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3 sessions available from January 20, 2022 to January 28, 2022
RA events for the Winter 2022 semester.
1 session on January 20, 2022
Welcome back to officiated IM sports! Join us as we prepare for the upcoming season and the long awaited return of officiated sports. We hope you are excited as we are for this opportunity and lets get those whistles ready!
1 session on January 20, 2022
This meeting will be held on zoom and discuss New Member education. Everyone involved in the process within your chapters is welcome to attend the meeting/discussion, but at least one rep per chapter must be present!
Please email me with any questions!
ubyszj@umich.edu


https://umich.zoom.us/j/4901272551
Meeting ID: 490 127 2551
password: newmems

71 sessions available from January 21, 2022 to April 29, 2022
**Stop! Please read before scheduling.**This test is for those who have been identified as a close contact. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days, please do not sign up for this unless directed to do so by a medical professional. This is meant as a one-time testing offered to those individuals in quarantine after day 5 of exposure. Please refer to your message to sign up for the correct date. Please note, this is only available for individuals within the Ann Arbor city limits at this time. We are hoping to expand to other areas in the future.
YOU MUST REGISTER BY 7PM ON THE DAY BEFORE TESTING IN ORDER TO RECEIVE YOUR TEST KIT.
A courier will drop the test kits off to your individual quarantine spaces on the day of scheduling. Tests will be taken to UHS to be run and results should be available on the patient portal (myuofmhealth.org) in 24 hours.
Please:
Review this link before the courier arrives on how to perform your test

Wear a mask and maintain social distancing when the courier is delivering and picking up the test kit. The courier will wait onsite for you to complete your test.

If you live in an apartment building or large group house, please anticipate meeting the courier outside of your building when they arrive.


21 sessions available from January 21, 2022 to February 23, 2022
The theme for this year's Black History Month is: BLACK JOY! For our students, “Black Joy means focusing on the successes and accomplishments of Black people of all backgrounds. Despite the hardships we’ve faced and still are facing, we continue to rise. We are leaders, scientists, doctors, innovators, entertainers, and so much more. Black Joy is capturing the triumphs of our people and celebrating them despite us living in a world that was built on the oppression of our skin."



15 sessions available from January 21, 2022 to January 31, 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 January 21, 2022
6 sessions available from January 21, 2022 to January 30, 2022
All program and events for Mary Markley Hall residents
3 sessions available from January 21, 2022 to February 3, 2022
1 session on January 21, 2022
1 session on January 21, 2022
Join us for a relaxing yoga and meditation session to de-stress after a week of classes!
20 sessions available from January 21, 2022 to May 31, 2022
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
1 session on January 21, 2022
7 sessions available from January 23, 2022 to April 16, 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. A separate email will be sent with payment instructions once you have completed the registration process.

4 sessions available from January 23, 2022 to January 29, 2022
Northwood RA events 2021-2022
64 sessions available from January 24, 2022 to January 27, 2022
Please schedule a 30-minute session with Neighborhood IT. Someone will come to your desk to assist you. Please refer to the Ruthven Moving Guide to answer many of your moving questions.
2 sessions available from January 24, 2022 to January 25, 2022
Programmable Biomaterials/Regenerative Medicine Grand Challenge #1
January 24-25, 2022Theme: How to regenerate tissues/organs to optimally integrate with the host

Goal: Bring together clinicians, scientists, and engineers to explore new ideas and catalyze new collaborations to address key barriers to the translation of regenerative medicine technologies

Format: Short talks identifying clinical problems and emerging technologies, followed by breakout sessions to identify opportunities

Breakouts: Based on problems identified, what are transformative things UM can do to solve? We’re looking for big ideas that involve new, heterogeneous groups. Themes/challenges that emerge from breakouts will define an RFA

Outcome: Funding for collaborative proposals that emerge from the grand challenge session w/ criteria that proposals are novel and integrative, satisfying one or more of the following elements:

• High risk, cross-cutting, transformative

• Leverage strengths at UM in new ways

• Pull together new combinations of people

• Tackle new problems or existing problems in new ways

• Topics that will have greatest impact and potential for extramural funding

• We anticipate awarding 3 grants at ~100K each


2 sessions available from January 24, 2022 to January 26, 2022
4 sessions available from January 24, 2022 to January 27, 2022
Do you want to learn tips, tricks, and tools for success at U-M? Learn the ins and outs of being a student at U-M from other students!

