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  • College of Literature, Science, and the Arts | University of Michigan
    go when they head home for the holiday break Read more Creative Inspiration 8 LSA Inventions the michigan difference 12 15 2014 Research sometimes yields results that reach beyond the lab Here are eight LSA creations that can both turn a profit and profit society Read more LSA Takes It to the Next Level the michigan difference 11 17 2014 This issue of LSA Magazine explores stories about phases conversions and transformations Join LSA alumni faculty and students who aren t just predicting the future they re building a better one Read more The Outsiders Archive campus 10 27 2014 Last spring filmmaker John Sayles donated an archive of film related materials to the University including 199 boxes filled with journals research notes script drafts letters and more Read more Mapping Slavery in Detroit the michigan difference 10 13 2014 Professor Tiya Miles and a team of students have spent two years researching the history of slavery in Detroit and mapping the lives of slaves and former slaves Read more MORE LSA TODAY in the ARCHIVES Even more LSA LSA Elsewhere Justin Wolfers Stefan Szymanski of Economics Talk About Possible Effects of Legalized Sports Gambling 1 23 2015 The New

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  • LSA Students | University of Michigan
    Michigan in Washington program LSA student Belle Cheves center lived studied and worked in Washington DC Belle completed an internship at the United Nations during her time away from Ann Arbor This gorilla skull is one of more than 15 000 000 specimens in the Museum of Zoology one of several U M museums and the largest university museum in the world Its collections are integrated into undergrad courses and research projects Three students visiting U M s Camp Davis field station near Jackson Hole enjoy the river between class and studying Undergrads can take intro or advanced courses in American Culture English or Earth Environmental Sciences null null null null Forty top programs in the country One of the best and first undergrad research programs in the U S Over a hundred degree programs and thousands of classes Internships field camps study abroad and more Sounds impressive but what does it all mean exactly It means that students in U M s College of Literature Science and the Arts have the opportunity to combine world class academics with hands on practical experiences to create an education designed to navigate an unpredictable 21st century Learn more about the LSA curriculum

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  • LSA Faculty & Staff | University of Michigan
    Making Small Things Big in the World of Organic Electronics January 13 2015 David Lam of Economics Interviewed on the Effects of America s Record Low Birthrate December 4 2014 LSA English Professor Laura Kasischke Named Finalist for the 100 000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award January 15 2015 Thomas Weiskopff of Economics Says Obama s Immigration Order Good for State of Michigan December 18 2014 Sociology s Elizabeth Armstrong Explains

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  • LSA Research | University of Michigan
    Yiddish Studies Found in Translation History and Judaic Studies Professor Jeffrey Veiglinger collects the oral histories of Jewish stalwarts in the Soviet borderlands in Yiddish Weird Water Chemistry Research Scientist Aniruddha Deb has shown that a substance as familiar as water can still surprise us if we take a closer look The Biggest News in the Universe Physics Professor Katy Freese created one of the few mathematical models of the universe that s still valid after gravitational waves were found in outer space Creative Inspiration 8 LSA Inventions Basic research can have applications beyond the lab bench Here are eight examples of LSA creations can both turn a profit and profit society The Pharaohs of Ancient Sudan Excavations in Sudan will help the Kelsey Museum s Geoff Emberling figure out how a southern enemy supplanted Egyptian rule in 750 BC LSA Research Humanities LSA Research Natural Sciences LSA Research Social LSA Research Office Research News Justin Wolfers Stefan Szymanski of Economics Talk About Possible Effects of Legalized Sports Gambling January 23 2015 Research by Psychology Professor Kent Berridge Shows Why We Get Pleasure from Food and Drink January 22 2015 EEB Study Some Combinations of Bed Nets and Vaccines May

