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Designing for the Future of You
Join the Ross Design+Business Club for our annual conference on Friday, February 8th - you'll meet some of the nation's top...
Keynote: Valerie Hansen, Yale University
De-centering the Global Middle Ages invites researchers to consider scholarly perspectives of the “global turn” of the premodern world,...
Keynote Address by Dr. Damon A. Williams
Rackham Graduate School's Professional Development DEI Certificate Program is hosting a DEI Symposium that will feature keynote...
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...
A conference organized by LRCCS Postdoctoral Fellow Liz Berger and Professor Pär Cassel discussing human adaptation to climate change in ancient China.
Conference schedule and complete details:...
Join our Global Finance & Business Management Analyst Program – Women’s Diversity Forum in Delaware and you'll network with...
IOE Students: Navigating the job search process can be difficult, especially after the engineering career fair when you are left asking the...
Statistics Department Seminar Series: Cosma Shalizi, Associate Professor, Department of Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University
Causal inference in social networks: A new hope?
Latent homophily generally makes it impossible to identify contagion or influence effects from observations on social networks. Sometimes,...
Lindsey Stetson, UM Law School’s Director of Financial Aid, presents information on financing your legal education with a focus on...
Watch teams advance from this round to finals. Nine competing teams give a seven-minute presentation that describes their company's...
Part of Learning in Community (LinC) Workshop Series
Are you a U-M faculty or staff member interested in learning about mentorship and connecting with local community organizations seeking...
Graduate student panel presented by the Visual Culture Workshop
On Friday, February 8 from 12:30-2:30pm, the Visual Culture Workshop is pleased to host "Looking Critically Now," an informal...
Don Sweeney, Founder-Ashling Partners, BA in Economics 1995
Don Sweeney is the current co-founder and CEO of Ashling Partners, a professional services firm that drives efficiency gains and process...
This talk will examine bullying, mobbing, and harassment at work, with an emphasis on demographics and diversity. It will briefly sketch out...
Edward F. Chang, MD, Professor of Neurological Surgery, UCSF
In his talk, he will review recent scientific advances in our understanding of the human language region called Wernicke’s Area. New...
Judy Dyer and Debbie Des Jardins - English Language Institute
This workshop provides graduate participants with useful information and skills for creating successful résumés. Students will take part...
Geoff Hollinger, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University
Underwater gliders, propeller-driven submersibles, and other marine robots are increasingly being tasked with gathering information (e.g.,...
The Michigan Anthropology Colloquia Series: "Cooperation without Submission: The Juris-diction of Significance in Hopi-U.S. Relations"
Justin B. Richland, JD PhD, Associate Professor of Anthropology, UC Irvine; Faculty Fellow, The American Bar Foundation
The founding principles of U.S. law regarding Native Americans, first articulated in the 1830s, define them as “domestic dependent...
Dark matter is the dominant source of matter in our Universe. However, while dark matter dictates the evolution of large-scale...
Estimating environmental impacts of a system at an early design stage provides insights into the overall impact of a new technology and...
Smith Lecture: Using Cr-Redox Systematics in Basaltic Liquids and Olivine to Decode the Oxidation State of Planetary Basaltic Magmas and their Mantle Sources
Aaron Bell, University of Colorado Boulder
The evaluation and interpretation of redox (i.e, fO2) “messages” carried by silicate liquids and their crystallization products, both...
Sponsored by the ELI and the U-M International Center
International Coffee Hour is a great place for international and U.S. students, scholars, faculty and staff to socialize with each other and...
X-ray Sources from Laser-Plasma Acceleration: Development and Applications for High Energy Density Sciences
Abstract: Bright sources of x-rays, such as synchrotrons and x-ray free electron lasers (XFEL) are transformational tools for many fields of...
Scott Hansen, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Molecular, Biology & Biophysics, University of Oregon
Abstract: In eukaryotes, cell polarity emerges from the complex interplay between plasma membrane and cytoplasmic molecules, most notably...
Academic Panel with Prof. David Rolston, Prof. Joseph Lam, LRCCS Postdoctoral Fellow Anne Rebull, and Li Yang
A panel to further explore the artistic depth of the jing role will be held on Friday, February 15 at 5:00 pm, Weiser Hall, Rooom 555, 500...
On the occasion of the UMMA exhibition Paul Rand: A Designer’s Task, please join noted design writer, author, and educator Steven Heller...
PROGRAM: Walton - Two Pieces for Violin and Piano; Beethoven - Violin Sonata in G Major, op. 96; Pegram - Night Music; Ravel - Violin Sonata...