Location: michigan union -- wolverine rm
screening of film Autumn's Eyes on Weds. March 19 in the michigan
union - wolverine room, starting at 6pm.
Location: Alumni Center
Talk on black holes and galaxies
Location: Room 2229, School of Ed
Community and academy: a dialog
Location: 1670 CSE
DATE: Tuesday, March 18, 2008
TIME: 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
ROOM: 1670 CSE
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Computer Science and Engineering Division
Developing with Mac OS X Leopard: The Power of UNIX. The innovation of Macintosh
Location: Palmer Commons Aud -- 5th floor
Thai film presented by Thai Students Association
Women of Color Negotiating the Academic Industrial Complex
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
The Campus Lockdown conference will center women of color in the academic industrial complex. We will consider its structural constraints, as well as the implications of our scholarship. Please register by 3.13.2008.
Piya Chatterjee, University of California, Riverside
Angela Davis, University of California, Santa Cruz (via teleconference)
Rosa Linda Fregoso, University of Southern California
Ruthie Gilmore, University of Southern California
Fred Moten, Duke University
Clarissa Rojas, San Francisco State University
Audra Simpson, Cornell University
Haunani-Kay Trask, University of Hawai'i
Location: Pendleton Room
Talk by Nesha Haniff on South Africa
Location: MSA Chambers, 3rd fllor, Union
“Social Justice Activism after Graduation: Committing to a Lifestyle of
Social Change”: Transitioning into Real World: Aspirations, Reality
Checks, and Health and Wellness Strategies, 11:30-1:00PM, MSA Chambers,
3rd Floor, Michigan Union
A (free!) lunch series that focuses on the experiences of graduating
students of color who have been leaders in social activism and organizing
in their communities during their time at the university.
Location: MSA chambers
“Social Justice Activism after Graduation: Committing to a Lifestyle of Social Change”: Transitioning into Real World: Aspirations, Reality Checks, and Health and Wellness Strategies- MSA Chambers, 3rd Floor, Michigan Union- 11:30 to 1 pm-
A (free!) lunch series that focuses on the experiences of graduating students of color who have been leaders in social activism and organizing in their communities during their time at the university.
Location: Kuenzel Room, MI Union
Climate Matters March 14, 2008
SOCIAL CLIMATE MATTERS CONFERENCE March 14, 2008 11:30-5:00 Kuenzel Room, MI Union
Climate Matters is a conference to provide an opportunity for students and administrators to discuss innovative ways to work together to create welcoming and inclusive elements of climate so that all students can feel safe and valued while fully engaging in challenging opportunities for intellectual growth at the University of Michigan. Our intent is to move ideas to action. The conference will also provide an opportunity for students to engage with staff and administrators to learn about ways to encourage admitted students to enroll this fall. Students from every academic unit and of all social identities are invited to participate.