Location: 2271 Angell Hall
There will be a Socratic Club meeting tonight April 3rd at 9:00pm in
2271 Angell Hall. There will be free food provided. The discussion will
be facilitated by Patrick Julius, who founded and heads the Michigan
branch of the Secular Student Alliance. He also contributes to a fancy
math blog (http://math.chigh.org/).
Location: Rackham Amphitheater
Democratizing Commerce: The Challenge for the 21st Century
A talk by Prof. C. Prahlad
Location: Palmer Commons, CRLT Seminar Room 1013
MONDAY, APRIL 2, 2007
11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
Palmer Commons, CRLT Seminar Room 1013
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
100 Washtenaw Avenue
This workshop is for anyone interested in learning new ways of teaching
about race, ethnicity, or Asian
Pacific American communities. We will share interactive activities,
innovative assignments, and successful
strategies for educators. Facilitators include editors and contributors
to the new book Teaching About
Asian Pacific Americans: Effective Activities, Strategies, and
Assignments for Classrooms and
Communities (Rowman & Littlefield, 2006). Each chapter in the book is a
lesson plan that can be adapted
for other ethnic groups as well. A light lunch will be served.
Location: G634 Haven Hall
Film screening about police brutality: ""Every Mother's Son"
Location: Nakamura House (807 State St.)
CoCo BBQ at Nakamura House (807 State St.) at 6 pm.
Location: Trotter Multicultural Center
MONDAY APRIL 2
Women of Color Week Kickoff: Food, Information and Fun!
Trotter Multicultural Center, 5-8pm
Location: 1301 South University Avenue
An UMMA Art Collective Invitation
Lose Yourself in Culture and Conversation
Happy Hour Takes On New Meaning With UMMA's Art Collective
Unwind after a long week with great music, smooth liquid refreshments, and tantalizing appetizers, surrounded by superb contemporary art. Reconnect with friends and meet new ones at UMMA's lively loft gallery, Off/Site, at the corner of South University and South Forest in Ann Arbor.
Saturday, March 31, 2007
1301 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan
On view: IMAGINING EDEN: CONNECTING LANDSCAPES
Music by Ghostly Records
Must be 21 or older to attend.
Advance reservation is required. RSVP by email at email@example.com or by phone at 734.647.2064.
This event is sponsored by:
Comerica Bank, http://www.comerica.com
With support from:
The Moveable Feast, http://www.themoveablefeastcatering.com
The Village Corner, http://www.villagecorner.com
Ghostly Records, http://www.ghostly.com
Location: Auditorium, ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL, Ann Arbor
Learn how can make a difference by being a mentor to a recently released prisoner.
9AM UNTIL 1PM
PART 2 OF 2 - MPRI VOLUNTEER MENTOR/COACH TRAINING
ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL
IN THE AUDITORIUM
5305 ELLIOTT DR
ANN ARBOR, MI 48108
FOR A DETAILED MAP GO TO: http://www.sjmercyhealth.org/blank.cfm?id=969
WE WILL COVER TOPICS SUCH AS "WHY BECOME A MENTOR?", "20 WAYS TO BE A GREAT MENTOR, COMMUNICATION, SETTING BOUNDARIES, BRAINSTORMING AND ROLE-PLAYING, DEVELOPING SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS, AND MUCH, MUCH MORE. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.
CONTACT INFORMATION: WASHTENAWMPRI@GMAIL.COM
TELEPHONE NUMBER: 734-327-9717
OR PATTY AT 734-276-4687
WE LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING WITH YOU. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL BE ATTENDING EITHER ONE OR BOTH OF THESE SESSIONS.
Workforce Development Coordinator
Location: The First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor, located on Washtenaw Avenue jus
Please call to find out exact time! The above time is tentative.
Haiti Fundraiser: The First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor, located on Washtenaw Avenue just off of South University, will sponsor a Haitian dinner on March 31 in the church social hall. They have been sponsoring health care mission activities in Haiti for several years, sending physicians, nurses, and other health care professions to provide patient care, engineers to upgrade the hospital facilities, and money to purchase supplies and medications and to pay employees. Church members on the faculty of the UM Nursing School have also established a nursing education program in Haiti. In addition to serving Haitian food, there will be entertainment and discussions of First Presbyterian mission activities. Info: Karl Bartscht, KGBA2@aol.com, cell 734-645-8100.
Location: Greene Lounge (first floor), East Quad
Public Forum on: "The War in Iraq and the Democratic Party"
Saturday March 31
2:00PM – 4:00PM
East Quad: 701 E. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Greene Lounge (first floor)
Sponsored by the Socialist Party of Michigan and Ann Arbor/Ypsi Solidarity