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6 sessions available from February 4, 2023 to April 15, 2023
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.**
35 sessions available from February 4, 2023 to February 11, 2023
You've got questions. We've got answers. Ask us. We can help. You'll leave your appointment with referrals or contacts for questions, like...

• 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?



IMPORTANT: INTAKE FORM!

The required registration intake form will allow your Resource Navigator to create a personalized plan tailored to your questions.

Please allow at least TWO HOURS between when you make an appointment and the actual appointment time. This allows time for personalized research.



Graduate Students: This new program currently has one graduate student, L Dunn, in 1st year Pharmacy. If you are looking for academic advising or career path information, the current best route is your school or college's graduate mentor/advisor.

Appointments: 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! 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. New appointments are posted on Friday for the upcoming week.

Did you run out of time in your appointment? Do you have other questions? You can make more than one appointment, depending on your requirements.

We'll see you soon!
7 sessions available from February 5, 2023 to February 21, 2023
1 session on February 5, 2023
Welcome lunch for new international families - partnership with Northwood
5 sessions available from February 5, 2023 to February 16, 2023
34 sessions available from February 5, 2023 to February 27, 2023
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.
2 sessions available from February 5, 2023 to February 19, 2023
7 sessions available from February 5, 2023 to March 26, 2023
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!
3 sessions available from February 5, 2023 to February 14, 2023
1 session on February 6, 2023
Gear Your Career is a collaboration between Rackham and the University Career Center. Join us in the Palmer Commons Great Lakes Room to find resources to aid you in your job search. Overhaul your LinkedIn profile with tips, tricks, and coaching; grab a brand new professional headshot with our photographer; and obtain new business cards with our order form.

This event is designed for master's students, doctoral students, and postdoctoral fellows.
26 sessions available from February 6, 2023 to February 13, 2023
The Biology Department welcomes you to drop-in advising, via Zoom or in the Second Floor Suite of the Biological Sciences Building, to ask questions about your BHS major and life at university.

Need assistance with exploring your major, coursework, campus opportunities, or research? Are you interested in Biology, Health, and Society, but would like help determining how it can fit into your long-term plans? Having a session with an advisor can help clear some muddy waters. I welcome Zoom or in-person appointments, since they provide accessible options for different needs and conversations. These sessions focus on advice with school and opportunities outside of it - to declare or drop a major, please schedule an appointment with your LSA or main departmental advisor; to request a major release, an online portal is here. If a time listed doesn't work, feel free to contact me (Caitlin Hoyng) at choyng@umich.edu to find an option that works for your schedule.
3 sessions available from February 6, 2023 to April 3, 2023
WISE understands that wellness is an ongoing practice. To support you in your wellness journey, we are hosting monthly Mindful Mondays- an exploration of the how, why, and science behind mindfulness. Join us for a conversation, Q+A, and a guided meditation to brighten your day. These workshops will be fully virtual on Zoom. You can also log Mindful Mondays in the WISE Hub for points!
1 session on February 6, 2023
Global Wolverines is an event series for students traveling abroad during the summer. The aim of the events is to provide students with a foundation essential for having successful international experiences. Events include workshops, a seminar, and cultural and social programs that take place over the course of the Winter semester.
1 session on February 6, 2023
This annual lecture is named for three U-M faculty members—Chandler Davis, Clement Markert, and Mark Nickerson—who in 1954 were called to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee. All invoked constitutional rights and refused to answer questions about their political associations. The three were suspended from the University with subsequent hearings and committee actions resulting in the reinstatement of Markert, an assistant professor who eventually gained tenure, and the dismissal of Davis, an instructor, and Nickerson, a tenured associate professor.For more information, please visit the event site here.


3 sessions available from February 6, 2023 to February 15, 2023
9 sessions available from February 6, 2023 to February 15, 2023
1 session on February 6, 2023
Meeting of Panhellenic leaders to discuss WI 2023 recruitment and plan for the future.
5 sessions available from February 7, 2023 to February 18, 2023
12 sessions available from February 7, 2023 to March 31, 2023
The API Management Solution replacement project team is holding open support hours to help answer any questions you may have about preparing for and using the new platform.

https://its.umich.edu/projects/api-management-solution-replacement
1 session on February 7, 2023
In this interactive session, Rackham experts in conflict resolution will discuss the ways in which conflict can manifest in our academic and personal spheres and will explore strategies to navigate and address difficult conversations. You will leave with concrete strategies for productive dialogue and clear communication, able to approach difficult conversations with more confidence in the future.



