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June 24-27, the University of Michigan will host a series of events for its UMich200 Festival, which include a presentation that highlights how UM-Flint responded to the water crisis in Flint, reaching out beyond the campus to help the community.
Tomorrow is Pride in the Park! 2-8pm, Riverbank Park, Downtown Flint. We are going to be there with buttons, photo booth, coloring pages and glitter tattoos for the kids, and information about the center! Join us!!!
"The new degrees beginning this fall address real needs by enhancing the analytical, technical, and problem-solving skills of students at the undergraduate and graduate levels," said Provost Knerr. Enrollment for these programs is open now and classes begin September 5.
A message from the Chancellor: Go Blue Guarantee and student support at UM-Flint
Complete your degree. Change your world. Now is the time to make the next step in your educational career! Use our Transfer Equivalency guide to find out how your credits transfer and apply today!
An archeologist reflects on the role that autism may have played in human evolution, and in the process makes an argument for better emphasizing how complex forms of human diversity contribute to social and biological evolutionary transformations. You can study how anthropologists approach human evolution in ANT 105-Human Origins, as well as think about the intersection of culture and neurodiversity in ANT/SOC/WGS 325-Culture, Personality, and Beyond. (Note that ANT/SOC/WGS 325 also has a graduate-level listing.) http://www.sapiens.org/evolution/autism-human-evolution/
Thinking about med school when you're done with your undergrad? Read about what medical schools, including the University of Michigan Medical School, are looking for.
Teachers: Register today for the Summer Institute for Educators July 17-20 with UM-Flint Discovering PLACE & Earth Force! Learn about Earth Force's Community Action and Problem Solving process & advancing place-based education & student engagement in your classroom. Free; registration required. Qualifying teachers will receive $400 participation stipend and 23 SCECHs (pending state approval). And it will be fun! Flint River Watershed Coalition will host a nature exploration by kayak on the Flint River.
"UM-Flint students are essential to the success of this research project and other projects that I've conducted since my arrival at UM-Flint... The skills of the students participating in this project are vast and diverse. Students working on this project have extensive experiences that makes them ideal to be part of a dynamic team. In this project, we have students with backgrounds in biomedical engineering, physical therapy, kinesiology, exercise sciences and business," said Dr. Bara Alsalaheen in UM-Flint Physical Therapy Department.
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