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14 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to December 17, 2021
Here at Munger Graduate Residences, we recognize it is important for graduate and professional students to learn and grow outside of their academic disciplines. This is why we developed the Munger Graduate Program. Throughout the year, graduate and professional students living both in Munger and outside of Munger have the opportunity to take part in events focused on building community and developing transdisciplinary skills essential for success in 21st-century careers
12 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to November 21, 2021
5 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to October 31, 2021
1 session on October 24, 2021
Community gathering in the Arboretum, to provide space for students to meet new friends and relax after midterms
6 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to October 31, 2021
Northwood RA events 2021-2022
16 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to October 31, 2021
Come help us during normal operating hours; as well as, unload our weekly Food Gatherers deliveries and stock our shelves!
If you are outside the U-M community, please reach out to mbc-volunteer@umich.edu to sign up.
15 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to December 9, 2021
Events going on in North Quad for the 2021-2022 academic year.
1 session on October 24, 2021
5 sessions available from October 24, 2021 to October 31, 2021
Welcome to Michigan Housing! The Martha Cook community is located centrally on campus and is focused on building community among women. Our ResStaff team and House Board are excited to have the opportunity to provide students residing in Martha Cook the opportunity to connect and get to know others in their community through a variety of virtual and in-person programs. If you have any questions about our community or our programs, please email MarthaCookLeadershipTeam@umich.edu.
1 session on October 24, 2021
Join us in painting pumpkins for the dining hall. Residents will not be able to keep the pumpkins they paint.
59 sessions available from October 25, 2021 to December 10, 2021
Responsible conduct of research (RCR) is defined as the practice of scientific investigation with integrity (NIH, NOT-OD-10-019). Learning about the responsible conduct of research is considered an essential component of research education and training. This course is designed to provide biomedical science graduate students and postdoctoral scholars an "awareness and application of established professional norms and ethical principles in the performance of all activities related to scientific research" (NIH, NOT-OD-10-019). Course materials include readings, videos, and case studies. Discussions will take place in small-group sessions offered at many different times throughout the semester with a faculty member. This course will comply with the National Institutes of Health; requiring a minimum of eight hours of face-to-face instruction in the responsible conduct of research.
1 session on October 25, 2021
This workshop will meet the needs of those applying for Rackham internship programs, but is open to any graduate students seeking guidance around interviewing for positions beyond tenure track roles, which can differ greatly from the academic job search process. It will focus on preparing graduate students to navigate the interview process, and to effectively answer questions by strategically articulating strengths and skills.

This workshop is designed for master's students, doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows. For faculty and staff, please contact RackhamEvents@umich.edu to see if we can accommodate your attendance.
13 sessions available from October 25, 2021 to December 8, 2021
3 sessions available from October 25, 2021 to November 15, 2021
Leading with Emotional Effectiveness is an in-person interactive leadership series for School of Public Health graduate students. It provides an overview of emotional intelligence and its four components: Self Awareness, Self Management, Social Awareness and Relationship Management. Attendees will gain tools to help them identify their inner voice and understand when they are being emotionally hijacked and what to do about it. This series is for people who are looking to understand and control their emotions in order to improve their leadership skills and relationship with others. Sign up for one or all sessions!

This series is facilitated by Sadé Richardson, Manager, Strategic Partnerships and Experiential Learning and Dani Koel, Student Life Program Manager within the Office for Student Engagement and Practice.
4 sessions available from October 25, 2021 to November 11, 2021
Dinners for Democracy are nonpartisan presentations and small group discussions on topics students care about. Participants can expect to gain:
A deeper knowledge of the issue and an opportunity to discuss your thoughtsInformation about how your vote in local offices can affect the issueAdditional resources you can use to learn moreFree food! (For virtual events, attendees receive a $15 gift card to a restaurant or store. You'll have an opportunity to select from a list of restaurants/stores at the end of the event.)
1 session on October 25, 2021
This will be information all capstone students will benefit from so all such students are urged to attend, especially those anticipating doing a Master's Project in 2022-23/graduating in 2023. Dr. Basu instructs the winter semester Master's Project Planning Course (701.888)
4 sessions available from October 25, 2021 to November 11, 2021
All program and events for Mary Markley Hall residents
48 sessions available from October 25, 2021 to November 9, 2021
9 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to December 14, 2021
1 session on October 26, 2021
72 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to November 11, 2021
Please be sure to:

· Schedule an appointment (see link below).

