Take a look at this upcoming event hosted by The Center for Michigan and U-M Library. Be sure to RSVP!
Great Waters, Great Economy
Join us for a town hall about Michigan's waterways. It's an opportunity to share your perspective on the stewardship of the state's bodies of water, the economic activity that depends on them, and the balance between economic development and water preservation.
This event, hosted by the U-M Library in partnership with the Center for Michigan and its statewide water campaign Your Water, Your Voice, will inform a Citizens' Agenda report, reflecting state residents' water priorities, concerns, and goals.
Monday, October 21, 2019
Hatcher Graduate Library
Gallery, 1st floor
Open to all.
U-M Winter 2020 Job & Internship Fair
February 6th, 2020 12pm-4pm
LSA Social Impact Fair
January 29th, 2020 6pm-8pm
Ballroom Michigan League
The Social Impact Fair is hosted annually by the LSA Opportunity Hub. The Fair provides a space for students to learn about nonprofit organizations taking action on pressing social and environmental issues and to find out how to get involved with them. This academic year’s Social Impact Fair is partnering with the LSA Theme Semester initiative to feature organizations and academics (both faculty and graduate students) working on issues impacting the Great Lakes.
Films & Media
NOAA@UM Film Series
Chasing Coral Screening for Student Life
Lectures & Panel Series
Jill S Harris Lecture: Rachel Havrelock
March 9th, 2020 4pm-6pm
Rackham East Conference Room
Great Lakes Theme Semester Panel Series
- Physical Dynamics; January 13th, 2020
- Living Systems; February 3th, 2020
- Histories; February 24th, 2020
- Using & Moving the Water; March 16th, 2020
- Politics & Policies: Great Lakes Task Force; April 6th, 2020
- Joe Sax Public Trust Doctrine & Legal; April 20th or 27th, 2020
February 25th, 2020
Farrand Memorial Lecture (UMNHM)
CIGLR Great Lakes Seminar Series
Dates available on website
CIGLR co-sponsors and coordinates the joint CIGLR-GLERL Great Lakes Seminar Series, which brings in regional, national, and international researchers to talk about pertinent new and emerging scientific issues in the Great Lakes. These events facilitate collaborations between researchers, provide an educational opportunity for NOAA and university scientists, and serve as an outreach forum for stakeholders and the general public to attend.
U-M Biological Station Winter Research Meeting
February 7th-8th, 2020
April 7th, 2020 8:30am-5:30pm
MQR April 2020 Special Edition Launch Party
UMNHM Science Cafe
UMNHM Family Reading and Science Program
Matthaei Botanical Gardens
Planet Blue Earthfest
September 19th, 2019
Museums & Libraries
Special Collections After Hours: Great Lakes Cookbooks
February 11th, 2020 4pm-6pm
Clark Library Third Thursday Open House “A Pleasant Peninsula: 400 Years of Mapping the Great Lakes”
February 20th, 2020 4pm-7pm
UMNHM Lake Sturgeon
UMNHM Exploring Michigan Gallery