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  • LSA Alumni and Friends | University of Michigan
    Mrs Eileen Weiser funded the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies which brings to campus dignitaries former European leaders renowned scholars US ambassadors and more Lee Ann Bird 93 reads LSA Magazine atop Fox Glacier in New Zealand Twice a year the magazine delivers stories about faculty students and alumni to over 180 000 members of our community Read the latest issue Launched in 2007 through the support of alumni Robert Horwitz and Catherine Redlich the IDEA Institute promotes better undergraduate instruction and learning while shaping the next generation of science and math teachers LSA College Connections Coordinator Jenny Howard right 09 met with Stephanie Powell 99 to discuss life as an alum Jenny and her colleagues have met 2 600 alumni talking about Michigan Learn more and participate Alumni Give Online null LSA Vision Gift Priorities Update Your Contact Info ALUMNI STORIES LSA s Center For Chinese Studies Receives A 10 Million Endowment From U M Alumnus Richard Rogel And Susan Rogel LSA Alumnus A Brad Schwartz Plays An Important Role In A PBS Documentary About the War of the Worlds Radio Broadcast LSA Alumna Nina Davuluri Charts Her Own Course As The New Miss America LSA Alumnus Robert Shiller

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  • Events | College of Literature, Science, and the Arts | University of Michigan
    BIOCOMPLEXITY SEMINAR Two Vignettes in Computational Neuroscience From Data to Models Read More Speaker Mark Reimers Michigan State University Academic Unit Physics Date 01 26 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 335 West Hall Preparing for MCAT 2015 This program presents the most up to date information available about the new version of the MCAT expected to be administered in Spring 2015 Included are discussions of courses and long term preparation strategies Read More Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 01 26 2015 2 00 PM to 4 00 PM Location G243 Angell Hall HEP ASTRO SEMINAR First Principles Simulations of Particle Acceleration at Astrophysical Shocks Read More Speaker Damiano Caprioli Princeton Academic Unit Physics Date 01 26 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall BIOPHYSICS MCDB FACULTY CANDIDATE SEMINAR Featuring Randy Stockbridge Microbial resistance to toxic fluoride Structural and functional features of fluoride channels and transporters Read More Speaker Randy Stockbridge Department of Biochemistry Brandeis University Academic Unit Biophysics Date 01 26 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 1300 Chemistry STS Graduate Student Panel Objects of Exclusion Open Questions on the Global South of Technology Studies Read More Academic Unit Science Technology and Society Program STS Date 01 26 2015 4 00PM to 5 30PM Location 1014 Tisch Hall MLK Event James Chaffers Read More Academic Unit Department of Afroamerican and African Studies DAAS Date 01 26 2015 04 00 PM to 05 00 PM Location Rackham Assembly Hall MLK Event Film Screening Read More Academic Unit Department of Afroamerican and African Studies DAAS Date 01 26 2015 05 00 PM to 06 30 PM Location Weill Hall Annenberg Auditorium Ford School Iain Osgood Title TBA Read More Academic Unit Political Science Date 01 27 2015 12 00PM to 1 30PM Location Eldersveld Room 5670 Haven Hall LRCCS Noon Lecture Series Consumption as Knowledge Pawnbrokers in Qing China Appraise Furs Read More Speaker Elif Akçetin Dept of History University of Illinois at Chicago Academic Unit Center for Chinese Studies Date 01 27 2015 12 00PM Location Room 1636 SSWB CM AMO SEMINAR Ferromagnetic Domains and Roton Excitations in a Dilute Bose Superfluid Read More Speaker Cheng Chin University of Chicago Academic Unit Physics Date 01 27 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall Chris Tounsel and Pedro Monaville Read More Academic Unit Department of Afroamerican and African Studies DAAS Date 01 27 2015 04 00 PM to 05 00 PM Location 4701 Haven Hall Applying to Health Professions Schools Dental Pharmacy Public Health Optometry Learn about the application process for your health profession of interest Read More Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 01 27 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location G243 Angell Hall All the Trees of the Forest The Extraordinary Story of Israel s Woodlands Can Israel s story of transforming its drylands and degraded soils into renewed ecosystems be relevent to other countries suffering