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  • College of Literature, Science, and the Arts | University of Michigan
    cream but addiction to some foods could be no laughing matter Read more Buy Buy Privacy the michigan difference 12 7 2015 Planning to do some online holiday shopping LSA Ph D student Darren Stevenson explains how advertisers get and use your personal data to predict what you ll buy and sometimes even what you ll pay Read more Detroit Food Academy the michigan difference 11 23 2015 As a patron and purveyor of delicious healthy food LSA alumnus Noam Kimelman helps bring local high school kids together with entrepreneurs in Detroit to inspire better living through better eating Read more For Many Profs Twitter Is Where It s the michigan difference 11 16 2015 Twitter is transforming the way LSA professors interact with peers engage with students and share insights about their favorite TV shows er research Read more Student Government the michigan difference 11 2 2015 How Zachary Ackerman beat the odds to become the first U M student in decades to be elected to Ann Arbor s City Council and what he plans to do once he s there Read more MORE LSA TODAY in the ARCHIVES Even more LSA LSA Elsewhere Robin Means Coleman Featured in

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  • LSA Students | University of Michigan
    Through the 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

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  • LSA Faculty & Staff | University of Michigan
    Modern Language Association MLA January 4 2016 Professor David Potter Featured in Paul Krugman s New York Times Op Ed December 1 2015 U M Physics Professor Tim Chupp Explains the Science of Diving January 15 2016 National Geographic Features Interview With Anthropology Professor Jason De León December 10 2015 Timothy McKay Arthur F Thurnau Professor Elected Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science November 24 2015 LSA

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  • LSA Research | University of Michigan
    language is and who really uses it Supreme Court Q A LSA Dean Andrew D Martin offers his take on the issues currently before the Supreme Court and explains his fascination with this anti democratic institution Get Smart LSA social psychologist Richard Nisbett s latest book builds on a career spent studying the way people think in order to help us make better decisions Buy Buy Privacy LSA Ph D student Darren Stevenson explains how advertisers get and use your personal data to predict what you ll buy and sometimes even what you ll pay Food Addiction Eat Drink and Be Wary People might joke that they re addicted to cookies or a favorite flavor of ice cream but LSA Professor Ashley Gearhardt s research suggests that addiction to some foods could be no laughing matter LSA Research Humanities LSA Research Natural Sciences LSA Research Social LSA Research Office Research News Research by Prof Muniba Saleem Shows Negative News About Muslims Fuels Support for Policies Against Them January 6 2016 Prof Paul N Edwards s Editorial on Transitioning to a Low Carbon Energy System Featured as Top Story in The Conversation November 23 2015 Study by Sari Van Anders of

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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 Economics and Classical Archaeology Alumnus Dimitri Nakassis A B 97 Named 2015 MacArthur Fellow 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