· Arrive during the 30 minute time frame of your scheduled appointment.

· Maintain 6 ft. from others while in line.

· Wear a face covering / mask.

· Wear appropriate clothing so the vaccine can be administered in your upper arm.

· Bring your own pen.

· Bring your health insurance card and MCard (for students only). If not covered by health insurance, flu shot is $30 and payable by check or credit card only (no cash).

· Do not attend the flu clinic if you don’t feel well.
4 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to November 6, 2021
RAs, RSCs, DPEs, and HDs.
1 session on October 26, 2021
In this session you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about Rackham’s resources for professional development, techniques for exploring career interests outside of academia, advice for networking, and more! Please note that this session is geared towards first and second year graduate students, but all our welcome.

1 session on October 26, 2021
This is a test.
1 session on October 26, 2021
Inclusive student leadership programming at Trotter focuses on developing leaders who recognize and address the nuances of individual identities through their leadership informed by their understanding of multiculturalism and social justice. Through courses and retreats in the Fall and Winter semesters, this program seeks to enhance students' leadership skills and knowledge and capacity for:
EmpathyCritical Consciousness Commitment to JusticeEquity in PurposeValue of Collective ActionControversy with CourageCoalescence


3 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to October 28, 2021
3 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to December 8, 2021
Our STAR Scholars Workshop Series are open to all students who are interested in learning more about getting involved in psychology research and applying to psychology based PhD programs.
2 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to November 29, 2021
Certainly you are reading for your classes, but how often do you have time to read for pleasure and relaxation without worrying about grades or deadlines? Want to be able to engage in conversation about current literature, outside the academic? Enjoy critical discourse regarding popular fiction? Join other Honors community members who love to read for pleasure. Honors students at all levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Selections are by popular vote through This Week in Honors and posted at least a month in advance of the book discussion.

Reads will (generally) meet for a 1-hour discussion of the book on a pre-determined date from 5-6:00pm. This year, we will meet in the Honors Lounge (MH1306), which is inside the Honors Office suite (MH1330), unless otherwise noted.
SHA Engagement Points: Incoming FY (2021) and sophomores (2020) will read two books for two points, anytime in their first two years.
2 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to November 2, 2021
Join us for weekly SuccessConnects Study Tables, located in the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives (OAMI)! Study Tables offers scholars a place to study, do homework, get help or advice from peer coaches and/or tutors, and be around others in a friendly environment. You are welcome to just stop by or stay the whole time.
6 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to December 7, 2021
1 session on October 26, 2021
We understand that many of you have requested a method to provide feedback to Housing Leadership, and we would like to provide a virtual Community Forum for anyone to share their experiences with us.
6 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to November 10, 2021
The Community Matters Cohort Program provides a space for undergraduate students to meet people also looking to meet people. Program participants are matched with a pair of peer facilitators and a small group of other students who are interested in finding community. This community is designed to support students navigate community building in multiple environments. Students will connect through cohort social events and conversations about cultivating support networks during our time at U-M.
In-person Cohorts run from the week of September 13 until the week of November 8. Please select a cohort that aligns with your schedule and availability. You will receive a recurring calendar invitation for future cohort meetings - this sign up reflects only the first meeting, but cohorts meet weekly! Cohorts will not meet the week of Fall Break (week of October 18).
The exception is for drop-in cohorts, which do not require a weekly commitment. You're welcome to join a virtual drop-in cohort any Tuesday!
For the safety of all participants, face coverings will be required for all cohort members.


4 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to December 14, 2021
4 sessions available from October 26, 2021 to December 14, 2021
4 sessions available from October 27, 2021 to December 16, 2021
Postdocs and graduate students are invited to participate in the following seminars hosted by the UMPDA International subcommittee
2 sessions available from October 27, 2021 to October 27, 2021
1 session on October 27, 2021
Are you interested in…

- Learning more about the BLI and our leadership opportunities?
- Joining in a welcoming, supportive community?
- Meeting super awesome students from across campus who are also interested in elevating their leadership learning?
- Reconnecting with other members at an in-person social with cider and donuts!?

We are here for you! Join us on October 27th from 2:30 - 4 PM outside of Weiser Hall in the grassy area for an informal meet and greet where you can chat with current student and program leaders, grab some materials, and stay for cider and donuts :)
1 session on October 27, 2021
Are you struggling to keep up with your work? Most of us have trouble staying motivated to keep up with school work after many tough months.


