Spectrum Center is piloting a new mentorship program called Mentorship and Professional/Personal Support (MaPPS). This program intentionally connects LGBTQ students to LGBTQ staff/faculty members who may share similar identities and/or goals.
Have you ever had a constructive conversation with someone who has a different political identity or political perspective than you? Can you imagine building a bridge across political difference? Have you ever wondered how it is that other intelligent, caring people could come to a completely different political perspective than you?
Calling all students! Join us for the Growing Allies Retreat where this semester we will explore the intersection of race, ethnicity, and class. This retreat is an opportunity to engage in what it means to be a social justice ally through interactive activities and dialogue.
Lavender Graduation is a celebration of LGBTQ graduates of the University of Michigan. Graduates from any school/college in the University from any academic level are welcome to participate.
The University of Michigan hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking Wednesday to officially launch construction on a new, $10 million William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center near the heart of Central Campus.
At the same time, a national search for a new Trotter director has been launched.
From October 30 – December 8, 2017, the DEI All Student Climate Survey will be available online. We hope you’ll take the time to complete this important survey.
To thank you for your time, all survey recipients will be included in a random drawing conducted by SoundRocket, to win one of 75 VISA gift cards ($50 value each). Check your email for an invitation and survey link during the week of October 30!
Residence Education is beginning our search for next year’s ResStaff, specifically those who will work in all of our undergraduate residential communities. ResStaff are our live-in student employees, who perform the roles of Resident Adviser (RA) and Diversity Peer Educator (DPE). We are looking for driven, compassionate, and caring student leaders looking for a challenging and rewarding employment opportunity. Our ResStaff focus on building inclusive, welcoming communities in support all of the students who live with us.
Students can pick-up a FREE glow-in-the-dark Night Game t-shirt this week! You can collect yours as follows. Just tell us how you plan to Stay in the Blue and show respect to those different from you!
Supplies are limited.
On Wed Oct 4, Thurs Oct 5, or Fri Oct 6 (or until we run out!)
From 10 AM to 4 PM
At 4th Floor, University Health Service, 207 Fletcher St
This semester, CCI will host the Inaugural "Explore Student Organization Conference and Resource Fair." Called Explore, this day will be geared toward students involved in student organizations looking to gain or harness leadership skills and engage with various campus resources to assist with the work of their organization.
Trotter Multicultural Center invites you to join them at their upcoming fall events. There's fun, food, festivities and plenty of fellowship.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated's International Leadership Conference brings together the leaders of the fraternity at large to discuss fraternity business, announce new candidates for leadership, provide opportunity for fellowship, and acknowledge brothers making a positive impact in the world.
Read the full article on the Greek Life website.
Arab Heritage Month is a special opportunity to enhance understanding of the nuanced and diverse aspects of Arab American heritage. Arab immigrants and their descendants have made important contributions to the growth of this country. As doctors and scientists, engineers, bankers, teachers, entrepreneurs and entertainers – and so much more – Arab contributions and heritage are woven inextricably into the fabric of American society.
The University of Michigan is fourth on the list of top volunteer-producing graduate schools in 2017 and has made the list for 17 consecutive years. A total of 2,684 alumni have served the Peace Corps since it was created in 1961 and 60 alumni are currently volunteering.
The Student Advisory Board provides advice on pressing student issues to the Vice President for Student Life. Biweekly meetings throughout the academic year to encourage discussion on new initiatives and emergent issues. The Board’s recommendations help to influence Student Life goals, services, and overall effectiveness.
Here's your chance to provide advice to the Vice President on pressing student issues.
Did you know that U-M has a Campus Farm? The collaborative project by U-M students, faculty and staff, community members, and Matthaei-Nichols was designed to grow vegetables and herbs on campus.
The Undergraduate and Graduate/Professional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Student Advisory Boards (DEISABs)
Interested in joining the Undergraduate or Graduate/Professional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Student Advisory Boards (DEISABs)? Learn more about the application process and how you can get involved!
On the eve of Michigan's Bicentennial, in 2016, the Leadership Engagement Scholarship was created by students for students. The scholarship, the first of its kind at the University of Michigan, seeks to remove the cost barriers to extracurricular involvement by providing financial awards to a cohort of emerging and established leaders with demonstrated need.
Student Life employs more than 4000 students each year in temporary, part-time and work-study positions. Student Life positions offer competitive pay, locations across campus, hours to fit busy schedules, convenience, skill development, opportunities to advance, skills to build your resume, and the chance to develop lifelong friendships.
Starting August 15th, 2016 SOAS will be transitioning from the Finance tab on MaizePages to a new financial system called the SOAS Finance Dashboard. The Dashboard will be located on the SOAS website. Similar to the Finance tab on MaizePages currently, only Authorized Signers will be allowed to view the Dashboard.