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  • Events | College of Literature, Science, and the Arts | University of Michigan
    of Natural History Date 01 31 2016 12 00PM to 5 00 PM Location UM Museum of Natural History 1109 Geddes Avenue Ann Arbor MI 48109 TBD Clinical Science Brown Bag Read More Speaker Andrew Pomerville Doctoral Student Academic Unit Psychology Date 02 01 2016 9 00 AM to 10 00 AM Location 4464 East Hall Beyond Control F Text Mining Across the Disciplines Read More Academic Unit Institute for the Humanities Date 02 01 2016 9 00AM to 5 00PM Location Palmer Commons 100 Washtenaw Ave Help Us Develop Our Mammoth Exhibit Read More Academic Unit Museum of Natural History Date 02 01 2016 9 00 AM to 5 00 PM Location UM Museum of Natural History 1109 Geddes Avenue Ann Arbor MI 48109 Four Field Colloquium Series Recent progress in the study of Andean origins Read More Speaker Kurt Rademaker Northern Illinois University Academic Unit Anthropology Date 02 01 2016 3 00PM to 4 00PM Location 411 West Hall II Round Table Europe s Right Turn The Political Shift in Hungary Poland and France Read More Academic Unit International Institute Date 02 01 2016 4 00 PM to 5 30 PM Location 1636 SSWB Biophysics Seminar Title Advances and Applications in Modern Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Liquid State Hyperpolarization and Solid State Methods for Amyloid Fibrils Read More Speaker Kevin Donovan Massachusetts Institute of Technology Academic Unit Biophysics Date 02 01 2016 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 1400 Chemistry note room location HEP ASTRO SEMINAR Low Energy Probes of High Energy Physics Read More Speaker David Moore Stanford Academic Unit Physics Date 02 01 2016 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall LSADEI Plan A Thon Student Workshop Read More Academic Unit LSA Date 02 01 2016 06 30PM to 08 45PM Location Michigan League Ballroom Help Us Develop Our Mammoth Exhibit Read More Academic Unit Museum of Natural History Date 02 02 2016 9 00 AM to 5 00 PM Location UM Museum of Natural History 1109 Geddes Avenue Ann Arbor MI 48109 COMPLEX SYSTEMS SEMINAR Cohesion Fragmentation and Power The Role of Inadvertent Robust Action Read More Speaker Mark Mizruchi UM Academic Unit Physics Date 02 02 2016 11 30 AM to 1 00 PM Location 411 West Hall Complex Systems Seminar Series Presents Cohesion Fragmentation and Power The Role of Inadvertent Robust Action Read More Speaker Mark Mizruchi University of Michigan Department of Sociology and Department of Organizational Behavior Academic Unit Center for the Study of Complex Systems Date 02 02 2016 11 30 AM to 1 00 PM Location 411 West Hall FoRMS Medieval Lunch Feasting on a Chocolate Covered Tarantula The Siege of Jerusalem in Annus Domini Time Read More Speaker Miriamne Krummel U M Frankel Institute for Judaic Studies Academic Unit Medieval and Early Modern Studies Date 02 02 2016 12 00PM to 1 00PM Location 1014 Tisch Hall LRCCS Noon Lecture Series Schema and Substance in a Northern Song Vessel Read More Speaker Jeffrey Moser Assistant Professor of the History of Art and Architecture Brown University Academic Unit Center for Chinese Studies Date 02 02 2016 12 00PM to 1 00PM Location Room 1636 School of Social Work Building CM AMO SEMINAR Read More Speaker Onur Hosten Stanford Academic Unit Physics Date 02 02 2016 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 335 West Hall COLLEGIATE PROFESSORSHIP INAUGURAL LECTURE Heat Rises 100 Years of Rayleigh Bénard Convection Read More Speaker Charles R Doering Academic Unit Physics Date 02 02 2016 4 10 PM to 5 00 PM Location Alumni Center Founders Room Newnan Advising Center Professional Development Series Distress Signals Supporting Students Facing Mental Health Challenges The CRLT players will present a program on working with students who may exhibit concerning behavior We think this will be a wonderful complement to our presentation this past fall when we heard from several campus mental health professionals Read More Academic Unit Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center Date 02 03 2016 8 30 AM to 10 00 AM Location 340 West Hall Fulbright Information Session Read More Academic Unit International Institute Date 02 03 2016 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 1644 SSWB HET BROWN BAG SEMINAR Drama From Strings Read More Speaker Matthew Dodelson Stanford Academic Unit Physics Date 02 03 2016 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 3481 Randall Laboratory DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM Dark Matter in the Cosmos Are We Close to Discovery Read More Speaker Savvas M Koushiappas Brown University Academic Unit Physics Date 02 03 2016 4 00 PM to 5 00 PM Location 340 West Hall Frankel Institute Lecture Series on Wrestling with Angels The Struggle Between Sacred and Secular in Jewish Life The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible Read More Speaker Eva Mroczek Frankel Fellow Academic Unit Judaic Studies Frankel Center for Date 02 03 2016 07 00 PM Location JCC of Metro Detroit 6600 W Maple Rd West Bloomfield CJS Cinemanga Film Series Lone Wolf and Cub Sword of Vengeance Kozure Okami Ko Wo Kashi Ude Kasha Tsukamatsuru Read More Academic Unit Center for Japanese Studies CJS Date 02 03 2016 7 00PM to 9 00PM Location State Theatre 233 South State Street Ann Arbor Gender Feminist Psychology Brown Bag No Personality Social Contexts Brown Bag Read More Speaker Jes Matsick Joint Ph D Candidate in Psychology in Women s Studies Academic Unit Psychology Date 02 04 2016 12 00 PM to 1 00 PM Location 4464 East Hall CJS Noon Lecture Series Medical Error in Japan A Subsurface Tangle of Law and Politics Read More Speaker Robert B Leflar Ben J Altheimer Professor of Legal Advocacy Professor University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Academic Unit Center for Japanese Studies CJS Date 02 04 2016 12 00PM to 1 30PM Location Room 1636 School of Social Work Building UMAPS Research Colloquium Read More Speaker Emmanuel Miyingo Uganda Elisabeth Nansubuga Uganda Leon Tsambu Bulu Democratic Republic of the Congo Academic Unit African Studies Center ASC Date 02

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  • Departments & Units | College of Literature, Science, and the Arts | University of Michigan
    Complex Systems Comprehensive Studies Program Computer Science Contexts for Classics Copernicus Program in Polish Studies Culture Cognition 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 Institute for Research in Astrophysics MIRA 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 Prison Creative Arts Project PCAP 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

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  • Support LSA | University of Michigan
    three areas students Michigan and the world The College has also developed priorities for each of its departments Please click the buttons at right for more information on investing in the next victory for LSA From Tragedy to Hope How Jim Gartenberg s Family is Keeping His Memory Alive Through an LSA Scholarship Michigan Memories Alumni Larry and Susan Kessler Honor U M Experiences by Funding New Institute in Psychology

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