Join the Women in Science and Engineering Program with the SLC and Newnan Advising for an interactive workshop on finding your will to succeed.
3 sessions available from October 27, 2021 to December 8, 2021
Join Henry Dyson, Director of the Office of National Scholarships & Fellowships for information sessions featuring special guests such as program alumni or official representatives!
What is ONSF? The Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships is an office at U-M that recruits and prepares U-M students and recent alums for major national scholarship and fellowship competitions. We welcome U-M students from every school or college, at any time during their academic year. All students, staff, and faculty who wish to learn more about programs hosted by ONSF are encouraged to attend. Visit https://lsa.umich.edu/onsf to learn more or make an advising appointment with Dr. Dyson.

Example ONSF First-look Sessions:
The Truman Scholarship: Public Service & Leadership | $30,000 for grad schoolU-M Wallenberg Fellowship: Travel, Discovery & Service | $25,000 self-designed fellowship yearSTEM Research Career Award: Undergrad STEM | 1 application, 3 scholarships!
Register for multiple sessions! All sessions will take place via Zoom and will be held on Wednesdays throughout the Fall 2021 Semester.
1 session on October 27, 2021
1 session on October 27, 2021
Come join us for a fun game night here at the School of Public Health. Take a break from studying and connect with other students! Games will be provided, but also feel free to bring any of your own favorite games from home.


This event will be held in the Community Room (SPH 1 1680) on October 27th from 6-8 pm. Max 30 students.
1 session on October 27, 2021
CALLING ALL U-M BLACK, LATINO, NATIVE AND ASIAN MALES!!

Do you have a desire to "Spark the Minds that will Change the World" some day?

Do you want to increase your leadership, public speaking, and networking skills?
Are you a resilient, team-player who is determined and confident?

If you want to build these skills, then M-CLIC is the place for YOU!If you want to build these skills, then M-CLIC is the place for you!

The mission of Men of Color Leading In the Classroom (M-CLIC) is to increase the number of African American, Latino Native and Asian males to go into K-12 teaching. Through M-CLIC we hope to serve all students interested in enrolling in the School of Education at the University of Michigan and pursuing a career in education post-graduation. Once a month, we host workshops called the "M-CLIC Roundtable Series" where we engage in meaningful dialogue around the history of males of color teaching in K-12 classrooms in this country, the benefits of M-CLIC and the School of Education, and what this career path has to offers interested U-M students. We strive to improve academic and personal excellence, and connect M-CLIC scholars to male teachers of color currently in the K-12 profession to share their stories, testimonies and advice!
Your seat at the table awaits! Join us as we recap last months session and welcome Dr. Henry O. Meares, Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, Justice, & Equity (dije), Recruitment, and Special Projects University of Michigan - School of Education. In this segment of the Roundtable ("Our children needs you and they don't know it!"), will share his career journey into the field of education, the need and impact of male K-12 teachers of color and the processes for enrolling into the University of Michigan's School of Education SOE which includes:
Application/EnrollmentExpectationsBenefits SWAG ITEMS and FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!
7 sessions available from October 27, 2021 to December 15, 2021
CORE, a student volunteer program within SAPAC, weekly 2 hour program meetings.
5 sessions available from October 27, 2021 to November 17, 2021
These are Community Building Activities designed by RA's to meet the needs of our community and the residents that live here.
14 sessions available from October 28, 2021 to December 10, 2021
2 sessions available from October 28, 2021 to December 7, 2021
The Lean in Daily Work (LIDW) in a Nutshell course is designed for new and existing members of any campus team utilizing LIDW. This 2 hour training will provide insight into the five pillars of LIDW and provide participants the chance to reflect with and learn from other users of LIDW. This training covers Lean in Daily Work for campus users, it is not intended for Michigan Medicine LIDW teams.

Participants should be a member of a campus team utilizing LIDW.


Learn more about Organizational Excellence by visiting https://organizationalexcellence.umich.edu



1 session on October 28, 2021
Are you going on the faculty job market? This series is for you!
A formal research plan, teaching philosophy, and diversity statement are commonly required for faculty job applications. Other positions may require one or more of these too. It is important that you demonstrate your promise and communicate your vision for your future in these documents and during your job talk.

In this series, you will:
Learn the purpose and the suggested structure of each statement,Learn how to convey and demonstrate your accomplishments and vision in each statement,Learn how to convey your communication competency via these statements.