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Exhibition by David Opdyke, 2019 Efroymson Emerging Artist in Residence
In keeping with artist David Opdyke’s previous work, this site-specific installation serves as a critique of U.S. culture and politics. In...
Registration for the Fair is on-site (Michigan League). Be sure to bring you UMich ID.What to Expect at the Fair The Fair includes...
Hedieh Alavi Tamaddoni - Final Oral Examination
The overall goal of the work presented in this dissertation is to develop acoustic mechanisms to modulate, or manipulate, cavitation events...
Vicente L. Rafael, University of Washington, Department of History
Under the regime of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, the so-called drug war in the Philippines has exacted an enormous toll. In this talk, I inquire...
Emily Biester, BA International Studies; BA Political Science; minor, French, University of Michigan '13; Immigration Services Officer, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Interested in the Peace Corps, teaching English abroad, federal immigration services, or a government agency career? Learn from PICS alumna...
The answer is blowin' in the wind: Do American attitudes on energy and economic willingness to pay for renewables reflect behavioral outcomes?
Lauren Knapp, PhD
University of Michigan Energy Institute Postdoctoral Seminar...
Physics of Stock Markets
Open to all IOE graduate students and faculty. Lunch will be provided. In order to get an accurate count for food, please RSVP by noon on...
Psychology Methods Hour: Context effects in Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) – obvious and no-so-obvious issues using a simple data example
Kai Cortina, Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
Context effects are a common element in testing hypotheses involving nested data structures: Do students learn better if they are surrounded...
The Graduate and Undergraduate Student Advisory Councils
Come inside GG Brown and EWRE’s most exclusive doors and “hunt down” its best kept secrets. Make new connections with faculty and...
Representatives from Steelcase and the Engineering Career Resource Center will be available to listen to your elevator pitch and provide...
Lucia Gualtieri, Princeton University
Throughout the Fall and Winter terms, the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences hosts lectures that brings in distinguished...
Understanding Barriers to Women’s Advancement in the Workplace: Applied and Action-Oriented Research
Despite significant gains in women’s educational attainment, gender differences in labor market outcomes persist and barriers to the...
Gregory M. Grason (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
In hard materials, geometric frustration (GF) is most often associated with the disruption of long-range order in the bulk and proliferation...
Michael Baker (U Zurich)
In the early universe, the Standard Model particles formed a hot thermal bath. We highlight the importance of finite temperature...
Michael Baker (U Zurich)
In the early universe, the Standard Model particles formed a hot thermal bath. We highlight the importance of finite temperature corrections...
The Michigan Anthropology Colloquia Series: "Rally Days: Violence and Political Aesthetics in post-war Sierra Leone"
Daniel J. Hoffman, Associate Professor, University of Washington
"In March, 2018, voters in Sierra Leone went to the polls to elect a new president. These were arguably the first post-war elections in...
Towards Energy Justice: Exploring the Production and Persistence of Residential Urban Energy Disparities
U.S. government action at the intersection of energy and equity is typically driven by either geopolitical or economic crises that affect...
Panel Discussion with David Opdyke and special guests
Join us for light refreshments and conversation as artist David Opdyke, journalist Lauren Sandler, art historian Tara Ward, and arts curator...
Join us for coffee and treats at International Coffee Hour. International Coffee Hour is a monthly gathering for international and US...
Generation IV Nuclear Reactors: "Liángjī" for Global Nuclear X-energy: A Model for Nuclear Innovation
Title: Generation IV Nuclear Reactors: "Liángjī" for Global Nuclear X-energy: A Model for Nuclear Innovation...
MIDAS Seminar Series: Chris Miller, PhD, University of Michigan
Abstract: Many real world classification problems use ground truth labels created by human annotators. However, observed data is never...
“The excluded self in some recent music criticism”
This talk works through some under-examined troubles besetting de-Romanticized criticism that uses the mechanisms of music to negate the...
The University of Michigan's Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning presents Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture: Mabel O. Wilson, "Memory/Race/Nation: The Politics of Modern Memorials"
Mabel O. Wilson is a Professor of Architecture, a co-director of Global Africa Lab (GAL) and the Associate Director at the Institute for...
Presented by The Ark
This 2-night fundraising event for The Ark takes place at Hill Auditorium on Friday, January 25th and Saturday, January 26th, 2019. The...