The Office for Student Engagement celebrated Chinese New Year, the Year of the Monkey, with decorations and Chinese food at the University Center, room 2136, on Feb. 8 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Get to know your students orgs! The Women in Learning and Leadership (WILL) is a student organization that focuses on women’s issues and feminism.
Get to know the groups on campus starting with the Black Student Union, a student organization that is designated as a social advocate for issues concerning African-American students.
On Jan. 19, the University of Michigan-Dearborn had a screening of “Reflections Unheard: Black Women in Civil Rights.” The film showcased a time when women were starting to openly embrace feminism, especially in the black community.
The Office for Student Engagement held the Playing for Prizes Event, a kickoff event to Welcome Week, on the University Center Stage from 11-12 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 8.
On Thursday Dec. 3, the UM-Dearborn’s office of Admissions and Orientation hosted the annual Pre-Med Information Night. Prospective students were invited to the Fairlane Campus North Building to learn about the pre-med pathway that the campus has to offer.
In collaboration with the Art History Association, the French Club is preparing to sponsor a trip to the Toledo Museum of Art to see the the “Degas and the Dance” exhibit.
On Nov. 10, the Office for Student Engagement (OSE) hosted an event in the University Center to celebrate Transgender Awareness Month. Students, faculty and staff were invited to discuss how transgender icons within the media have affected the transgender community.
Orphan Relief, a non-profit organization, hosted its second annual Art Expo in Kochoff Halls A and B on Friday, Nov. 13. The expo included submissions from community members ranging from paintings, drawings, photography and poems. The theme of the event was vulnerability.