August 24th, 2014

  • 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...

  • Sayles Pitch: John Sayles, Author, Auteur, Independent

    This student-researched exhibit features photographs, storyboards, scripts, props, and more from the archives of the American maverick...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    Shopping: IKEA

    Join us for a day of shopping at one of the most popular stores around. IKEA is one big store filled with thousands of items for kitchen,...

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    Other

    Ann Arbor Bonsai Society Annual Show

    Share the tradition of the practice and art of bonsai at the Ann Arbor Bonsai Society annual show at Matthaei Botanical Gardens. Bonsai...

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

    The art in this major traveling exhibition celebrates the richness and diversity of contemporary Native and First Nations art. The artists...

  • Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys

    Lindsay Lou Rilko was raised in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in a family of musicians. Her influences, outside the family, have been singers...

  • August 25th, 2014

  • 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...

  • Sayles Pitch: John Sayles, Author, Auteur, Independent

    This student-researched exhibit features photographs, storyboards, scripts, props, and more from the archives of the American maverick...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

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    Lecture / Discussion

    Maker Spaces

    This panel explores the ways in which the University Library and the Ann Arbor community maker spaces are serving the local DIY culture. U-M...

  • Netherlandic Treasures Exhibit

    Featuring some of the earliest, rarest, most beautiful, or most unusual Dutch and Flemish books and manuscripts held by the University of...

  • GSI Teaching Orientation

    The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) has designed the Graduate Student Instructor Teaching Orientation (GSITO) to help...

  • August 26th, 2014

  • 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...

  • Sayles Pitch: John Sayles, Author, Auteur, Independent

    This student-researched exhibit features photographs, storyboards, scripts, props, and more from the archives of the American maverick...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

  • GSI Teaching Orientation

    The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) has designed the Graduate Student Instructor Teaching Orientation (GSITO) to help...

  • Netherlandic Treasures Exhibit

    Featuring some of the earliest, rarest, most beautiful, or most unusual Dutch and Flemish books and manuscripts held by the University of...

  • 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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    Meeting

    Workshop: The Art of the Resume

    This is a closed session for current UROP Peer Mentors. The Career Center will train on how to conduct a meaningful resume critique using...

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    Meeting

    Workshop: Introduction to the Career Center for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions

    This is a closed event for staff members in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions,

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    Ice Cream Social

    Join other new international students for a short walk to the Washtenaw Dairy for ice cream at the lowest prices in town! Wear comfortable...

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    Meeting

    MIST Weekly Meeting

    If you're interested in participating in a competition, learning computer programming, and/or creating genetic research software tools, come...

  • August 27th, 2014

  • 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...

  • Sayles Pitch: John Sayles, Author, Auteur, Independent

    This student-researched exhibit features photographs, storyboards, scripts, props, and more from the archives of the American maverick...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

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    Workshop / Seminar

    New Faculty Orientation Aug. 27

    The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching present a...

  • Netherlandic Treasures Exhibit

    Featuring some of the earliest, rarest, most beautiful, or most unusual Dutch and Flemish books and manuscripts held by the University of...

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    North Campus Tour

    The 800 acres of rolling hills and mature trees which we know as North Campus today were cleared by pioneers in 1860 and farmed until the...

  • Liz Story

    A native of California, Liz Story began her musical training as a young child, mastering Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 11 by the age of 11....

  • August 28th, 2014

  • 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...

  • Sayles Pitch: John Sayles, Author, Auteur, Independent

    This student-researched exhibit features photographs, storyboards, scripts, props, and more from the archives of the American maverick...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

  • Netherlandic Treasures Exhibit

    Featuring some of the earliest, rarest, most beautiful, or most unusual Dutch and Flemish books and manuscripts held by the University of...

  • Drawing and Printmaking Student Work - Larry Cressman

    Student work hosted by RC Professor Emeritus Larry Cressman

  • Michigan Union Poster Sale

    THE BIGGEST POSTER SALE...

  • 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...

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    IVCF - North Campus BBQ

    Join InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for an evening of free hamburgers, veggie Burgers and hot dogs as we meet people and hang out on the...

  • Party at the Rock

    Meet people from your area of campus at a substance-free lawn party sponsored by New Life Students. Free food, fun games, and an overall...

  • Movie Night

    Looking to meet new people and relax on Thursay night before classes begin? Kick back and enjoy a free movie as we watch the Lego Movie at...