from deforestation and desertification Read More Speaker Alon Tal Academic Unit Program in the Environment Date 01 27 2015 04 00 PM Location Graduate Library 1st Floor Gallery Room Transfer Student Workshop Career and Internship Planning Read More Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 01 28 2015 11 00AM to 12 00PM Location G243 Angell Hall CREES Noon Lecture Women Vulnerability and HIV in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Read More Speaker Elizabeth King assistant professor of health behavior and health education U M Academic Unit Center for Russian East European and Eurasian Studies CREES Date 01 28 2015 12 00 PM to 1 30 PM Location 1636 International Institute SSWB 1080 S University MCTP HET BROWN BAG SEMINAR Exact Solutions of 2d Supersymmetric Gauge Theories Read More Speaker Abhijit Gadde IAS Academic Unit Physics Date 01 28 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 3481 Randall Lab The Literary Adventures of Silver in Early Modern China Read More Speaker Professor Sarah Kile Asian Languages and Culture U M Academic Unit Center for Chinese Studies Date 01 28 2015 12 00PM Location Koessler Room Michigan League Inequality and Family Working Group Read More Academic Unit Sociology Date 01 28 2015 1 30PM to 3 00PM Location 4154 Effective Writing Plans and Goals This workshop focuses on how to develop productive academic writing habits The purpose is to instruct participants how to plan a project set goals and meet them and students should leave the workshop with their own writing plans in place Read More Speaker Rena Seltzer Academic Unit Sweetland Center for Writing Date 01 28 2015 3 00PM to 4 30PM Location West Conference Room 4th floor Rackham Building DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM CANCELLED Exploring New Interface Between Quantum Optics and Nanoscience Read More Speaker Mikhail Lukin Harvard Academic Unit Physics Date 01 28 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 340 West Hall Nam Center for Korean Studies Colloquium Series Fellowship Forum Read More Speaker U M Graduate Students Academic Unit Nam Center for Korean Studies Date 01 28 2015 4 00PM Location Room 1636 School of Social Work Semester In Detroit Info Session Read More Academic Unit Semester In Detroit Date 01 28 2015 5 00PM to 6 00PM Location East Quad Benz Library PCAP Membership Meeting Read More Academic Unit Prison Creative Arts Project Date 01 28 2015 07 00 PM to 09 00 PM Location East Quad 701 East University Avenue Room 1405 Author s Forum Presents Staging Ground An American Theater and Its Ghosts A Conversation with Leslie Stainton Jim Leija Martin Walsh and Leigh Woods Read More Speaker Leslie Stainton Jim Leija Martin Walsh and Leigh Woods Academic Unit Institute for the Humanities Date 01 28 2015 7 00PM Location Ann Arbor District Library 343 S Fifth Ave CJS Special Event From Area Studies to the Global Workforce Center for Japanese Studies Alumni Talk About their Careers in International Business Read More Academic Unit Center for Japanese Studies CJS Date 01 29 2015 12 00PM Location Room 1636 School of Social Work Building Cultural Transmission and Artifact Variation Projectile Points as Ethnic Markers Read More Speaker Dr Raven Garvey Assistant Professor Anthropology Assistant Curator Museum of Anthro Archaeology Univ of Michigan Academic Unit Museum of Anthropology Date 01 29 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location Room 2009 Ruthven Museums Building TBD Personality Social Contexts Brown Bag Personality Social Contexts Brown Bag Read More Speaker Kathrin Hanek PhD Student in Personality Social Contexts Academic Unit Psychology Date 01 29 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 4464 East Hall 2015 Tinker Field Research Grants Info Session Read More Speaker Lenny Ureña Academic Unit Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Date 01 29 2015 2 00 PM to 3 00 PM Location 2609 SSWB International Institute CMENAS Lecture Series My Hummus is bigger than Your Hummus on food and politics in Israel Co sponsors Department of Anthropology Jean Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies and Department of Comparative Literature Read More Speaker Dafna Hirsch Department of Sociology Political Science and Communication The Open University of Israel Academic Unit Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies CMENAS Date 01 29 2015 4 00 PM Location 1636 School of Social Work Bldg International Institute EIHS Lecture Matter of Contention Relics of the Biblical Past