Learning objectives:


Participants will be exposed to the idea that conflict is culturally groundedParticipants will reflect on the ways in which their conflict style affects how they view or experience conflictParticipants will be able to react to strategies for dialogue and communicationParticipants will be asked to consider how strategies may be used in specific situationsThis workshop is designed for University of Michigan master's students, doctoral students, and postdoctoral fellows. For faculty and staff, please contact rackhampdeworkshops@umich.edu to see if we can accommodate your attendance.
1 session on February 7, 2023
Please join CRLT-Engin and CAEN as we welcome Howard Hooksman from Gradescope to discuss the various uses for Gradescope when administering exams in College of Engineering courses.
3 sessions available from February 7, 2023 to February 10, 2023
1 session on February 7, 2023
IGR x TFA will be hosting a unique opportunity to learn how to accurately craft your story of impact that captures your leadership, community building, and power skillsets for the next opportunity whether that be formal or informal :)
Join us in person on Tuesday, February 7th
3:00 - 4:30pm @ the IGR Office (1214 S. University Ave. -- Above Pinball Pete's)
Food will be provided!
1 session on February 7, 2023
Join student facilitators from the Maize and Blue Cupboard for dinner at South Quad to build community, share feedback, and guide future programming.
3 sessions available from February 7, 2023 to April 4, 2023
3 sessions available from February 7, 2023 to April 4, 2023
11 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to December 6, 2023
Each month, an orientation session is offered for all new postdoctoral research fellows, and those with a new postdoctoral research fellow appointment in the U-M HR system within the past two months at the University of Michigan. The orientation session includes information about the role of postdocs, working with your P.I./supervisor, campus resources, benefits and vacation, and membership in the U-M Postdoc Association.


Please note: if you have attended an orientation in the past, there is no need to attend an additional one.
1 session on February 8, 2023
Are you looking for opportunities to hone your leadership skills, and communication and work with others? Join us at the monthly lunch and learn sessions will be held in the Practice Office space in Suite 2700, unless otherwise stated. These programs are focused on interdisciplinary collaboration and learning and are rooted in principles of Design Thinking, Transformative Learning, and Experiential learning theory.
1 session on February 8, 2023
1 session on February 8, 2023
You're invited to meet and connect with the world-renowned Black author and poet, Nikki Giovanni. This event is presented in partnership with Michigan Housing's Diversity and Inclusion Office and MESA's Black History Month planning committee.
The reception will be held in the Nikki Giovanni Multicultural Lounge, a space that honors her life and legacy. Refreshments will be provided.
DETAILS:
Date: February 8th, 2023
Time: 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Location: Nikki Giovanni Multicultural Lounge, Mosher Jordan Hall
Address: 200 Observatory St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 (enter on the Jordan side)
PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR ALL CELEBRATIONS:
We will adhere to the current mask policy for the University on that day
For any questions please contact Diversity and Inclusion - M Housing at diversityandinclusion@umich.edu
3 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to March 28, 2023
University Unions is initiating developmental sessions for the student staff to enhance their experience outside of their specific roles.
1 session on February 8, 2023
Conference posters are for more than just communicating your research. While a good poster will help you tell a succinct story about your project, a great poster will serve as a platform for engaging in meaningful discussion with your audience and building your network.


Join us for a two-part workshop to learn best practices for:
Designing and creating effective postersDelivering an engaging poster presentation
4 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to March 22, 2023
Career and Professional Development Events Hosted by OGPS during the Winter 2023 semester
4 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to March 22, 2023
Although open to all, this series is designed for STEM graduate students coming from communities underrepresented in STEM. We will focus our discussions on issues research has identified as uniquely challenging for students from marginalized backgrounds, including conflict resolution while navigating power dynamics, bringing your whole self to STEM, and creating action plans for supporting yourself and others in STEM.
Each meeting will include an opportunity for students to share their own experiences and process those experiences in light of the research on STEM equity and learn skills to help manage these challenges.
1 session on February 8, 2023
The Black Menaces are a coalition of students from various universities across the nation fighting to empower marginalized communities through social media.


Through social media platforms like Tik Tok, Instagram, and Twitter they highlight how PWIs (Predominantly White Institutions) do not create safe spaces for marginalized students. The Black Menaces highlight overt and covert racism, homophobia, xenophobia, sexism, and more through questions. They share the stories and experiences of any and all marginalized students.

As the Black Menaces, they seek to make all necessary changes at universities across the nation to ensure the mental, emotional, and physical safety of all students. Through reforming the curriculum, systems, and management change will occur to make equitable standards.

Join the Digital Studies Institute for a panel conversation with the Black Menaces leadership team Nate Byrd, Kennethia Dorsey, Kylee Shepherd, Sebastian Stewart-Johnson, Rachel Weaver with Professor Apryl Williams to learn about the creation of the Black Menaces movement and to discuss the use of social media as a tool for activism on college campuses.

Learn more about the Black Menaces at www.theblackmenaces.org.

