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9 sessions available from October 22, 2017 to March 21, 2018
Learning in Community (LinC) is an educational workshop and training series focused on supporting students who are interested in community engagement, social justice, democratic engagement, advocacy, activism and philanthropy. Sessions address one or more of the following areas:

*Alternative Breaks (AB): Students will gain the knowledge and skills to plan and execute a meaningful alternative break experience for group members.

*Democratic Engagement (DE): Students will engage in dialogue around pressing social and political issues. Students will learn how to engage across difference and examine ways to create change through the democratic process.

*Leadership Development (LD):Students will focus on expanding the knowledge and skills necessary in creating positive change.

*Reciprocal Community Partnerships (RP): Students will explore key principles of engagement and how to address challenges of creating mutually beneficial and socially just partnerships.
2 sessions available from October 22, 2017 to October 23, 2017
You are invited to a special event for Remix volunteers called "Remix, Refresh!" This event will serve as an opportunity for Remix volunteers to gather in a student space to debrief about the Remix season up to this point, to get energized about the rest of the season, and to continue building relationships with one another.

Part of us thanking you for your hard work with Remix is making sure that you are taken care of and feel prepared in your sessions. So, we would like to carve out some time for appreciation, gratitude, and conversations about topics that we care about such as co-facilitation and tough conversations; telling your stories and reflecting on what keeps you motivated in social justice and identity work; and self-care.

We will be serving cider and donuts, with apples will be available as a gluten-free alternative.
38 sessions available from October 22, 2017 to November 6, 2017
Peer educators from the University of Michigan’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) and the University Health Service’s Sexperteam group conduct Relationship Remix: Workshops on Relationships, Sex, and Choice every fall semester for all first-year students throughout every residence hall on campus, including sessions for off-campus students. Participants are given the opportunity to reflect upon personal values, discuss healthy relationships, and practice skills related to consent.

Our hope and intention is that you attend your assigned session with your floor. If you are unable to attend your assigned session due to an academic or work conflict, please view all available sessions and sign up for an alternative time by selecting "All Locations" on the right side of the screen.
53 sessions available from October 22, 2017 to November 19, 2017
Change it Up! Sessions for 2017
6 sessions available from October 23, 2017 to November 10, 2017
Sessions in this track help you to:
- Discuss the value of expanding your social network
- Explore how your work connects to global issues and share your findings
- Explain the fundamentals of your academic process and listen as others share theirs
2 sessions available from October 23, 2017 to October 25, 2017
Are you working on an application essay, thesis, or simply want to study with others? Are you looking for an encouraging, supportive group to help keep you on track? Munger's Writing & Study Group is open to all residents and will be meeting at least once weekly to provide free brain food, a quiet atmosphere, and camaraderie.
3 sessions available from October 24, 2017 to November 29, 2017
These workshops provide more in-depth information about how you can get the most out of our strength and cardio equipment at the CCRB or IMSB.
1 session on October 24, 2017
This interactive session will offer wellness tools and technique for advisors to utilize in their advising sessions with students, acknowledging that difficult wellness-related topics come up often, and sometimes academic advising is the only help-seeking service students will utilize over the course of their time at Michigan. This session will be co-presented by staff from Wolverine Wellness and academic advisors who have been through a 12-hour wellness coaching training at U-M.
16 sessions available from October 24, 2017 to March 30, 2018

In this course, we will be talking about bias, unconscious bias in particular and its impact on our institution

Learning Objectives of this course:

• Understand the science and research of unconscious bias
• Increase awareness of your own diverse background, and its influence on your perceptions
• Identify how bias and the processes of the unconscious mind can impact your decisions and results
• Identify strategies for practicing more conscious awareness so you are better able to advocate for inclusion in your organization
1 session on October 24, 2017
Introduction to the basic features and using and managing content on Student Life websites. We will cover the website page elements, creating articles (pages with content), adding images and or YouTube video, how to save, publish, archive, and other functionality. You can get a head start on much of the features our sites offer here:
3 sessions available from October 24, 2017 to November 15, 2017
This track's mission is to encourage residents to engage with their own health and well-being. Events in this series include:

