January 25th, 2015

  • exhibition
    Community Service

    Face Off Blood Challenge vs. MSU

    Help Michigan beat Michigan State by donating blood! With over 35 drives in buildings all across campus there are plenty of opportunities to...

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    Other

    Game vs. OSU

    Games at OSU

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    Other

    MSU Big Ten Invite

    A Big Ten tournament at MSU including MSU, Purdue, Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern, University of Minnesota, U of I and OSU.

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    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • exhibition
    Other
  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    "Now or Never": Collecting, Documenting, and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Francis W. Kelsey Exhibit

    World War I was far from over in the Middle East when the Germany officially surrendered to the Entente forces on 11 November 1918. As the...

  • exhibition
    Other

    Learn About an Affordable Housing Opportunity

    The HomeShare Program offers housing across Washtenaw County with rents ranging from $350 -$500 per month. Most rental amounts are between...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • Precious Earth

    Landscapes from Prison

    From the Private Collection of Janie Paul...

  • Medicinal Plants and Gardens: Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum

    This exhibition celebrates the upcoming 2015 opening of the new Medicinal Garden at the University of Michigan’s Matthaei Botanical...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • 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...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • 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: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • Charting the Wolverine

    This exhibit explores the intersection of maps and art. Artist Elaine Wilson weaves the two together seamlessly in her project “Charting...

  • Now or Never: Collecting, Documenting and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Diaries written by U-M professor of archaeology Francis Willey Kelsey (1858–1927) and photographs taken by U-M staff photographer George...

  • Star Talk: The Sky Tonight Planetarium

    Bright stars, constellations, planets, and telescopic objects in the current night sky are discussed in this live "star talk." Then leave...

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    Sporting Event

    League game vs Adrian 2

    C'mon guys let secure the W!

  • Guided Tour: 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...

  • Guided Tour: 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...

  • Guided Tour: 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...

  • Guided Tour: 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...

  • 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...

  • Guided Tour: 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...

  • Guided Tour: 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...

  • Planetarium: Sunstruck

    Our Sun produces the energy that makes life on Earth possible. How does it do this? What is the Sun comprised of and how does it affect the...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Ross Pre-Admit: Introduction to the Career Center

    This is a closed event for the Ross Pre-Admit students to explore career interests and resources offered by The Career Center.

  • Infra Eco Logi Urbanism Exhibition

    A gallery talk and reception will take place on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. Associate Professor Geoffrey Thün and his team will discuss...

  • UMS Choral Union: Mariinksy Orchestra

    Valery Gergiev, music director...

  • The Evolution of Whales - A Hands on Demonstration!

    In this demonstration, dive deep into the history of whales. Explore some of the earliest known whales! Look at how whales have adapted to...

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    Performance

    Faculty Recital: Diana Gannett, double bass, John Ellis, piano

    Professor Emerita Diana Gannett and Associate Dean John Ellis join forces yet again for this recital. They have recorded two CDs together...

  • Star Talk: The Sky Tonight Planetarium

    Bright stars, constellations, planets, and telescopic objects in the current night sky are discussed in this live "star talk." Then leave...

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    Performance

    Faculty Recital: Caroline Helton, soprano, Kathryn Goodson, piano

    Songs From a Lost World of Italian Jewish Composers

    Featuring works by Leone Sinigaglia, Guido Alberto Fano, Renzo Massarani and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Alpha Gamma Delta- Introduction to the Career Center

    This is a closed session for the members of Alpha Gamma Delta about the resources offered by The Career Center

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    Performance

    Michigan Chamber Players

    PROGRAM: Berg- Adagio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano (Chad Burrow, clarinet; Stephen Shipps, violin; and Christopher Harding, piano);...

  • Black Jake & The Carnies

    Black Jake & the Carnies set fierce murder ballads, dark warnings, and a certain tough rust-belt revivalism to the beat of an old-time...

  • Pre-Candidate Recital: Nicholas Shaneyfelt, piano

    PROGRAM: Ravel - Épigrammes de Clément Marot; Ravel - Sainte; Ravel - Shéhérazade; Ravel - Cinq Mélodies populaires Grecques; Porta -...

  • January 26th, 2015

  • exhibition
    Community Service

    Face Off Blood Challenge vs. MSU

    Help Michigan beat Michigan State by donating blood! With over 35 drives in buildings all across campus there are plenty of opportunities to...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MSU Big Ten Invite

    A Big Ten tournament at MSU including MSU, Purdue, Michigan, Iowa, Northwestern, University of Minnesota, U of I and OSU.