We want to make our events accessible to all participants. This event will be a hybrid event with both a physical meeting space and an online meeting space. Please register in advance for the online Zoom Webinar here: http://bit.ly/3k8yDXd

Please register for the physical meeting space at U-M's Weiser Hall, Room 1010.
CART will be provided. If you anticipate needing accommodations to participate, please email the Digital Studies Institute at dsi-administration@umich.edu. Please note that some accommodations must be arranged in advance and we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible.
2 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to February 15, 2023
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!
10 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to April 11, 2023
Coaching Corner workshops are for students connected with Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). They are hosted by the staff of Academic Support & Access Partnerships (ASAP) that work within SSD. The workshops are on various topics, including but not limited to: executive functioning skills, scholarships, and other disability-related topics.
5 sessions available from February 8, 2023 to March 22, 2023
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 Sara Nezami Nav.


Sign up here for any of the six Winter 2023 workshops listed below.
1 session on February 8, 2023
Join us for a lively moderated conversation with Grammy-nominated and award-winning poet, filmmaker and professor, Nikki Giovanni. The conversation will be moderated by the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies faculty, Dr. Saraellen Strongman, Michigan Medicine Special Programs Manager and DEI Practitioner, Blaire Tinker, M.Ed. and Kayla Tate, UMich Senior and Black Student Union Speaker.
To submit questions for the Q&A portion of the event: CLICK HERE
Sponsors: Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs, Support for Incoming Black Students & Black Student Union
Co-Sponsors: Department of Afroamerican and African Studies, Rackham Graduate School, The Residential College, The Spectrum Center, Diversity & Inclusion Housing, Diversity Peer Educators, Central Student Government, LSA Student Government, Department of English &, Department of American Culture
1 session on February 8, 2023
Qualify your Leadership experiences and enjoy sweet treats from Cinnaholic!!!
This is a leadership certificate program offered by the BLI and MLEAD to formalize undergrad student engagement through leadership coursework, co-curricular activities, and service-learning across campus.
Our goal is to curate an accessible pathway for students to learn, develop, and reflect on their leadership experience at U of M.
Join us at an info session to learn more about how you can become a part of the first and only undergraduate Leadership Certificate on campus.
2 sessions available from February 9, 2023 to April 17, 2023
Microaggressions are verbal, behavioral, or environmental slights. They can be overt, subtle or unintentional, and lead to significant consequences.


In this session, participants will:

Learn about "microaggressions" and other concepts relevant to this topic
Obtain an understanding of the social and psychological impacts of microaggressions
Engage in activities and dialogue to unveil microaggressions within the workplace
Validate experiences with microaggressions
Identify and discuss techniques to combat microaggressions, as a bystander or as a recipient

Audience:

All LSA staff, faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates currently employed in LSA are welcome to attend. It is recommended that participants complete a course on Implicit Bias before taking this session. External guests may request to join as space allows.
2 sessions available from February 9, 2023 to February 9, 2023
Are you searching for a spring or summer internship? Drop in to Rackham's West Conference Room or join us virtually on Zoom for a casual, coworking search session. Come when you can and leave when you must; there will not be a formal presentation. This is a chance to carve out time to search for internships alongside like-minded graduate students and get your questions answered by Rackham’s embedded University Career Center staff, as well as Rackham’s internship focused program managers. Graduate students at any stage of the internship search process are welcome to attend for part or all of this session.


This workshop is designed for doctoral students. For faculty and staff, please contact rackhampdeworkshops@umich.edu to see if we can accommodate your attendance.
17 sessions available from February 9, 2023 to March 31, 2023
The mission of Puentes is to create an equitable space that centers the intersectional identities of incoming and current Latinx graduate students across schools, departments, and disciplines at U-M. We strive to foster a space of community, healing, and empowerment, where students feel supported and equipped to advocate for their needs and the needs of their community during and beyond their academic tenure at U-M.
We hope to see you at some of our events this year!
2 sessions available from February 9, 2023 to February 9, 2023
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. After completing the workshop, you will have the opportunity to receive 3 additional weeks of personalized support on a specific 30-day goal.
Weekly Communication and Support: You will be assigned a goals coach, who will support and guide you through your 30-day goal.
Our coaches will:
Work with you to define or redefine your goal Provide strategies to help you achieve it!Connect with you once a week via Zoom, telephone, or email to answer your questions, provide support, and highlight wins.Facilitate a safe space to develop a network of peers for shared support
At WISE we know that the different dimensions of wellness are something that we should focus on every day not only in times of stress. We have created the Wellness Everyday Series to aid the WISE community’s exposure to different aspects of their wellness and develop a practice of wellness every day. When you are well it helps the community to become well.
Register in sessions for information on how to join in-person or virtually.
4 sessions available from February 9, 2023 to February 17, 2023
1 session on February 9, 2023