Archive for December 21st, 2018
- Gifts of Art(8)
- NCRC Galleries(3)
- University Library(3)
- Kelsey Museum of Archaeology(2)
- William L. Clements Library(2)
- Department of Middle East Studies(1)
- Department of Political Science(1)
- Interdisciplinary Workshop in American Politics(1)
- Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Exhibitions(1)
- Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum(1)
- Michigan Union Ticket Office (MUTO)(1)
- Michigan in Washington Program(1)
- Penny W Stamps School of Art & Design(1)
- Prison Creative Arts Project, The(1)
- Residential College(1)
- UROP - Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program(1)
- University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)(1)
- See All Groups (18 total)
- Hatcher Graduate Library(3)
- Off Campus Location(3)
- Taubman Center(3)
- University Hospitals(3)
- Cancer Center(2)
- North Campus Research Complex Building 18(2)
- William Clements Library(2)
- Haven Hall(1)
- Kelsey Museum of Archaeology(1)
- Matthaei Botanical Gardens(1)
- Museum of Art(1)
- North Campus Research Complex Building 10(1)
- Power Center for the Performing Arts(1)
- School of Public Health Bldg I and Crossroads and Tower(1)
- Undergraduate Science Building(1)
- See All Locations (15 total)
Ongoing Attractions and Exhibits
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The Detroit Community Based Research Program (DCBRP) is a social justice focused summer fellowship program run through the University of...
The Big Data Summer Institute is a six-week interdisciplinary training and research program in biostatistics that introduces undergraduate...
Dennis Nahabetian’s metal sculptures captivate the viewer with their exquisite detail and refined beauty. Combining a masterful use of...
This exhibit provides a platform to begin understanding the effects of rising sea levels along the coasts of Indonesia, Bangladesh, The...
The dry climate of the Egyptian desert offers an ideal environment for the preservation of ancient artifacts. As the sands of Egypt has...
August 24, 2018–January 6, 2019
Human beings are political animals, said the Greek philosopher Aristotle: animals that live in the “polis,” the Greek word for city....
This exhibit, featuring collections preserved at the Clements, highlights the first-hand accounts of American soldiers serving in the Great...
Join us for a tour of the renovated Library to learn more about the Clements Library and its collections. Tours begin with a presentation...