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Charting the Wolverine

    This exhibit explores the intersection of maps and art. Artist Elaine Wilson weaves the two together seamlessly in her project “Charting...

  • Artistry of Donald Calloway: A Monts Hall Exhibition

    Experience the works of acclaimed visual artist Donald Calloway at the University of Michigan Detroit Center, January 16 – February 7,...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Dinnerware Museum: A Place at the Table

    Dinnerware Museum Collection

    The Dinnerware Museum, a new museum in Ann Arbor established in 2012, features a collection of thousands of pieces of functional dinnerware...

  • Re-Imaging Gender - A Juried Art Exhibition

    Our understandings of gender have shifted dramatically in recent decades. No longer is gender a matter of an immutable binary, or a set of...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    "Now or Never": Collecting, Documenting, and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Francis W. Kelsey Exhibit

    World War I was far from over in the Middle East when the Germany officially surrendered to the Entente forces on 11 November 1918. As the...

  • Now or Never: Collecting, Documenting and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Diaries written by U-M professor of archaeology Francis Willey Kelsey (1858–1927) and photographs taken by U-M staff photographer George...

  • exhibition
    Workshop / Seminar
  • exhibition
    Other

    Learn About an Affordable Housing Opportunity

    The HomeShare Program offers housing across Washtenaw County with rents ranging from $350 -$500 per month. Most rental amounts are between...

  • Dykes, Dads, and Moms to Watch out For: The Comics of Alison Bechdel

    The Institute for the Humanities is pleased to present the first comprehensive, curated exhibition of the work of Alison Bechdel,...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • Precious Earth

    Landscapes from Prison

    From the Private Collection of Janie Paul...

  • Medicinal Plants and Gardens: Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum

    This exhibition celebrates the upcoming 2015 opening of the new Medicinal Garden at the University of Michigan’s Matthaei Botanical...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • Emergent Research: Systematic Reviews

    Informationists Mark MacEachern and Whitney Townsend, Taubman Health Sciences Library, give an overview of the systematic review publication...

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    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • Monday Art

    Flexibility in time and medium

    This is an informal, year-round class in which you decide what to create. You can bring bag lunches (no meat please) and stay or drop in for...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

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    Other

    Fun, Food & Friendships: 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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    Presentation

    Saving Patient Ryan — Can Advanced Electronic Medical Records Make Patient Care Safer?

    Zia Hydari is a Research Scientist at the Carnegie Mellon University, where he received a PhD in Industrial Administration (Business...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: AdviseStream

    If you have already registered for AdviseStream, this session will help you get started on populating your account, prioritizing tasks,...

  • A Tour: Experiencing Medieval Europe Part II

    On video & in discussion

    The Knowledge Seekers will embark on another educational tour of medieval Europe. Travelers will tour some of Europe's most beautiful...

  • American Exceptionalism - It's Your Heritage

    History and religion

    "We will either preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth or we will sentence them to take the first steps into a...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    RCGD Seminar Series: BioSocial Methods- Laura Kubzansky

    Feeling with your heart: Stress, emotions, and cardiovascular disease

    Laura Kubzansky, Harvard School of Public Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Positive Links Speaker Series

    Scott Sonenshein presents Resourceful Change

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

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    Film Screening

    refusing to be enemies: the zeitouna story

    film screening and panel discussion

    Palestinian and Jewish women in conversation about peace...

  • MUG Mondays

    Check out everything that the Michigan Union Underground has to offer and have some fun while you're at it! There will be food, crafts,...

  • Cardio Kickboxing

    Grab your friends and join us at the Trotter for FREE Cardio Kickboxing!! It is a fantastic workout led by the energetic Porshia Thomas!...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: PSIP Meeting

    Monthly Meeting for PSIP cohort Room: Betty Ford in Weill Hall

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    Other

    The Kingdom of God

    What is the kingdom of God? How do we build up the kingdom of God?This discussion promises to be engaging, interesting and empowering!You...

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    Performance

    Voice Department Recital

    Graduate and undergraduate voice students will present their most recently prepared repertoire in this public forum.

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    Other

    The Righteous Experience

    The Righteous Experience is an engagement hosted by The Righteous Movement and Pastor Matthew Jones. Our goal is to create an interactive...

  • Ninjutsu club Training session

    Regukar training session of Bujinkan Budo club

  • The New Black

    A documentary film by Yoruba Richen

    The screening will be followed by a discussion facilitated by UM staff members. This screening is in collaboration with the visit of the...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: AdviseStream for FIIMRC

    This is a closed session for the members of FIIMRC.

