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Pop in for free coffee, bagels, muffins, and humanities swag, 8am-10am during 2020 Humanities Week, March 9-13. Located in the Thayer...
LaTonya Berryhill - Operations Manager at Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research
The unconscious mind is a powerful and intrinsic force in helping to shape our overall behavior in our everyday lives. This interactive...
Brush and Ink to calm the mind and achieve peacefulness
Shodo-Japanese Calligraphy: Shodo is the art of drawing characters with brush and ink to express spiritual depth through the beauty of the...
As part of the U-M's Earth Day at 50 celebration, CLASP Prof. Mark Moldwin will lead a Teach-In titled "The Climate Consequences...
First Steps Information Session for CogSci Students Planning a Study Abroad Experience
Come learn all about Study Abroad through CGIS and how you can get CogSci credit for your classes abroad! You will also receive information...
Local Trust in UN Peacekeeping Operations: Survey Evidence from the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Tom O'Mealia, UM Doctoral Student in Political Science
Please join IPC for a Ford Security Seminar with Tom O'Mealia. O'Mealia will be discussing his working paper co-authored by...
Paola Giuliano, Professor of Economics, UCLA Anderson School of Management
ALFORD A. YOUNG, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, Departments of Sociology and Afroamerican and African Studies
Free and open to the University of Michigan community. Please RSVP. Lunch will be served starting at 11:45am....
Paper Workshop: "Dressing up as a Queen to save the Crown: the Duchesse de Berry's Quadrille de Marie Stuart"
Isabelle Marie Anne Gillet, PhD Candidate in the History of Art
Please join the Nineteenth Century Forum (NCF) for a paper workshop with Isabelle Marie Anne Gillet....
John DeCicco of the U-M Energy Institute will host a panel of experts for a teach-in on "Automobile Efficiency: Challenges and...
Don’t know your Bam from your Crak?
Don’t know your Bam from your Crak? Then come learn American Mah-Jongg. American Mah-Jongg is a fascinating and rewarding game of skill...
Earth Day Teach-In: Public Perceptions of Renewable Energy in Michigan: How to Constructively Advocate at the Local Level
Dr. Sarah Mills
As demand for renewable energy grows, wind energy and solar energy developers are looking for communities to host these projects. In this...
This workshop will focus on the emerging need for climate and space science students to translate and communicate their research to drive...
Teach-In for the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
Mark Tucker, Art Director of the Lloyd Scholars for Writing and the Arts program at U-M and founder of FestiFools and FoolMoon, invites you...
Cognitive Science Seminar Series: The challenge of heritability: genetic determinants of beliefs and their implications
Wade Munroe, postdoctoral research fellow, Weinberg Institute for Cognitive Science
Wade Munroe, postdoctoral research fellow in the Weinberg Institute for Cognitive Science, will give a talk titled "The challenge of...
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The main goal of this course is to inform and give a better understanding about Iran to the study group. This includes a brief review of...
Crystal Cole and Siba El Dallal
LSA Technology Services’ team of Learning and Teaching Technology Consultants is offering training for faculty members on how to easily...
Ana Flávia Magalhães Pinto
How do you think about the experiences of freedom among black people in Brazil before the end of slavery in 1888? Interested in this...
Jill S. Harris Memorial Lecture/Humanities Week Keynote Lecture by Rachel Havrelock, founder and director, UIC Freshwater Lab
There is a plausible bright future for communities in the Great Lakes basin. Holding over 20% of the world’s fresh water, the...
Julieta Gruszko (MIT)
Why is the universe dominated by matter, and not antimatter? Neutrinos, with their changing flavors and tiny masses, could provide an...
Eduardo Villamor, Professor of Epidemiology University of Michigan
Interdisciplinary Speaker Series - Developmental Origins of Health & Disease: Evolutionary & Epidemiological Approaches -...
Roy Parker (HHMI/Univ of Colorado Boulder)
Eukaryotic cells contain multiple assemblies of RNA and protein referred to as RNP granules, or RNP condensates. In the cytosol, ubiquitous...
Brother Emile and Brother John of the Taizé Community
Brothers Emile and John, visiting Ann Arbor from the Taizé Community in France, will lead us in evening prayer....
This live, virtual case presentation is intended for AdvancedDegree Candidates (ADCs) - PhDs, MDs, JDs and postdocs. Learn more about the...