  • Beoga

    The bedrock of Beoga’s music lies firmly within the Irish tradition, but they are not afraid to incorporate other genres’ nuances into...

  • Movie Night

    Looking to meet new people and relax on Thursday night before classes begin? Kick back and enjoy a free movie as we watch the Lego Movie at...

  • Late Night with Rec Sports

    Kick-off the academic year with a fun-filled interactive night with Rec Sports at the CCRB. Spread the word, tell your friends, do what you...

  • August 29th, 2014

  • 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...

  • Sayles Pitch: John Sayles, Author, Auteur, Independent

    This student-researched exhibit features photographs, storyboards, scripts, props, and more from the archives of the American maverick...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

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    Meeting

    Workshop: Pre-Health Student Orientation

    Gather tips for successful preparation for medical school and other health profession programs. Learn about resources and services available...

  • Drawing and Printmaking Student Work - Larry Cressman

    Student work hosted by RC Professor Emeritus Larry Cressman

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    Presentation

    Pre-Health Student Orientation

    Gather tips for successful preparation for medical school and other health profession programs. Learn about resources and services...

  • Michigan Union Poster Sale

    THE BIGGEST POSTER SALE...

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    IVCF Bubble Tea Bash

    Free Bubble Tea! Fun Crafts! Photo Booth! And Frisbee!

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    Health / Wellness Clinic

    Blood Drive

    Come donate blood and be entered to win one of six pairs of Cedar Point tickets! You can also save three lives with your donation.

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    Other

    School of Kinesiology Welcome Event

    Kinesioloy

    Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm...

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    Presentation

    Writing Successfully at Michigan

    A Welcome Week introduction to writing support available from the Sweetland Center for Writing to all U-M students

    To help make your writing experiences at the University of Michigan rich and rewarding, the Sweetland Center for Writing provides a variety...

  • Explore the Arb

    take a walk at Nichols Arboretum

    Explore the Arb via an interactive scavenger hunt, and win a frisbee! (while supplies last!)

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    Other

    Night at the Museum

    U-M's Museum of Natural History has the largest display of dinosaurs in Michigan, as well as displays on mastodons, ancestral whales,...

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    Community Service

    Wolverine Tutors @ Escapade 2014

    Interested in tutoring or mentoring high school students? Want to tutor from the comfort of your own home? Curious about how we use...

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    Welcome to Michigan Events!

    The Welcome to Michigan Program consists of over 200 events that offer something for everyone.Please visit this website for more...

  • Artscapade!

    Arts at Michigan and the UMMA celebrate Welcome Week by introducing more thousands of incoming students to the wide array of possibilities...

  • Late Night Cru

    For Christians looking for a place to grow in faith and serve others

    Cru is the largest evangelical Christian ministry in the world. Come learn how we can help you grow in your faith and be a part of what God...

  • After Glow on the Diag

    After Escapade and Artscapade, join a glow in the dark street show on the Central Campus Diag! Student organizations such as Groove,...

  • After Glow on the Diag

    After Escapade and Artscapade, join a glow in the dark street show on the Central Campus Diag! Student organizations such as Groove,...

  • August 30th, 2014

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    Social / Informal Gathering

    Welcome to Michigan Events!

    The Welcome to Michigan Program consists of over 200 events that offer something for everyone.Please visit this website for more...

  • 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...

  • Puzzle Me This: Early Binding Fragments and Other Evidence from the U-M Papyrology Collection

    Binding fragments from the U-M Papyrology Collection—including leather covers, papyrus cartonnage, sewing evidence and thread—are...

  • Drawing and Printmaking Student Work - Larry Cressman

    Student work hosted by RC Professor Emeritus Larry Cressman

  • Michigan Union Poster Sale

    THE BIGGEST POSTER SALE...

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    Sporting Event

    @ Wheeling Jesuit

    UMRFC @ WJURFC.  Kickoff at 4:00 PM

  • New Encounter

    You’ve heard that college is supposed to be a life-changing period full of new experiences. Whether you’ve never stepped foot into a...

  • Go Blue Mix: A UMix Program

    UMix Late Night is Michigan's premier Friday night tradition. Join us for this very special "UMix Outdoors" on the Ingalls Mall in front of...

  • Go Blue Mix!

    A UMix Late Night Program

    Join UMix Late Night on Ingalls Mall and the Diag for Go Blue Mix! Race in our inflatable obstacle course, climb the Rock Wall, soar to new...