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20 sessions available from September 27, 2022 to November 3, 2022
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! Virtual attendees receive a $15 gift card as a thank you for participating. You'll have an opportunity to select from a list of restaurants/stores at the end of the event. You are welcome to participate in as many dinners as you like, though gift cards are limited to one per student per topic.
9 sessions available from September 27, 2022 to October 5, 2022
Business+Tech is hosting the second annual +Tech Literacy Download for students across all schools and colleges. During this month-long series, participants will increase their technical literacy and competency through hands-on workshops ranging from coding languages to industry-lead information sessions on emerging technologies. Accelerate your technical literacy today by saving the date for the +Tech Literacy Download!

Learn Tech Industry Basics
Get exposure to critical terms and concepts that are used in the business and tech landscape on topics such as Digital User Experience and Big Data & Analytics.

Network with Industry Leaders
Learn the skills needed to excel in the intersection of business and tech from Tech giants, like Google and Meta.

Gain Hands on Experience
Acquire working knowledge of key languages and platforms used to build tech from leading experts like Amazon and Adobe.


8 sessions available from September 27, 2022 to October 7, 2022
Michigan Meetups are weekly drop-in spaces for students of all years to gather around common interests. Whether you have tons of experience with the meetup topic, or are just getting started, or would like to learn more before deciding to start, FYE's Michigan Meetups are the space for you!



Groups & meetups are open to ALL students and you can register for multiple sessions! Please note that all of the times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST).
10 sessions available from September 27, 2022 to November 13, 2022
1 session on September 27, 2022
56 sessions available from September 27, 2022 to October 20, 2022
69 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to October 7, 2022
NEW! At first glance, with 19 schools and colleges, U-M can seem overwhelming. Resource Navigators are peers who are able to help you map your journey by providing answers to your questions, such as:







• What student orgs are available to me?

• How do I get involved on campus?

• How do I find internship and research opportunities?

• Where is my advising office and how do I get academic help?

• How do I manage my time?

• What can I do to maintain wellness?

Appointments are available in half-hour increments. You can select a day and time that’s convenient for you; they are either in-person or virtual, so choose whatever works best! This required registration intake form will allow your Navigator to create a personalized plan tailored to your questions. New appointments are posted on Friday for the upcoming week.
In-person appointments are located at the Michigan League (RM 119C) or the Michigan Union (1201); both spaces are behind the buildings' Information Desks on the main floor.
We look forward to talking with you!


19 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to November 11, 2022
Please be sure to:







• Register for a clinic

• Arrive anytime during the clinic time frame that you have registered for
o there is no appointment time

o arrive anytime during the clinic hours

• Wear a face mask

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

• Bring your health insurance card and MCard (for students only). If not covered by health insurance, flu shot is $40 and payable by check or credit card only (no cash)

• Do not attend the flu clinic if you don’t feel well
2 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to September 30, 2022
Please note: These sessions are intended for participants in the Rackham Professional Development DEI Certificate Program.


The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) is used in multiple ways in the Rackham Professional Development DEI Certificate Program. Participants complete the IDI at the beginning and end of the certificate as an evaluation tool for the program. Once the IDI is completed for the first time, participants can join one of a number of group results sessions. These sessions focus on the theoretical foundations of the IDI, give a group result of DEI Certificate participants, and provide tools to better understand the continuum of mindsets individuals utilize as their strategy for navigating across difference.

Group session participants will leave with a fundamental understanding of multiple approaches to navigating across difference and resources they can use in their organizations, groups, or affiliations. These sessions also serve as the initial step before an individual results session where you receive your personal IDI result and an accompanying intercultural development plan to help you pursue your intercultural goals.

These workshops are designed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Space is limited. For faculty and staff, please contact rackhampdeworkshops@umich.edu to see if we can accommodate your attendance.
4 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to October 7, 2022
(Open to students in the LSA Honors Program only)


Are you considering a career in medicine or in another health care profession and wondering where to get started? If so, then we invite you to participate in an information session brought to you by Stephanie Chervin, LSA Honors Program premed advisor, to learn about:

• Pre-health resources.

