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EEB thesis defense: The effect of herbicide drift on the plant life cycle and pollinator attraction traits in four Ipomoea species: an ecological and evolutionary approach
Whitney White, U-M EEB Frontiers Master's Student
Whitney presents her thesis defense....
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This event is open to all including U-M students, faculty, and staff....
LEAD, Leading Equity And Diversity, is a series of conversations where attendees have the opportunity to hear from a diverse group of guests...
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is proud to offer a brand-new series for learners in high school, college and beyond! “Before the Snap”...
Alicia Odewale, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology University of Tulsa
The Museum of Anthropological Archaeology and The Department of Anthropology present:...
Dr Emily Hauser (University of Exeter)
It is hard enough to find women’s voices in the ancient world, let alone the voices of women poets. Women were often silenced in...
IISS Lecture Series. A Spiderweb Story: The Faint but Numerous Strands of an Interconnected Middle Ages in Varqa & Golshah
Cameron Cross, Assistant Professor of Iranian Studies, University of Michigan
The Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies Seminar is pleased to announce a new public lecture "A Spiderweb Story: The Faint but Numerous...
Ann Heffernan, LSA Collegiate Fellow
Ann Heffernan is an LSA Collegiate Fellow in the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan. Her research and teaching...
Join MLCAs Abby and Mas on April 23rd starting at 3 PM in the CAMEO lounge located in Couzens Hall for an MPowering Study Break!...
THIS LECTURE WILL BE LIVE STREAMED
Join Katherine Nelson of the Detroit Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and walk through an interactive slideshow presentation of...
Gerui Wang, U-M History of Art
This essay examines the public infrastructure depicted in Northern Song (960-1127) court landscape paintings, which includes roads,...
The University of Michigan has ignored police brutality and systemic racism for too long! Join the protest to hold them accountable. We will...