Location: Nesbitt Room, 2nd floor East Hall
The Undergraduate Mathematics Club presents a talk about elliptic curves.
(The accompanying pizza slices will probably be triangular, though, and not elliptic!)
Location: 4448 East Hall
Please join a special forum on research productivity (and, more generally, career and scientific success) moderated by Bill Gehring. Refreshments will be served.
Panelists: Jacque Eccles, Patti Reuter-Lorenz, Terri Robinson, and Brenda Volling
4448 East Hall
Thursday, February 1
Location: Pendleton Room, Mich Union
Talk: "Should illegal immigrants have access to public services?", sponsored by UM Committee for Ethics in Public Life.
Location: Museum of Art offsite, @ South U & Forest
1. Soylent Screen (sponsored by FVSA)
Date: Wednesday January 31
Location: UMMA Offsite, @ South U & Forest
Details: FVSA's social event of the month! International Films by:
Michel Gondry, Guy Maddin, Matt McCormick, Jan Kounen, and Roy Andersson.
U of M student films by:
Brandon Hall, Sean Stewart, Coillin Kravis + Chris Knable, Marcus
Manoogian + Jenny Adler, Doug Nicholas + Geoffrey George.
FREE PIZZA! FREE POP! FREE FILMS!
Location: Forum Hall, 4th floor of Palmer Commons
First event of our ‘Distinguished Lecture Series – New Directions in Institutional Diversity’.
Professor john a. powell will be the guest speaker.
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Panel discussion and a reception will follow the talk.
Location: 4th Floor, Rackham Building
Rackham Health and Fitness Fair
Monday, January 29
11:00am - 2:00pm, 4th Floor, Rackham Building
Join us for a FREE event to learn more about how to take care of your health! The event is open to all graduate and professional school students.
The event will feature:
*FREE chair massages
*snacks and refreshments
*prizes for participation
Drop by between classes or stay for a while -- either way, you’re bound to learn something new!
Location: 1109 FXB Bldg
When: January 29, 2007, 5-7 p.m.
University of Michigan North Campus, FXB Building
Boeing Auditorium (#1109)
Pizza will be served
The newly instated committee on Entrepreneurial Environment and Programs for
Students (CEEPS) is asking for input from students who are innovative and/or
Location: 3154 Angell Hall
An informal lunch/seminar with Professor David Lubin
The Visual Culture of WWI
Monday, January 29th from noon- 2 p.m.
3154 Angell Hall
David Lubin, Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art at Wake Forest, has written widely on American art and culture, the history of cinema, and theories of representation. He is a former filmmaker and music reviewer for Rolling Stone whose scholarship including Act of Portrayal: Eakins, Sargent, James (Yale University Press, 1985), Picturing a Nation: Art and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century America (Yale University Press, 1996), and Titanic (BFI, 2000), an in-depth analysis of the blockbuster film.
As part of his visit to Ann Arbor, and in conjunction with his current research project, “Battling Images: The First World War and American Visual Culture,” Professor Lubin will talk informally with us over lunch about the challenges of scholarship on the visual culture of this era, the nature of visual archives involving painting, photography, film, and popular culture, and the modes of interdisciplinarity defining visual culture studies. No advance readings are required, and lunch will be provided.
PLEASE RSVP to Joanna Patterson, email@example.com, so we can provide sufficient edibles.
Location: Palmer Commons Auditorium — Forum Hall
B & F MLK Closing Lecture: Prisons of Image 3:30 — 5:30 PM • Palmer Commons Auditorium — Forum Hall • Sponsored by Business and Finance Diversity Committee. • Click here for more information.
In continuing the B & F Diversity Committee's theme of Expect Respect: Appreciating our Differences and Similarities, our closing lecture will feature Charlene Teters who will discuss the use of Native American imagery in sports ventures and the implications thereof in the Native American community.
Contact: Rebekah Ashley
Location: 1636 SSWB/International Institute, 1080 S. University
Monday, January 29
11:45 AM – 1 PM | Lecture
The Neoconservative Turn in Latin American Literacy Criticism
John Beverley, Professor of Spanish, Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies, University of Pittsburgh.
Sponsor: Latin American and Caribbean Studies (part of What's "Left" in Latin America? series)