• Medical school course requirements.

• Timing and strategies for the long and short term.

• Choosing a major. Does it have to be in science?

• Explorations in patient and clinical exposure.

• Research opportunities.


1 session on September 28, 2022
This event provides an opportunity to connect in-person with other RMF fellows that matriculated on or prior to Fall 2019. Lunch will be provided as well as a space to connect and re-connect.
We look forward to seeing everyone!
6 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to November 5, 2022
Come Join the Munger Community by attending events hosted by our RA's! Feel free to select and attend as many events as you would like!
8 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to September 30, 2022
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 maize.blue.cupboard@umich.edu to sign up.
1 session on September 28, 2022
AC200

Learn about Revenue and Expense types and Journal entries at the University of Michigan.

Agenda:
Revenue Types
Expense Types
Journal Entries


PLEASE NOTE: There will be no classes scheduled for June and July, due to peak year-end processing for the Accounting Customer Service team.


7 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to October 26, 2022
Join Dr. Henry Dyson, Director of the Office of National Scholarships & Fellowships for information sessions featuring special guests such as program alumni or official representatives. Our Fall 2022 Information Sessions have in-person and webinar options. Take a look!
What is ONSF?
The Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships 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 want 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.

Here are some ONSF First-look sessions:

The Truman Scholarship: Public Service & Leadership | $30,000 for grad school

STEM Research Career Award: Undergrad STEM | 1 application, 3 scholarships!

U-M Wallenberg Fellowship: Travel, Discovery & Service | $25,000 self-designed fellowship year

Register for multiple sessions! Sessions will take place in-person or via Zoom and will be held throughout the Fall 2022 Semester.
2 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to September 28, 2022
Speakers:

Rianna Johnson-Levy, Ph.D. student in History and Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Michigan
Christine S. Asidao, Ph.D., Associate Director of Community Engagement and Outreach, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University of MichiganLaura Blake Jones, Dean of Students, University of MichiganModerator: Anna Kirkland, Kim Lane Scheppele Collegiate Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, University of Michigan

Description:
Following the Supreme Court's overruling of Roe v. Wade, faculty, students, staff, and administrators have spoken out about the importance of abortion access for members of the Michigan community. These supporters join a long lineage of advocates for reproductive freedom on campus, many of whom worked tirelessly to make abortion accessible under Michigan’s 1931 abortion ban. But how exactly did the university act to support students, faculty, and staff seeking abortion services pre-Roe?
Rianna Johnson-Levy, a joint Ph.D. student in History and Women’s and Gender Studies, will lead an exploration of how supportive counselors and university administrators worked to ensure safe, legal access to abortion for those under their care in late 1960s and early 1970s.
Ms. Johnson-Levy spent the summer combing through resources and collections of the Bentley Historical Library to uncover what U-M did to help students pre-Roe, including facilitating interstate travel and working with pro-choice clergy. The findings of her research have been compiled into a report, which offers critical lessons for the University in the post-Dobbs, post-Roe moment.
Rianna Johnson-Levy will present the report, followed by a discussion with U-M’s Dean of Students, Dr. Laura Blake Jones, and CAPS Associate Director of Community Engagement and Outreach, Dr. Christine Asidao. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Anna Kirkland, the Kim Lane Scheppele Collegiate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies, with time for Q&A with the audience.
This event is presented by IRWG, in collaboration with the U-M Post-Roe Campus Community Working Group.
COVID-19 SAFETY: Face masks that cover the nose and mouth are required for this event, regardless of vaccination status. If you are feeling sick, please stay home.
By registering for this event, you agree to abide by the above COVID-19 Safety Guidelines. You understand that failure to comply with the above guidelines may result in being asked to leave the event.
5 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to October 9, 2022
1 session on September 28, 2022
Please join us for upcoming Listening Circles for students to process the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V. Wade. This space will provide a chance for students to share what they are thinking and feeling, encouraging mutual understanding and support. This is a sharing space with the purpose of listening, storytelling, and connecting, it is not a discussion nor is it a debate. We will be offering multiple circles for the next four weeks. Please only choose one session to make sure we can accommodate all who are interested.