Join First Year Experience (FYE) for our College Success Series! We'll have four programs: Journey, Discover, Connect, and Thrive. Dinner will be provided in East Quad, and we'll meet in the East Quad private dining room.
Space is limited, so we encourage you to register early!
1 session on January 25, 2022
This workshop helps enhance the mentoring relationship between the student and faculty mentor by facilitating the development of shared expectations. Mentors and mentees work independently in separate sessions to identify their own objectives and styles, and consider strategies for dealing with possible challenges. Then, student-faculty pairs work together to develop a written mentoring plan as a means of codifying some of the most important elements (needs, goals, mutual expectations) of a two-way mentoring relationship. Over 85 percent of Rackham doctoral students who have written mentoring plans report those plans to be useful.

Faculty who have attended a MORE workshop in the past should feel free to join the workshop only for the student-faculty work together (the last hour of the workshop). Registration is still required of both the faculty and the student.
Optional additional time for developing a mentoring plan is available from 12:00 to 1:00 pm.
Separate registration for students is available at: https://myumi.ch/XV2A3.
1 session on January 25, 2022
This workshop helps enhance the mentoring relationship between the student and faculty mentor by facilitating the development of shared expectations. Mentors and mentees work independently in separate sessions to identify their own objectives and styles, and consider strategies for dealing with possible challenges. Then, student-faculty pairs work together to develop a written mentoring plan as a means of codifying some of the most important elements (needs, goals, mutual expectations) of a two-way mentoring relationship. Over 85 percent of Rackham doctoral students who have written mentoring plans report those plans to be useful.
Faculty who have attended a MORE workshop in the past should feel free to join the workshop only for the student-faculty work together (the last hour of the workshop). Registration is still required of both the faculty and the student.
Optional additional time for developing a mentoring plan is available from 12:00 to 1:00 pm.
Separate registration for faculty is available at: https://myumi.ch/bRZkX.


2 sessions available from January 25, 2022 to March 29, 2022
This program has been modified to deliver in a remote setting and updated to include content directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For questions or requests for accommodation, please contact our office (lsa-dei-office@umich.edu) as soon as possible.
Upcoming LSA DEI events sponsored by the DEI Office are listed here.


In this session, participants will learn to:
Examine your own background and identities and how these identities shape our experiences and perspectivesDiscuss how the brain functions, and relate how unconscious bias is a natural function of the human mindIdentify patterns of unconscious bias that influence decision-making processesConfront internal biases and practice conscious awarenessReview strategies to create transformational change in the workplaceYou will benefit by:
Raising self-awareness, sparking conversation with others and initiating new actionsEnhancing your professional and personal effectiveness on and off the jobPositively influencing personal and organizational decisionsCreating stronger and more positive work relationships with othersAudience:
This session is open to all LSA employees. It is recommended that participants complete this course before enrolling in the Microaggression Session. External guests may request to join as space allows.


1 session on January 25, 2022
It's 2022 and winter is here!

Hawkeye the Wellness Dog will be available for pets, cuddles and general stress relief. You can visit him on the ground floor of University Health Service in room 0210. He is a registered therapy dog through Therapaws. In addition, he is a working sled dog who also does agility, obedience, and a few adorable tricks.

All visitors will be required to use hand sanitizer before petting Hawkeye. Please enter through the main entrance, complete ResponsiBLUE, and follow U-M COVID-19 guidelines during your visit.
1 session on January 25, 2022
The Samo Alajbegović Fellowship provides generous funding for LSA Honors undergraduates pursuing research and internship opportunities in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina in one of the following fields: marine biology, biology, ecology, anthropology, archeology, and the humanities. The summer fellowship honors the legacy of Samo, a native of Slovenia, who spent his life studying his beloved Adriatic Sea.
6 sessions available from January 25, 2022 to March 1, 2022
2 sessions available from January 25, 2022 to January 28, 2022
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 January 25, 2022
1 session on January 25, 2022
1 session on January 26, 2022
This event is being offered in response to student feedback about their experiences at the University of Michigan and ongoing efforts to build community amongst HBCU alumni. The format of the event will model the Restorative Circle process. A circle is a versatile restorative practice that can be used proactively, to develop relationships and build community or reactively, to respond to wrongdoing, conflicts, and problems. Circles give people an opportunity to speak and listen to one another in an atmosphere of safety, decorum, and equality. The circle process allows people to tell their stories, offer their own perspectives, and provides an opportunity for information exchange and relationship development.


