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BME Seminar Series: Mary N. Teruel - Stanford University
Mammalian tissue size is maintained by slow replacement of damaged, de-differentiating, and dying cells. For adipocytes, key regulators of...
Shrina Eadeh, LMSW, is the Director of Resettlement Services at Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County (JFS). She earned her BSW from...
Gabriele Koch, Assistant Professor, Division of Social Sciences, Yale-NUS College, Singapore
Contemporary Japan is home to one of the world’s largest and most diversified markets for heteronormative sex. This talk asks how adult...
The Ann Arbor Suzuki Institute provides music instruction based on the idea that every child can learn to play music, just as every child...
Thomas LaDuke (Michigan Archaeological Society) and Henry T. Wright (Curator of Near Eastern Archaeology, UMMAA)
Some 13,500 years ago, the first Michiganders arrived in a land of glacial hills and ice-edge lake features covered with a mosaic of tundra...
Opening windows into the cell: Bringing structure to cell biology using cryo-electron tomography
Showcasing undergraduate and graduate projects
See how Michigan Engineering students are designing solutions to our world's challenges....
Are you ready to learn more about the three different stages of transitioning from graduate school to post-graduation career? Come join us...
An afternoon symposium where you will learn about the 2018 Nobel prizes from University of Michigan professors.
Five U-M scholars discuss the work, impact, and personality of the Laureates of this year's five Nobel Prizes. (There will be snacks...
Dan Blumstein, UCLA
What makes certain sounds scary? I will describe insights gained from over three decades of studying alarm calls and fear screams in marmots...
An Innovative Method towards Automation of Model Selection using Big Simulated Data and Machine Learning
Details of this seminar to be announced. Ali Shirazi is a postdoctoral researcher in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department.
Panel Discussion - Reception to Follow
Please join us to discuss and celebrate the significant contributions of one of the foremost scholars of Arab and Muslim American Studies.
Virginia Eubanks, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University at Albany, SUNY
Reception to follow. Join the conversation: #policytalks...
Johnpierre Paglione (University of Maryland)
The nematic phase, wherein electronic degrees of freedom drive a reduction in crystal rotational symmetry, is a common motif across a number...
Nicole Mideo, Assistant Professor, Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
All sexually reproducing organisms face a trade-off in allocating resources between growth and reproduction, and understanding the...
Studies on student learning in a new organic chemistry curriculum designed to deepen understanding of reactivity and chemistry principles
Alison Flynn (University of Ottawa)
Chemistry education research has revealed numerous challenges students face learning organic chemistry, including barriers learning...
AAOSA-OSUM Seminar: Using Relativistic Intensity Laser Pulses to Generate Huge Magnetic Fields and a Magnetic Reconnection Geometry
Prof. Louise Willingale
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics technique of chirped pulse amplification (CPA) can be used to...
STEM in Color is pleased to invite you to our Welcome Reception and Mixer scheduled for December 6, 2018 from 5:30pm-7:30pm for an...
This event is part of the 3rd Annual Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) Dialogue Series presented by SAPAC's...
Are you planning on a career in the arts? Join professionals in the field and SAPAC's Bystander Intervention and Community Engagement...
Congratulations to the Class of 2018! Kick off graduation celebrations with a graduation cap decorating party on Thursday, December 6th from...
Mitchel (HEATHMD) and Dominique (DOWITTEN)
Please join Performance in Poetry Club for their first performance of the year! There will be an Open Mic after the performance if you wish...