- Yoga and Meditation classes
- Personal Finance education
- MHealthy Wellness Coaching
- Procrastination and De-stress techniques
2 sessions available from October 24, 2017 to October 24, 2017
Please join us for a casual evening of free food, new friends, and great conversations. Come with an open mind and empty stomach as we learn from the expertise of our peers. All residents and friends are welcome! Seating may be limited, so please RSVP.
3 sessions available from October 24, 2017 to December 7, 2017
The Public Health Action Support Team presents the Fall 2017 Speaker Series. Sign up for one of several career building & educational opportunities.
128 sessions available from October 24, 2017 to December 6, 2017
1 session on October 24, 2017
Film Screening for City Year
1 session on October 25, 2017
Nadia Bazzy MA, LLMFT from Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center
Stuart Segal Ph.D. from Services for Students with Disabilities

During this session you will learn what types of mental health concerns students on our campus are experiencing and how to provide trauma informed responses to a spectrum of behaviors when interacting. This session is ideal for professional staff that work directly with students that want to sharpen their interpersonal skills and learn how to appropriately respond to and provide effective services.

Workshop Level: Intermediate
14 sessions available from October 25, 2017 to December 8, 2017
This is the Sober Monitor Training session that needs to be completed by ALL new members of the Interfraternity Council at the University of Michigan
1 session on October 25, 2017
As a first-year student, figuring out what you need to do to get an internship or understanding what interests you have is hard -- 100 emoji. It’s difficult to know what employers look for or how might your interests equal a job or a major.

No worries, we designed an experience just for you.

During this 50-minute workshop, we hope to...
- Walk you through what employers look for in interns
- Help you set goals to prepare yourself to be a GREAT candidate
- Bullet point three, what’s up!?
- Debunk major and career connection
- Guide you on how to use our office to gain experience

You should come if you…
- Are a first-year student!
- Want to know what experiences employers look for and how to get it.
- Have been asked at least 50 times already, “what’s your major?”
- Aren’t totally sure on what the “Career Center” does.

*RSVP is required for this program.
5 sessions available from October 26, 2017 to November 13, 2017
7 sessions available from October 26, 2017 to November 21, 2017
3 sessions available from October 27, 2017 to December 4, 2017
Welcome to Recreational Sports! As part of your onboarding to the department, please sign up for a Rec Sports 101 and/or a Customer Service 101 training. These trainings will have you well on your way to becoming a knowledgeable part of the Rec Sports team!
1 session on October 27, 2017
Nicola Saliendra from Diversity and Inclusion - Housing
Abby Priehs from Residence Education

The Division of Student Life values social justice and diversity, but what do those terms really mean and how does that apply to the work you do? This session will explore some of the terms we discuss every day on this campus, such as social justice, diversity, social identity, and intersection of identity. Participants will explore what these terms mean, explore their own identities, and discuss ways they can infuse social justice awareness into their work with colleagues and students.

Workshop Level: Beginner
2 sessions available from October 27, 2017 to November 7, 2017
We are excited to announce that Munger Graduate Residences is hosting its Fall 2017 Case Competition in partnership with Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan! In addition to substantial monetary awards, this is a fantastic opportunity to collaborate with other professionals, work on a real-world multidisciplinary issue, and grow your Michigan network!

We invite you to learn more about this semester's topic by attending events sponsored by Poverty Solutions and/or Munger Graduate Residences.
1 session on October 27, 2017
​Steve Bodei ​Associate Director, Student Life Leadership Education - MLead
Lloyd Lyons B.A Community and Global Public Health,UM School of Public Health, Diversity Peer Educator(DPE), UM Student Life and Housing

