The Annual Lavender Graduation, also referred to as LavGrad, is a celebration to honor LGBTQ graduates of the University of Michigan. Established by Ronni Sanlo in 1995, University of Michigan was the first commemorative event of its kind celebrated at an institution of higher learning. This commencement ceremony acknowledges the contributions of any graduates from any school/college at the University and of any academic level. All participants within the LGBTQ communities will receive a free rainbow 2019 tassel, a lavender cord, and a Lavender Degree.
The Winter 2019 Munger Case Competition is a fantastic professional development opportunity through which graduate students can collaborate with other professionals, work on a real-world multidisciplinary issue, and grow their Michigan network. This competition is open to ALL graduate and professional students.
The LeaderShape Institute is a six-day immersive leadership development experience, focused on helping students think deeply about their values and passions, understand the power of community and connection, and develop visions for social change.
The Center for Campus Involvement and Trotter are excited to announce registration is open for a strategic and action-oriented Regional Interfaith C
Trotter Multicultural Center Invites all University of Michigan students to participate in drop-in portrait photo shoot sessions. Photos will be used to create a feature wall graphic for Trotter on State Street.