Today, May 24th, 2019
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New Events Today
The 20th Conference on Integer Programming and Combinatorial Optimization (IPCO XX) will take place from May 22–24, 2019 at the University...
Engaging Esters, Aldehydes, and Alcohols in Ni-Catalyzed Couplings: A High Throughput Approach to Reaction Discovery
Stephen Newman (University of Ottawa)
Catalytic cross-coupling reactions that unite simple organic building blocks continue to increase in scope, utility, and frequency of use....
Learn about Religious Icons
Christianity spread by the spoken and written word and by pictures. Jesus’ followers went out into the Roman Empire to tell stories of his...
Ongoing Attractions and Exhibits
Born and raised in India, Bala Thiagarajan has a passion for colors and patterns that are inspired by Indian culture. Her henna-inspired...
Darcy R. Bowden has been working in clay for ten years following a forty-year hiatus. In the ensuing years she taught art in the Ann Arbor...
Barbara J. Schneider’s studio is in the Starline Factory in Harvard, Illinois. She has an extensive background in surface design, and she...
Internationally recognized artist Nina Weiss has been painting and drawing the landscape for over thirty years, and the lush feel of her...
Roshan Houshmand is an Iranian/American artist who exhibits both nationally and internationally and lives in the Catskills of New York. She...
Rick Lieder is a painter and photographer whose work has appeared in novels ranging from mysteries to science fiction, including a Newbery...
In Juliette Hemingway’s work, viewers can imagine the grumbling tones of a saxophone or the sharp lines of a trombone. The sound is inside...
Paloma Muñoz & Walter Martin
"Blind House: Utopia and Dystopia in the Age of Radical Transparency," by collaborative artists Paloma Muñoz and Walter Martin, is a...
Due to popular demand, extended through July 28, 2019
The Roman world was a colorful place. Although we often associate the Romans with white marble statues, these statues — as well as Roman...
Brian L. Dunnigan Retrospective Exhibit
The Clements Library is a treasure house of American history. During a 23-year career with the Clements, Brian Dunnigan has served as...
"Ethics & Self-Driving Cars"- Prof. Ben Kuipers and Prof. Edwin Olson (CEO May Mobility)
Join us for an evening of AI to engage with Michigan AI experts as they discuss the ethical implications of self-driving cars:...
A multi-venue exhibition of site-specific installations, performances, interventions, and events by University of Michigan faculty, staff,...