The Listening Circles will be co-hosted by trained staff from Wolverine Wellness, Sexual Assault Prevention and Awarness Center (SAPAC), CEW+.
There are virtual and in-person options.



1 session on September 28, 2022
The BLI Community Meetings have two goals - Leadership Learning and Connection Making (all with Delicious Food)! We hope to inspire and engage our community of leaders in these interactive and social events led by our student Applied Leadership Fellows!
Meeting topics and catering will change with each event.
All BLI members, or those interested in learning more about the BLI, are welcome.
2 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to October 4, 2022
Join Trotter Multicultural Center, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies, and the LEAD Scholars Program to explore the many dimensions of wellness through the lens of personal and social identities. Using a wellness model from University Health Service, our events discuss the importance of holistic well-being in interactive programs facilitated by experts from on and off campus. During the sessions, we will hear from campus partners as they share tools, resources, and knowledge that may support our well-being.
Browse through the sessions to see which one fits your needs. We look forward to seeing you for one, two, or all the sessions!
3 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to October 29, 2022
1 session on September 28, 2022
4 sessions available from September 28, 2022 to September 30, 2022
1 session on September 28, 2022
1 session on September 28, 2022
1 session on September 29, 2022
Happy Birthday to international students and scholars celebrating birthdays this fall!
Join the International Center for a sweet treat during your birth month!
16 sessions available from September 29, 2022 to December 8, 2022
Every Thursday we offer a goal-oriented workshop to help you plan and (re)align your focus for weekly success. In these workshops, we will guide you through a goal creation process, use crowdsourcing to find resources and potential pitfalls, and provide you with a goal coach for the week.
1 session on September 29, 2022
Join Women in Science and Engineering for a brief introduction to a very useful skill- soldering! We'll go through the basics and make a small project to take home. This workshop is for students who have never tried soldering before but would like to get started.

Space is limited, so please only register if you are planning to attend!
2 sessions available from September 29, 2022 to October 4, 2022
Thank you for signing up for a Pre-Application Workshop! We hope you enjoy this opportunity to learn a professional development topic, meet other students interested in Engineering Honors, and get a feel for what our Honors Seminar courses are like.
1 session on September 29, 2022
The collective minds of Men of Color RETURNS! The Men of Color Leading in the Classroom program (M-CLIC) presents the ”CLIC-N-CUTZ” Barbershop Series Kickoff! This unique, informative, and safe-spaced barbershop experience invites all Black, Latino, Native and Asian males at the University of Michigan, to come together to meet and fellowship!
Join the CLIC as we openly discuss...
"PRESERVING OUR HERITAGE THROUGH OUR LIVES": Moving Forward In A Positive Direction
Beyond free haircuts from licensed barbers and refreshments in a comfortable environment, participants are encouraged to openly and honestly engage in a meaningful dialogue about the importance of moving forward as male leaders of color and impacting the lives of the future generation.
All dialogue during M-CLIC's "CLIC-N-CUTZ Barbershop Series, addresses critical issues that affect men of color in education while brainstorming effective solutions to counteract some of the stresses that males of color face today.
"CLIC-N-CUTZ"...A Cut Above the Rest!
10 sessions available from September 29, 2022 to December 6, 2022
Weekly meetings of the Panhellenic Association
1 session on September 29, 2022
1 session on September 29, 2022
5 sessions available from September 30, 2022 to December 2, 2022
What is a well-designed life? How do you find a career where you can thrive? Inspired by Stanford’s Designing Your Life curriculum, this interactive, six-week, in-person seminar will teach graduate students and postdoctoral fellows principles for designing a fulfilling career. Participants must commit to attending all six sessions of the seminar and a $10 registration fee is required for participation in this seminar. The seminar includes brief homework assignments, discussions, role-plays, the Gallup Strengths assessment, and out-of-class application activities. Those who complete all six sessions will receive a digital badge that can be shared on LinkedIn. Participation will be capped at 35. This workshop is designed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. All sessions will take place at the Rackham Building.