  • January 27th, 2015

  • exhibition
    Community Service

    Face Off Blood Challenge vs. MSU

    Help Michigan beat Michigan State by donating blood! With over 35 drives in buildings all across campus there are plenty of opportunities to...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Gifts of Art presents Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Charting the Wolverine

    This exhibit explores the intersection of maps and art. Artist Elaine Wilson weaves the two together seamlessly in her project “Charting...

  • Artistry of Donald Calloway: A Monts Hall Exhibition

    Experience the works of acclaimed visual artist Donald Calloway at the University of Michigan Detroit Center, January 16 – February 7,...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Dinnerware Museum: A Place at the Table

    Dinnerware Museum Collection

    The Dinnerware Museum, a new museum in Ann Arbor established in 2012, features a collection of thousands of pieces of functional dinnerware...

  • Re-Imaging Gender - A Juried Art Exhibition

    Our understandings of gender have shifted dramatically in recent decades. No longer is gender a matter of an immutable binary, or a set of...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    "Now or Never": Collecting, Documenting, and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Francis W. Kelsey Exhibit

    World War I was far from over in the Middle East when the Germany officially surrendered to the Entente forces on 11 November 1918. As the...

  • Now or Never: Collecting, Documenting and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Diaries written by U-M professor of archaeology Francis Willey Kelsey (1858–1927) and photographs taken by U-M staff photographer George...

  • exhibition
    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Women in Leadership Lessons: Connecting to your Community

    This is a closed event for the members of Women in Leadership Lessons about connecting to your community. Room: Sophia B. Jones Room

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    Other

    Learn About an Affordable Housing Opportunity

    The HomeShare Program offers housing across Washtenaw County with rents ranging from $350 -$500 per month. Most rental amounts are between...

  • Dykes, Dads, and Moms to Watch out For: The Comics of Alison Bechdel

    The Institute for the Humanities is pleased to present the first comprehensive, curated exhibition of the work of Alison Bechdel,...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • Precious Earth

    Landscapes from Prison

    From the Private Collection of Janie Paul...

  • Medicinal Plants and Gardens: Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum

    This exhibition celebrates the upcoming 2015 opening of the new Medicinal Garden at the University of Michigan’s Matthaei Botanical...

  • UM Library Basics - Central Campus

    Gain insight into the resources and services available and strategies for efficiently finding information for your research projects. Join a...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

  • exhibition
    Other

    Library Basics

    Gain insight into the resources and services available and strategies for efficiently finding information for your research projects....

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • exhibition
    Exhibition

    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • Exhibition: Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection

    Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection offers insights into an interior world, most glimpsed...

  • LRCCS Noon Lecture Series

    Consumption as Knowledge: Pawnbrokers in Qing China Appraise Furs

    A lecture by Elif Akçetin, Dept. of History, University of Illinois at Chicago...

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    Workshop / Seminar

    INTERMEDIATE TOPICS IN SPSS: DATA MANAGEMENT AND MACROS

    Instructor: Brady West. This workshop is a companion workshop with “Intermediate Topics in SPSS: Advanced...

  • The Hopwood Underclassmen Awards Ceremony

    The winners of the Fall Term writing contests administered by the Hopwood Awards Program will be announced. A fiction reading by Chang-rae...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: How Do I Find an Internship?

    Internship search season is ramping up--are you ready?! Join The Career Center to learn the techniques for a successful internship search!

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Psych Peer Advisor Training - Intro to Career Center Services and Resources

    This is a closed training session for the Psychology Peer Advisors to learn more about how The Career Center supports students in their...

  • Danger and Difference: The Stakes of Hebephilia

    Patrick Singy, Union College

    In 2008 the diagnostic category of “hebephilia” (erotic preference for "pubescent children," or young adolescents) was suggested for...

  • Healthy Finances for Michigan Students

    Want to start off the new year taking control of your financial life? We have the perfect opportunity for you! Investment Executive and U-M...

  • LECTURE: MATT ROSSETTI WITH JUDITH GRANT LONG

    Mr. Matt Rossetti is the president of Detroit-based architecture firm ROSSETTI. Founded in 1969 by Gino Rossetti, ROSSETTI hold offices in...

  • The New Black: The Intersection of Race, LGBT Rights, and the Fight for Equality

    A talk by award-winning documentary filmmaker Yoruba Richen

    As the College of Literature, Science, and the Art's featured speaker in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Professor Richen will draw on...

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    Performance

    University Symphony Orchestra

    Pre-concert lecture at 7:15 PM in the lower lobby....

  • January 28th, 2015

  • exhibition
    Community Service

    Face Off Blood Challenge vs. MSU

    Help Michigan beat Michigan State by donating blood! With over 35 drives in buildings all across campus there are plenty of opportunities to...

