and Comparative Studies (PICS), to meet with a Career Coach to talk about your...

  • 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...

  • Exhibition: Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960–2014

    Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be on...

  • Exhibition: Fred Tomaselli: The Times

    Even in our digital age of constant information, the rhythmic cycle of the daily newspaper is still a central form of organizing the world...

  • 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...

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    Workshop / Seminar

    APPLICATIONS OF HIERARCHICAL LINEAR MODELS

    Instructors: Giselle Kolenic. and Missy Plegue...

  • Which is 'White' and Which 'Colored'?

    Notes on Race and Color Among Puerto Ricans in Interwar New York City

    Some of the writings and interviews of Puerto Rican migrants settling in New York City during the interwar years of early twentieth century...

  • Journey to the East

    An Adventure in Theatre

    In the West, we are somewhat familiar with Chinese opera and acrobatic troupes. But what about contemporary Chinese theatre and its makers?...

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    Brown Bag Recital Series: James Wagner, First Congregational Church

    Thirty minutes of organ solo music performed by local musicians. Bring lunch or purchase at the Crossroads Cafe.

  • Global Women Write In

    A Wikipedia Editing Workshop

    Part of the Dialogues in Feminism, Technology & Culture (a DOCC) course co-taught by Lisa Nakamura and Irina Aristarkhova, with support from...

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    Class / Instruction

    Proofreading

    An organization’s efficiency is reflected in the literal and grammatical accuracy of its official documentation. This course sharpens...

  • Investing in Ability Event: Recovery, a Personal Story (Eric Hipple's Story)

    Eric Hipple, former Detroit Lions quarterback, author of "Real Men Do Cry" and now UM Rachel Upjohn Center Outreach Representative, tells...

  • Understanding Weather and Climate

    Videos, discussions

    Did you know that anyone can predict tomorrow's weather just by looking up at the sky? You can also predict the weather for the next several...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Why Law School? Why Wayne?

    Jocelyn Benson, Dean of Wayne State University Law School will present on reasons to pursue a legal education in the current climate and,...

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    English Conversation Group for International Scholars

    This series is designed to meet the needs of international scholars at U-M. Each session features a different topic and you can attend as...

  • II Round Table: Beyond Ebola

    This International Institute Round Table explores the multi-disciplinary interplay of the science of Ebola virus (replication, transmission,...

  • "One of a Kind"

    Jeff Koons's Ambitious Fabrication Technologies

    Jeff Koons’s self-professed pursuit of perfection is now legendary. But just what kind of perfection is at stake seems to keep changing....

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    Lecture / Discussion

    The Magna Carta's 800th anniversary- Special lecture by Professor Robert Bartlett

    Please join us as we celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta with a special lecture by the world-renowned historian Professor...

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    Jewish Poland: A Materialized Settlement and a Metaphysical Landscape in Jewish Legends

    Haya Bar-Itzhak, University of Haifa

    In this lecture, Professor Bar-Itzhak deals with legends of origin of the Jews of Poland as a cultural production that constitutes an...

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    Workshop / Seminar

    Leading from the Middle

    Presenter: Deborah Willis, Coordinator of the Women of Color in the Academy Project (WOCAP), CEW...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Fireside Chat on Global Careers in Engineering and Technology

    Have you ever considered working abroad? Come to this fireside chat to learn more about international careers and internships from employers...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Careers in Global Health

    Representatives from a range of global health sectors, including consulting, government, non-profit and development, will share the paths...

  • Equal Means Equal Documentary Film Screening

    Exclusive film preview at the Michigan Theater

    Attend this FREE preview of portions of the film, Equal Means Equal, the documentary that Bust Magazine called potentially “The Best...

  • Author's Forum Presents:To Forget Venice: A Conversation with Peg Boyers and Nicholas Delbanco

    To Forget Venice is the improbable challenge and the title of Peg Boyers’s newest collection of poems. The site of several unforgettable...

  • October Science Café: Extinction is Forever...

    Hunting, fishing, habitat loss, climate change, invasive species and toxic algae blooms - the Great Lakes area can be a dangerous place for...