Between Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies Thursday Series Ra anan Boustan University of California Los Angeles Read More Speaker Ra anan Boustan University of California Los Angeles Academic Unit Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies EIHS Date 01 29 2015 04 00 PM to 06 00 PM Location 1014 Tisch Hall Astronomy Colloquium Science Symphony and the Northern Lights Read More Speaker José Francisco Salgado Academic Unit Astronomy Date 01 29 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 411 West Hall ASTRONOMY COLLOQUIUM Science Symphony and the Northern Lights Read More Speaker José Francisco Salgado KV 265 and Adler Planetarium Academic Unit Physics Date 01 29 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 411 West Hall The Data of Life Writing Gender Race and the Digital The Institute for the Humanities and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender are co sponsoring a one day conference on data driven perspectives on race and gender issues related to life writing online and off Read More Academic Unit digitalcurrents Date 01 30 2015 9 00AM to 3 00PM Location 2239 Lane Hall EIHS Workshop Absent Matter Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies Friday Series Graduate Student Workshop Read More Academic Unit Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies EIHS Date 01 30 2015 12 00 PM to 02 00 PM Location 1014 Tisch Hall Yiddish Leyenkrayz Read More Academic Unit Judaic Studies Frankel Center for Date 01 30 2015 12 00 PM to 01 00 PM Location 202 S Thayer St Room 2000 Ann Arbor Sound and Memory in Antifascist Commemorative Music The only way I could grasp this period of German history was as a terrible dream wrote East German composer Georg Katzer b 1935 in the program notes to his electroacoustic collage Aide Mémoire Read More Speaker Martha Sprigge University of Michigan Academic Unit Germanic Languages and Literatures Date 01 30 2015 02 00 PM to 04 00 PM Location MLB 3308 Smith Lecture Clarifying Mammalian Responses to Climate Change Lessons Learned from Deep Time Experiments Read More Speaker Larisa Desantis Vanderbilt University Academic Unit Earth and Environmental Sciences Date 01 30 2015 03 00PM to 04 00PM Location 1528 C C Little Building Matthew Levendusky UPenn Read More Academic Unit Political Science Date 01 30 2015 3 30PM to 4 30PM Location 5669 Haven Hall CSAS Scholarly Lecture Series Youth Tobacco Control in India Read More Speaker Ritesh Mistry School of Public Health University of Michigan Academic Unit Center for South Asian Studies CSAS Date 01 30 2015 4 00PM Location 1636 School of Social Work Building Korean Cinema NOW Boomerang Family Read More Academic Unit Nam Center for Korean Studies Date 01 31 2015 2 00PM Location Michigan Theater 603 E Liberty St Ann Arbor MI Foundations of Modern Physics Workshop Read More Speaker Lawrence Sklar Sheldon Goldstein Jos Uffink Robert Batterman Academic Unit Philosophy Date 02 01 2015 10 00 AM to 6 00 PM Location Assembly Hall Rackham Building Fulbright Information Session Read More Academic Unit International Institute Date 02 02 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 1644 SSWB ISP Lecture Old Islam in Detroit Rediscovering the Muslim American Past Read More Speaker Sally Howell assistant professor of history U M Dearborn Academic Unit Islamic Studies Program Date 02 02 2015 4 00 PM to 5 30 PM Location 1636 International Institute SSWB 1080 S University HEP ASTRO SEMINAR Using Kaons to Unlock the Secrets of the Neutrino Read More Speaker Joshua Spitz MIT Academic Unit Physics Date 02 02 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall Alumni Center Discussion of all the services they offer to students and answers to your questions Alumni Center Discussion of all the services they offer to students and answers to your questions Read More Academic Unit Student Academic Affairs Date 02 03 2015 9 00 AM to 10 00 AM Location G239 243 Angell Economic Sociology Workshop Hybridity Status and Strategy Service Provision for Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol and Other Drug Use Read More Speaker Elizabeth Armstrong Academic Unit Sociology Date 02 03 2015 12 00PM to 1 30PM Location 4154 LSA LRCCS Noon Lecture Series The Anxiety of Influence Mis reading Chinese Art in Late Choson Korea Read More Speaker JP Park Assistant Professor Department of the History of Art University of California Riverside Academic Unit Center for Chinese Studies Date 02 03 2015 12 00PM Location Room 1636 SSWB The Hospitality of Cyberspace Read More