  • exhibition
    Other

    MTango Beginners Series

    MTango is a student organization dedicated to spreading the joy of Argentine tango in the University of Michigan community and beyond. We...

  • Women's History Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • Women's History Month Exhibit

    The Center for Campus Involvement and the Michigan League will be hosting a Women's History Month exhibit in March at the Michigan League....

  • 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 Chasing the Cherubim: Snowflake Paper Cuttings

    Dr. Thomas L. Clark

    This year’s exhibition of Dr. Thomas L. Clark’s exquisite, hand-cut paper creations highlights work from his two collections, “Chasing...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Motion of Standing Still: Porcelain Teapots

    Mikey McGhee

    Mikey McGhee pushes the familiar medium of the teapot to its limits by sculpting asymmetrical, gravity-defying works that play with...

  • Gifts of Art presents Junior Duck Stamps: Colored Pencil & More

    Michigan & Ohio Student Artists

    The US Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art and science program that teaches...

  • Gifts of Art presents Folk Art Wood Carvings

    Marlene Dusbiber

    Marlene Dusbiber is a self-taught folk art woodcarver who has been carving since 1985. She lives in a reproduction timber frame saltbox...

  • Gifts of Art presents Woodland Seasons: Acrylic on Canvas

    Elizabeth Schwartz

    Following a successful career as an attorney and administrative law judge, Elizabeth Schwartz turned to painting in 1990 and soon received...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Art of Gesture: Watercolor & Sumi

    Jean L. Thomson

    For Jean L. Thomson, watercolor in any form comes from both a love of nature and a desire for self-expression. Chinese Sumi painting...

  • Gifts of Art presents Sterling Characters: Silver Jewelry

    Betsy Lehndorff

    In 2008, Betsy Lehndorff began studying silversmithing at a local recreation center in Colorado. She had a sock full of silver dimes and...

  • Gifts of Art presents Michigan Life: Watercolor

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa

    LeAnne Mawby Sowa is a west Michigan artist who paints with an appreciation of history and love of the Great Lakes. Her lighthouses and...

  • Charting the Wolverine

    This exhibit explores the intersection of maps and art. Artist Elaine Wilson weaves the two together seamlessly in her project “Charting...

  • Artistry of Donald Calloway: A Monts Hall Exhibition

    Experience the works of acclaimed visual artist Donald Calloway at the University of Michigan Detroit Center, January 16 – February 7,...

  • Gifts of Art presents The Dinnerware Museum: A Place at the Table

    Dinnerware Museum Collection

    The Dinnerware Museum, a new museum in Ann Arbor established in 2012, features a collection of thousands of pieces of functional dinnerware...

  • Re-Imaging Gender - A Juried Art Exhibition

    Our understandings of gender have shifted dramatically in recent decades. No longer is gender a matter of an immutable binary, or a set of...

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    "Now or Never": Collecting, Documenting, and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Francis W. Kelsey Exhibit

    World War I was far from over in the Middle East when the Germany officially surrendered to the Entente forces on 11 November 1918. As the...

  • Now or Never: Collecting, Documenting and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East

    Diaries written by U-M professor of archaeology Francis Willey Kelsey (1858–1927) and photographs taken by U-M staff photographer George...

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    Careers / Jobs

    Workshop: Career Co-Advising with Psychology

    Schedule an appointment to meet with a Career Advisor and Psychology Concentration Advisor at the same time! To schedule an appointment,...

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    Other

    Learn About an Affordable Housing Opportunity

    The HomeShare Program offers housing across Washtenaw County with rents ranging from $350 -$500 per month. Most rental amounts are between...

  • Dykes, Dads, and Moms to Watch out For: The Comics of Alison Bechdel

    The Institute for the Humanities is pleased to present the first comprehensive, curated exhibition of the work of Alison Bechdel,...

  • Flip Your Field: Objects from the Collection

    For the third installation of the Flip Your Field series, UMMA invites Georgios Skiniotis, Professor of Biological Chemistry at U-M’s Life...

  • Precious Earth

    Landscapes from Prison

    From the Private Collection of Janie Paul...

  • Medicinal Plants and Gardens: Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum

    This exhibition celebrates the upcoming 2015 opening of the new Medicinal Garden at the University of Michigan’s Matthaei Botanical...

  • Nicholas Delbanco: A Literary Life

    This exhibit, drawn from the papers of teacher and author Nicholas Delbanco, Robert Frost Distinguished University Professor of English...

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    Artists at Work

    An exhibit of work in a variety of media by Matthaei-Nichols and U-M Bentley Historical Library staff. Includes photography, textiles,...