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Distinguished University Professorship Lecture Series - New Ways to Make Molecules: From Fundamental Science to Applications in Medical Imaging and Drug Development
This lecture will describe how fundamental studies of chemical bond-formation can be applied to achieve greener routes to industrial...
Curious to learn more about J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.? Join us for a special breakfast with members of our firm where you can ask us the...
Aerospace Engineering students, stop by for a cookie and talk with an ECRC Adviser about your job search, bring your resume along for a...
Measuring self-similarity: power-laws and discrete scaling in blood vessels, earthquakes and fractals
Mitchell Newberry, Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan
Wealth, earthquakes, blood vessels, turbulence and many other phenomena follow power-law probabilities with "black swan" behavior:...
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...
This workshop is intended for graduate students who have already attended an Entering, Engaging, and Exiting Communities workshop or those...
Eligible for Rackham's DEI Certificate Program
Co-sponsored by Rackham Program in Public Scholarship & the Edward Ginsberg Center. This workshop is intended for graduate students who...
Michael Laub, MIT
Dr. Michael Laub, Professor of Biology at MIT and HHMI, will be presenting a seminar titled "Regulating Chromosome Replication and Cell...
Mary E. Gallagher, Professor of Political Science; Director, Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan
This talk will examine the current state of US-China relations since the start of the Trump Presidency and the second term of Xi Jinping in...
Jason Moore, Phd - Binghamton University
“We have met the enemy, and he is us.” Cartoonist Walt Kelly’s iconic poster for the first Earth Day (1970) captured the zeitgeist of...
Discussion of International Issues
Our self-facilitated group will discuss eight critical international issues facing the U.S. using the Foreign Policy Association’s study...
A Sampling of International Writing & Thought
In these sessions, participants will discover how writers from around the world see the world and how they perceive the past, the present,...
Special Lecture: Decoding Molecular Messages: Organic Biomarkers as Tracers of Microbial Controls on Biogeochemical Cycling
Jenan Kharbush, Harvard University
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences hosts lectures that bring in distinguished speakers from other universities and research...
Christopher Gutierrez (Quantum Matter Institute, The University of British Columbia)
Creating and probing the spatial and/or magnetic confinement of particles is ubiquitous in physics, from thermonuclear fusion to ultracold...
Alexandra Murphy / Matthew Lassiter / Harley Etienne
During our 2018-19 Year of Humanities and Environments, we've organized faculty panels to explore contributions of humanistic inquiry...
The Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships recruits and prepares U-M undergraduates, graduate and professional students, and recent...
Louis Miller, WWI Exhibit Curator
A current exhibit at the William L. Clements Library aims to present the experiences of ordinary Americans who served in France as part of...
Tyrell Haberkorn, associate professor of Southeast Asian studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The regime of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), which took power in Thailand in the 22 May 2014 coup, is a dictatorship that...
Beer and Wine, Food and Flowers, and Plastics!
Do you ever wonder about the chemical differences between gin and rum? Or how about the science behind the baking of your favorite pastry or...
Jari Jones and Corey Kempster
SAPAC, in co-sponsorship with Spectrum Center and CEW+, are bringing Corey Kempster and Jari Jones to talk about their relationship and...
This recital has been moved to Feb. 25. PROGRAM: Wagner - Paraphrase on Die Walküre; Wagner - Paraphrase on Tristan und Isolde.
Percussion and Jazz guest artists Victor Provost (steel pan) and Rusty Burge (vibraphone) team up with U-M assistant professor of percussion...