Speaker Gillian Whitlock University of Queensland Academic Unit Institute for the Humanities Date 02 03 2015 12 30PM Location Institute for the Humanities 202 S Thayer 1022 Transfer Student Workshop Career and Internship Planning Read More Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 02 03 2015 1 00PM to 2 00PM Location G243 Angell Hall Providing in Poverty Work and Paradoxes of Manhood in a Ugandan Slum African History and Anthropology Workshop Read More Speaker Robert Wyrod Assistant Professor of Women s Studies Academic Unit African American Studies AAS Date 02 03 2015 4 00 PM Location 4701 Haven Hall CM AMO SEMINAR Out Of Equilibrium Dynamics with Dipoles Read More Speaker Norman Yao University of California Berkeley Academic Unit Physics Date 02 03 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall Medieval Lunch The Material Household in Late Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century Yorkshire Materiality and Early Consumerism in Rural and Urban Inventories Read More Speaker Emmamarie Hassl History Academic Unit Medieval and Early Modern Studies Date 02 04 2015 12 00PM to 1 00PM Location 1014 Tisch MCTP HET BROWN BAG SEMINAR Read More Speaker Michael Smolkin Berkley Academic Unit Physics Date 02 04 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 3481 Randall Lab Social Movements Workshop Collective Bargaining in China When Workers Fail When they Succeed Read More Speaker Patricia Chen Academic Unit Sociology Date 02 04 2015 2 30PM to 4 00PM Location 4147 LSA HELMUT W BAER LECTURE Transmutation Technology for Long Lived Nuclear Wastes Read More Speaker Hiroyuki Oigawa Duputy Director of Strategic Planning Japan Atomic Energy Agency Academic Unit Physics Date 02 04 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 340 West Hall Transferring to LSA Information Session Read More Speaker Susan Doyle Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 02 04 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location G243 Angell Hall Semester In Detroit Info Session Read More Academic Unit Semester In Detroit Date 02 04 2015 5 00PM to 6 00PM Location East Quad Benz Library Annual Copernicus Lecture Interview with Tomasz Stanko Read More Speaker Tomasz Stańko jazz trumpeter Academic Unit Center for Russian East European and Eurasian Studies CREES Date 02 04 2015 5 30 PM to 7 00 PM Location Stern Auditorium U M Museum of Art 525 S State St No Personality Social Contexts Brown Bag Personality Social Contexts Brown Bag Read More Speaker TBD Academic Unit Psychology Date 02 05 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 4464 East Hall TBD Clinical Area Brown Bag Read More Speaker Erica Schulte Clinical Area Doctoral Student Academic Unit Psychology Date 02 05 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location Pillsbury Room East Hall Reflections on the Valley of Mexico Surveys 1960 1975 Read More Speaker Dr Jeffrey Parsons Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Curator of Latin America Archaeology Academic Unit Museum of Anthropology Date 02 05 2015 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location Room 2009 Ruthven Museums Building CJS Special Event Saving 10 000 Read More Academic Unit Center for Japanese Studies CJS Date 02 05 2015 12 00PM Location Room 1636 School of Social Work Building Traveling Melodies Beyond Israel and the Mediterranean Read More Speaker Esti Kenan Ofri Bar Ilan University Academic Unit Judaic Studies Frankel Center for Date 02 05 2015 12 10 PM Location 202 S Thayer St Room 2022 Ann Arbor On the Road Again Mystery Staging and Conversion in Henry VI Part III Part of the Early Modern Conversions speaker series Read More Speaker Sheila Coursey Academic Unit Institute for the Humanities Date 02 05 2015 02 00PM to 03 00PM Location 202 S Thayer 1022 U M African Presidential Scholars Research Symposium II Read More Speaker U M African Presidential Scholars Academic Unit African Studies Center ASC Date 02 05 2015 2 00 PM to 6 00 PM Location Rackham Assembly Hall 4th floor CM THEORY SEMINAR Read More Speaker Shiwei Zhang College of William and Mary Academic Unit Physics Date 02 05 2015 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall EIHS Lecture Partus Sequitur Ventrem Slave Law and the History of Women in Slavery Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies Thursday Series Jennifer L Morgan New York University Read More Speaker Jennifer L Morgan New York University Academic Unit Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies EIHS Date 02 05 2015 04 00 PM to 