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- What's it like to spend a week in the life of a fall SiD student?
- "The Number One Thing Every Detroiter Must Do (Or, a History of Detroit)"
- Leaders and Best? Questioning the UM “Detroit Center for Innovation”
- A week in the life of a SiD student - spring/summer edition!
- Student Perspective: Choosing a Fall Semester in Detroit
- Beyond Land Acknowledgements
- Detroiters Speak Debut at the New General Baker Institute
- Welcome, Kim Sherobbi - New SiD Community Advisor
- Five Reasons to Do Semester in Detroit in the Fall
- Attention Community Partners: SiD Spring Program Cancelled
- What's Next for Detroiters Speak?
- With Solidarity from Semester in Detroit
- Looking for some remote engagement with Detroit this spring semester?
- Wrapping Up Spring Courses
- Coming this Fall: Semester in Detroit - The Hybrid Edition
- Congratulations, Student Recruitment Team Grads!
- Movement for Black Lives: Reflections, Statements, and Resources
- U-M in the Era of Black Lives Matter & Mass Incarceration
- Congrats Jaylah Davis - 4th Annual Recipient of the General Baker Scholarship!
- SiD Fall 2020 Goes Virtual (Join the club!)
- Alumni Perspective: Ali Elatrache
- Reflections on Voter Outreach with Frontline Detroit
- Alumni Perspective: Natalie Suh
- Faculty Contribution: "Heart Sutra"
- Alumni Perspective: Hannah Myers
- Wrapping up Fall 2020 with the Core Four
- Special Election Year Interview w/ Taylor-Ryan Nedd, SiD 2015 Alumna
- Spend Fall in Detroit!
- Welcome Our Spring/Summer 2021 Cohort!
- SiD Moves Around Detroit
- SiD Welcomes Jamon Jordan to Faculty
- SiD's Quad-Campus Collaboration
- SiD Expands Curriculum in 2022
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Ten Reasons to do to Semester in Detroit in Fall 2015!
1. As a longer-term commitment, the benefits of fall are more sustained and rewarding than the shorter spring semester.
3. The first cohort will have the opportunity to help us develop the new fall version of program.
4. Way better weather in Detroit! It's an excellent time for biking, walking around, meeting neighbors, and seeing the city.
5. Beginning SID in the fall semester sets the tone for an entire school year of engaged learning!
6. You are able to use your regular UM financial aid to help cover tuition.
7. A fall SID semester ensures you will be able to maintain year-long connections you make in the program on campus in Ann Arbor!
8. It's harvest season and a great time to get involved with Detroit's urban farming community and eat some great fresh food! Roasted beets anyone?
9. Lions football! World Series in Detroit for the Tigers?
10. Most of all, it's a meaningful, dynamic and fun way to start off the school year!
(And who knows about our football team anyways...)