Activism. We’ve seen it, we’ve heard of it, but how has it changed in today's connected electronic society. The platform of activism has shifted due to the role of social media outlets. The speed in which a post can make it around the world compared to a newspaper is infinitely different than the way it was even 10 years ago. Social activism has changed the role people play, participate, plan and develop rallies or sit-ins. How does this type of activism work in this new world of technology and how does it pertain to our students experience on campus. This session will also include a panel of student participants that will speak about their experience on campus related to social media and activism.
2 sessions available from October 28, 2017 to October 29, 2017
1 session on October 30, 2017
This Simulated Class is a great opportunity to get a sneak peek into the university hiring process, provide feedback on a potential lecturer, and also a chance for the candidate to get a better perspective on the type of students OS has.
4 sessions available from October 30, 2017 to March 19, 2018
The Psychology Dept. is hosting a series of alumni panels throughout the 2017-18 academic year. We will feature UM Psychology alumni working in different careers in related fields. Panels will be from 4-6pm on Mondays in 4448 East Hall. Scheduled panels include:

-Mental Health: 10/2/17 [please RSVP by Sunday, 10/1]
-Business: 10/30/17 [please RSVP by Sunday, 10/29]
-Law: 11/20/17 [please RSVP by Sunday, 11/19]
-Education: 2/19/18 [please RSVP by Sunday, 2/18]
-Public Health/Policy: 3/19/18 [please RSVP by Sunday, 3/18]

Please register for each panel you plan to attend. You will receive email confirmation of your registration (s) and reminder message(s) 24-48 hours before events. You can add/delete registrations at any time through Sessions @ Michigan.
1 session on October 30, 2017
Join us for a film, discussion, and refreshments in the Media Room.
2 sessions available from November 2, 2017 to December 7, 2017
*For University Health Service (UHS) employees ONLY
Please note the following:
1) Before you sign-up, please make sure you have secured your supervisor's approval for attendance.
2) Block off your calendar and/or work with the appropriate administrators to help coordinate calendars.
3) Register for only ONE session.
4) Refreshments will be offered at each session.

The unconscious mind is a powerful and intrinsic force in helping to shape our overall behavior in our everyday lives. This interactive session is designed to examine how unconscious bias can affect one's perceptions, decisions, and interactions and highlight the implication this has on our work at UHS.

You will learn to:
• Examine your own background and identities to interact more authentically with co-workers, customers and the community
• Discuss how the brain functions, and relate how unconscious bias is a natural function of the human mind
• Identify patterns of unconscious bias that influence decision-making processes
• Confront internal biases and practice conscious awareness
• Practice strategies to create transformational and systemic change in the workplace

You will benefit by:
• Raising self-awareness, sparking conversation with others and initiating new actions
• Enhancing your professional and personal effectiveness on and off the job
• Positively influencing personal and organizational decisions
• Creating stronger and more positive work relationships with others
1 session on November 2, 2017
Participate in a proctored LSAT practice exam.
November 2nd, 5-8PM
1427 Mason Hall
1 session on November 3, 2017
5 sessions available from November 3, 2017 to November 3, 2017
Are you wondering the best way to start to prepare for your career? Wondering how to get there from here? OS Alumni panel is a great way for students to connect with career professionals who can inspire and give insider tips for success.

This event provides students with the opportunity to meet with OS professionals to gain first-hand information and practical advice on various careers paths. Because of the wide array of professional experiences of OS Alumni, they are able to share invaluable information through structured opportunities and open dialogue with the students who attend.

Following the panel discussion, students are to select from the following sessions:
Session 1: Resume review with Alumni panelist
Session 2: How to build a network
Session 3: LinkedIn 101

We will host a casual reception at the end of the event for students to continue conversations and network with alumni.
13 sessions available from November 3, 2017 to November 4, 2017
Good Afternoon Double-o-Scholars,

Your mission, should you choose to accept*, is to complete 6 mini-missions at this year's Blavin Life Skills Conference. We have some background information for your perusal and details outlining the day.

Throughout the day you will learn hand-to-hand shaking, how to decipher the “code” and blend in like the pros that you all are.

*please note the terminology used within the descriptions are not meant to be taken literally. As well, the times listed per session are subject to change.
1 session on November 5, 2017
Join us for the 4th annual Leadership In Action student leader training.
This program will focus on the stories of three UM students and their experiences here on campus. Student leaders will spend time hearing stories and learning skills to help them make their campus community more inclusive. This program is broken into two parts, a large group speaker session and a small group breakout session.