Goals of the Session:

Build community among HBCU students at U-M
Learn about your experiences as a U-M student
Identify unmet needs and additional resources for HBCU students
1 session on January 26, 2022
Get back into the swing of the semester with this restoring yoga class. Bring your mat or towel and leave your stress behind! Registration required.
2 sessions available from January 26, 2022 to February 8, 2022
Great leaders understand the value of using quality data to inform decision-making. The ability to identify, collect, and analyze relevant information is a vital skill in order to thrive in today’s world. The BLI Capstone provides project teams with access to elite mentors whose careers are built on evidence-based leadership, ongoing professional development, and up to $15,000 of financial support. Whether your project is still an idea, or an existing venture with the potential to grow, the BLI Capstone experience will provide you with the funding and resources necessary to make your vision a reality.
2 sessions available from January 26, 2022 to February 23, 2022
The coffee chat series will serve as a space for scholars and practitioners to share ideas, best practices, and other resources related to R1 and Minority Serving Institutions' (MSIs) relationships and mechanisms of support for students that transition from MSIs into R1 institutions for graduate and professional education. The series will highlight examples from U-M, exemplars from across the country, and scholars and practitioners that explore and implement practices that foster positive experiences and outcomes for students from MSIs.
This series is primarily intended for faculty and staff that have existing relationships with MSIs, or for those who do not but are interested in forming relationships, as well as graduate students who have interest in this topic.
8 sessions available from January 26, 2022 to February 16, 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 to a restaurant or store. You'll have an opportunity to select from a list of restaurants/stores at the end of the event. You are welcome to attend as many dinners as you like, though gift cards are limited to one per student per topic.
3 sessions available from January 26, 2022 to February 16, 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 below to see which one fits your needs. We look forward to seeing you for one, two, or all the sessions!
1 session on January 26, 2022
Rackham students will communicate the relevance of their work to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in a TED-talk style.
1 session on January 26, 2022
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 month's session and welcome Mr. Calvin Nellum, Physics Instructor, Jalen Rose Leadership Academy - Detroit. In this segment of the M-CLIC Roundtable Series workshop, Mr. Nellum will:
Share testimonial information that will inspire, motivate, and provoke action, further commitment to the profession of education and increased engagement in your preparation as a student at the University of Michigan.Attendees will also understand Reality Pedagogy: a pedagogy that focuses on bringing the reality of scholars and merging that with curriculum (specifically, co-generative dialogues and co-teaching).SWAG ITEMS and FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!
5 sessions available from January 26, 2022 to March 30, 2022
All currently-enrolled U-M students are welcome to participate.


Each semester, ELI presents a series of free interactive, participatory workshops focusing on specific English writing and speaking skills that graduate and undergraduate students need to succeed in their academic and professional careers. Workshops are facilitated by ELI Lecturer Trisha Dowling.

Sign up here for any of the six workshops listed below.
1 session on January 26, 2022
We will be playing the latest The Bachelor episode Wednesday night. Join us in bonding and critiquing the show!
4 sessions available from January 27, 2022 to June 1, 2022
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



5 sessions available from January 27, 2022 to April 5, 2022
If you are interested in declaring either CS-Eng or DS-Eng, please fill out the following form. If you are eligible to declare, you will receive communication from the CSE Undergraduate Advising Office with more details.
1 session on January 27, 2022
4 sessions available from January 27, 2022 to April 5, 2022
Basics is a series of workshops that gather information and resources and make them available to student organizations through guest presentations and/or activities. Guest presenters can be any office/organization/campus group that can offer insight on the specific topic. The goal is to consolidate these resources for student orgs to access more easily, as they’re the necessities - “Basics” - of running a successful organization.




1 session on January 27, 2022
1 session on January 27, 2022
1 session on January 27, 2022
1 session on January 28, 2022
Bring your questions about doctoral internships! During this informal, conversational session, Rackham staff will answer your questions about doing an internship as a doctoral student. Topics we will cover include:


How to talk to your advisor about making an internship a part of your graduate trainingAnswering questions about Rackham’s Doctoral Internship programsStrategies for looking for internshipsThe benefits of doing an internship as a doctoral studentHow to make the most of an internshipTips for writing cover letters and resumes for internshipsOther questions you have about doctoral internships