06 00 PM Location 1014 Tisch Hall Until Debt do Us Part Read More Speaker Lili Liu Lead Economist at the World Bank Washington DC Academic Unit Center for Chinese Studies Date 02 05 2015 4 00PM Location Weill Hall Betty Ford Classroom 735 S State Street II Round Table Free Speech on the Front Lines Read More Academic Unit International Institute Date 02 05 2015 4 00 PM to 5 30 PM Location Michigan League Hussey Room 911 N University Ave IMP February 2015 Proposal Deadline Thursday February 5th is a tentative proposal deadline The actual submission date will be confirmed in early 2015 It may be later but it will not occur prior to February 5th Read More Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 02 05 2015 5 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 1255 Angell Hall Detroit Lecture Series Pogroms and Anti Jewish Violence in Ukraine s Other Civil War Read More Speaker Jeffrey Veidlinger Frankel Fellow Academic Unit Judaic Studies Frankel Center for Date 02 05 2015 07 00 PM Location JCC of Metropolitan Detroit 6600 W Maple Rd Executive Conference Suite West Bloomfield Detroiters Speak A General Gordon Baker Jr Memorial Panel Read More Academic Unit Residential College Date 02 05 2015 7 00 PM to 8 30 PM Location Cass Corridor Commons 4605 Cass Avenue Detroit Music of Strings and Wind from Korea Concert Read More Speaker Kyoung Sun Cho Geomungo Seoul National Univ of Educ and Seungmi Suh Daegeum Gyeongin National Univ of Educ Academic Unit Nam Center for Korean Studies Date 02 05 2015 7 00PM Location Detroit Institute of Arts 5200 Woodward

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  • Departments & Units | College of Literature, Science, and the Arts | University of Michigan
    Classical Studies Communication Studies Comparative Literature Complex Systems Comprehensive Studies Program Computer Science Contexts for Classics Copernicus Program in Polish Studies E Earth and Environmental Sciences Ecology and Evolutionary Biology EEB Economics Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies EIHS English Language and Literature English Language Institute ELI Environment Program in the PITE European Studies Center for CES G Germanic Languages and Literatures Global and Intercultural Study Center for CGIS Global Change Program Global Scholars Program GSP Greek and Roman History Program in IPGRH H Health Science Scholars Program HSSP Helen Zell Writers Program Herbarium History History of Art Honors Program I Informatics Institute for the Humanities Intergroup Relations IGR International and Comparative Studies Program in PICS International Institute Islamic Studies Program ISP Instructional Support Services ISS J Japanese Studies Center for CJS Judaic Studies Frankel Center for K Kelsey Museum of Archaeology L Language Resource Center Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center for LACS Latina o Studies Program Linguistics Lloyd Hall Scholars Program M Mathematics Medieval and Early Modern Studies Mediterranean Perspective on Global History and Culture Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics Michigan Community Scholars Program MCSP Michigan in Washington Program MIW Michigan Learning Communities MLC Michigan Research Community MRC Middle Eastern and North African Studies Center for CMENAS Modern Greek Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology MCDB Museum of Anthropological Archaeology Museum of Natural History Museum of Paleontology Museum of Zoology Museum Studies N Nam Center for Korean Studies NCKS Native American Studies Program Near Eastern Studies O Organizational Studies P Philosophy Philosophy Politics and Economics Program in PPE Physics Political Science Psychology R Residential College Romance Languages and Literatures Russian East European and Eurasian Studies Center for CREES S Science Learning Center SLC Science Technology and Society Program STS Screen Arts and Cultures Semester in Detroit Shared Services Slavic Languages

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  • Support LSA | University of Michigan
    that a powerful pragmatic broad education can transform hearts and minds can solve problems in an ever changing world and can yield ideas and innovation across every discipline The College s fundraising efforts are focused on three areas students Michigan and the world The College has also developed priorities for each of its departments Please click below for more information on investing in the next victory for LSA Party Gift

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