International Internships in Information – Info Session 11/14

International Internships in Information International Internships in Information Talks Tuesday, November 14, 2017 12:00pm – 1:00pm North Quad, 105 South State Street Space 2435 For International Education Week, the School of Information is hosting “International Internships in Information.” Former graduate and undergraduate interns will be sharing stories about their experiences in a quick lightning talk, followed […]

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Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Info Session – Nov 7

Do you have an interest in the health field? Are you interested in service to the community? Join us for an information session for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship program. Please see the attached flyer.   Tuesday, November 7, 2017 School of Social Work B780 1-2pm Schweitzer Fellows are graduate students in health care, social work, law, education […]

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Venture Well Hacking Health Design Charrette – 11/10-11

Venture Well Hacking Health Preventative Geriatric Health Monitoring Design Charrette, November 10-11, 2017 Stamps Graduate Studios 1919 Green Road Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Sign Up to Participate Hacking Health is a new program, comprised of a design charrette in Fall 2017 with a follow-up, cross-disciplinary product development design course in Winter 2018. The aim of Hacking Health […]

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OptiMize Challenge – Join by 10/12

Subject: Get up to $20,000 to do work you’re passionate about! Hey CSED students! If you want to take action to build a better world, I encourage you to consider joining optiMize! optiMize is a supportive community for students to create projects that make a positive social impact.   They run a series of workshops […]

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Kounkuey Design Initiative Lecture – 10/11

  PUBLIC LECTURE Kounkey Design Initiative (KDI) is a non-profit design and community development organization that partners with underserved communities in the US, Africa, and Latin America to physically transform communities and in the process, improve environmental, economic, and social quality of life. KDI was started in 2006 and is composed of architects, engineers, planners, […]

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Poverty Simulation – 10/6

Poverty Solutions and the University of Michigan Dearborn invite the U of M community to think about what it might be like for a typical low-income family to survive from month to month. The Poverty Simulation framework was carefully developed by the Missouri Community Action Network, a nationally recognized community-based organization with expertise developing experiential […]

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North Campus Sustainability Hour: Societal Safety in Changing World – 9/18

North Campus Sustainability HourMonday, Sept 18, 2017  Modeling and Analysis to Foster Societal Safety and Sustainability in a Changing WorldProf. Seth Guikema, IOE and Civil Eng Depts.  Noon – 1:00pm Johnson Rooms, Lurie Engineering Center (3rd Floor) The University of Michigan, North CampusThis presentation provides an overview of Prof. Guikema’s research. His research focus is […]

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Makerspaces & Community Design with Building Community in Detroit & Regional Japanese Conference – 9/27-30

THE CENTER FOR JAPANESE STUDIES  in partnership with THE U-M BICENTENNIAL & DETROIT DESIGN FESTIVAL PROUDLY PRESENTS BUILDING COMMUNITY IN DETROIT & REGIONAL JAPAN SEP 27-30 // DETROIT + ANN ARBOR A four-day series of collaborative workshops and exhibitions between community-building groups in Detroit and the shrinking communities of northeastern Japan impacted by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. CONFERENCE SCHEDULE + REGISTRATION […]

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