Thank you
1 session on November 6, 2017
Nadia Bazzy from Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center
Joy Pehlke from Wolverine Wellness

This workshop will guide participants in an interactive discussion about how student affairs professionals at the University of Michigan can work towards wellness justice for all students on campus. We will discuss how to:
Address aspects of campus culture that contribute to multiple stressors for individual students, affecting some students more than others.
Build the well-being capital of all students, in particular those students who hold marginalized identities.
Reframe the term “self-care” and work collaboratively to decrease the stigma around help-seeking.
Use the 8-Dimension Model of Well-Being to frame how we can address all areas of our students’ well-being in contributing to a well campus culture.

Workshop Level: Beginner
1 session on November 7, 2017
In partnership with the Sanger Leadership Center, Business by LSA is hosting a workshop on the Michigan Model of Leadership. In this workshop you will learn about your leadership style and how to unlock your leadership potential.
2 sessions available from November 8, 2017 to December 7, 2017
These training sessions are required for all Club Sport participants and will educate and inform students on the topics of sexual misconduct prevention, hazing and bystander intervention
1 session on November 9, 2017
Jasmine Clay from Residence Education

SCANDAL is more than ABCs thriller television show entering its final season. Come to this interactive presentation where Scandal will be used to discuss microaggressions: what they are, the impact they have on you and others, how to recognize them, and how to interrupt them. Note: You do not have to be familiar with the TV show Scandal to attend. All are welcome!

Workshop Level: Beginner
2 sessions available from November 9, 2017 to November 17, 2017
As one of the offerings for Professional Development in Student Life, the Learning Series comprises workshops on a variety of topics throughout the academic year.
1 session on November 9, 2017
The Psychology Dept. is hosting a variety of Grad School Informational sessions throughout the fall 2017 semester.

-Social Work: Monday, 10/9 at 3pm in 4448 East Hall
-Grad School Options for Careers in Mental Health, featuring Dr. Ashley Gearhardt: Thursday, 11/9 at 5pm in 4448 East Hall

Please register for each session you plan to attend. You will receive email confirmation of your registration (s) and reminder message(s) 24-48 hours before events. You can add/delete registrations at any time through Sessions @ Michigan.
1 session on November 10, 2017
1 session on November 10, 2017
Mallory Martin-Ferguson from Housing Student Conflict and Conduct Resolution
Jon Merrill from Residence Education

This session will explore aspects of identity and the ways in which we all have Passion, Knowledge, Skills and/or have taken Action around those identities. Participants will utilize resources about determining ally behavior in order to review and identify the areas there are gaps or strengths in their ally behavior. Participants will then create action plans to address the areas they are seeing gaps in knowledge or skill.

Workshop Level: Beginner
4 sessions available from November 12, 2017 to May 19, 2018
This course is only available to currently certified lifeguards. The fee for non-employees is $140.
1 session on November 13, 2017
You want to be an ally for our students, but what does it really mean to be an ally? In this session we will engage in individual, paired, and large activities where participants will define "ally", explore the developmental stages for ally behaviors, and develop action-steps for actualizing ally aspirations. Participants will emerge from this session with an understanding of what it means to be an ally, an awareness of allyhood development, and an actionable plan for moving forward in their allyhood development journey.
2 sessions available from November 13, 2017 to November 13, 2017
3 sessions available from November 13, 2017 to December 6, 2017
Please take a moment to look a the list of offerings for the Fall semester for LGBTQ staff and allies at U-M.
1 session on November 13, 2017
Events hosted or co-hosted by the Spectrum Center in the Fall 2017 semester
1 session on November 14, 2017
We know that 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? Join other Honors community members as we take a deeper dive into learning by reading and discussing fiction and non-fiction works. This is an Honors Program sponsored event and Honors students at all levels are welcome and encouraged to attend. Current freshmen (class of 2021) will have the opportunity to earn one engagement point towards the Sophomore Honors Award. There is no cost to participants.
1 session on November 14, 2017
2 sessions available from November 16, 2017 to November 17, 2017
OS is offering a set of Excel workshops in November exclusively for OS students. The set will consist of a 1-hour basic topics course and a 2-hour advanced topics course. Students are welcome to take one or both workshops.
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