**Please note that your registration status will be marked as pending until all the steps (displayed below) are completed**

Registration steps:
Thoroughly check the dates to ensure you are available for each session in this workshop series. There are a total of six sessions of this seminar and participants are required to attend all six sessions.You will have to sign up for each session for your registration to be marked as complete (for clarification, you will not be able to sign up for an individual session on September 16, and then delay the sign-up for the next session September 30).Once you have registered for each session, you will receive a registration confirmation message to your email. At this time your registration status will be set as "PENDING"In order to complete the registration there will be a one-time $10 payment. This payment will be used for the materials which will be given to you during the seminar. If you need to apply for a payment waiver please email rackhampdeworkshops@umich.edu.For information on making the payment, see this document.Once the payment has been captured your registration status will be set from PENDING to Registered.

If you have any questions about this process please contact rackhampdeworkshops@umich.edu.
14 sessions available from September 30, 2022 to March 24, 2023
27 sessions available from September 30, 2022 to December 6, 2023
The API Management Solution replacement project team is holding open office hours to help answer any questions you may have about preparing for or migrating your APIs to the new platform, or using the new platform.

https://its.umich.edu/projects/api-management-solution-replacement
1 session on September 30, 2022
Join us on Sept 30 at 12:30pm in room 2030 for a Portfolio Prep and Presentation Workshop!

Bring your web portfolio and be prepared to show your work and get constructive feedback from 5 wonderful Stamps Alums:
Yen Azzaro (Graphic Recorder/Artist)
Susan Cybulski (Graphic Designer and President of InPrint)
Mike Campau (Photographer/Graphic Artist)
Dre Clemons (Leader, Designer, Inventor)

Not feeling quite ready to show your work? No problem! Come and be an observer and learn more about how to put together and present an effective portfolio!
5 sessions available from September 30, 2022 to October 12, 2022
1 session on September 30, 2022
This session will cover considerations for studying abroad through a non-UM program, including:

How to find reputable programs
How funding applies to non-UM programs
What you need to know about transferring non-UM credits back to Michigan
Presented by the International Center and LSA Newnan Academic Advising Center


3 sessions available from September 30, 2022 to October 6, 2022
1 session on September 30, 2022
1 session on September 30, 2022
Come chill, mingle, and play video/board games with your peers!! A Nintendo Switch and a variety of board games will be provided, but feel free to bring your own games/consoles if you want! Variety is the spice of life, after all!
*All future Monthly Game Night Events will be held on the last Sunday of each month per Feedback received at the first event!*
1 session on September 30, 2022
Think you’ve seen it all when it comes to board games? Think again! Come join us for an evening of intercultural fun where you have an opportunity to learn about board games in other cultures that you have never played before! Bring out your competitive spirits by engaging in tournaments with your friends.
Attendees are expected show their ResponiBlue status for entry to the event, and masks are optional. Food will be provided!
1 session on September 30, 2022
1 session on September 30, 2022
Date: September 26th-30th, 2022

Sponsored by the University Career Center: Shop online at JCPenney's special Suit Up website just for University of Michigan students, staff, faculty, and alumni/alumna. Save an extra 30% off your online purchases of professional clothing now!
Please register for this event on Sessions. Once you register you will receive information about your coupon code. Once you have your code, shop online link here: www.jcpenney.com/m/suit-up
Please note that if you require any accommodations such as live captioning or interpretation to fully participate in this event, please contact careercenter@umich.edu. Requests made two weeks before the event will generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date.



0 sessions available from September 27, 2022 to September 27, 2022
6 sessions available from October 1, 2022 to December 5, 2022
The American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and First Aid blended learning course will help prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children and infants as well as prepare you to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies. Allow approximately 4 hours to complete the eLearning portions, including the final exam. The eLearning portions of the course must be completed prior to attending the in-person skill session.

Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and First Aid valid for two years.
**There is no fee for current Department of Recreational Sports employees. The fee for community members, faculty, staff, or students who are not employed by the Department of Recreational Sports is $85. You can use the link here to complete payment.**
4 sessions available from October 1, 2022 to October 22, 2022