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  • UM Biophysics Symposium
    Rice University Prof Aiden will give two talks entitled A 3D Code in the Human Genome The Quantitative Analysis of Culture Registration is free Search for Upcoming Events There are no upcoming events View Calendar Add Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML Introduction to Biophysics What is Biophysics Source Introduction to Biophysics Week What is

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  • your technology needs are We know that there is a spectrum of comfortability with technology that s why we aim to provide assistance at your own pace and as often as you d like So let us make trying something new easy on you Your BlueCorps Advisor will work with you and your schedule We can help Faculty and Staff members prepare new materials and even attend class sessions to

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  • CALC | UM | Department of Chemistry
    trip Kellogg World Headquarters Territorial Brewing sign up here Friday Apr 15 Seminar Dr Dani Schultz and Dr Jameson Bothe A Day in the Life at Merck for a First Year Chemist How and Why Two Michigan Grads Choose a Career in Industry 12 1 00 PM Rm 1300 1 2 00 PM Rm 1706 sign up here Wed April 27 Panel Biotechnology Start ups in Ann Arbor Entrepreneurial Ventures and How to get Involved David Esposito CEO Armune Biosciences Jim Arthurs COO Armune Bioscience Priya Gogoi Founder and Board Member Celsee Diagnostics Yixing Wang CSO Celsee Diagnostics sign up here April 27 2016 Seminar Biotechnology Start Ups in Ann Arbor report coming April 15 2016 Seminar A Day in the Life at Merck for a First Year Chemist How and Why Two Michigan Grads Choose a Career in Industry Dr Jameson Bothe and Dr Dani Schultz April 1 2016 Seminar Field Trip report coming March 18 2016 Seminar Translating your PhD into a Successful Career in Industry Dr Ian Stewart ExxonMobil Sometimes the company may present an opportunity for you to move around potentially to a managerial role Accepting or declining this opportunity is a reflection on your own motivations Specifically if you like getting your hands dirty building your expertise in the technical field of interest and more generally working in the lab then you may consider saying no to a managerial ladder If you want to apply yourself in a different area and prove yourself as a learner then you may be interested in a managerial role See the full report March 11 2016 Panel Food Chemistry Prof Gale Strasburg MSU Dept Food Science and Nutrition Dr Poulson Joseph Kalsec Inc CPDO and CALC UM welcomed Jeff Swada Gale Strasburg and Poulson Joseph to the Chemistry department for an overview of the food chemistry landscape Additionally they provided valuable insight about how the specific expertise of chemists can be beneficial for getting a job in food chemistry See the full report November 9 2015 Seminar Human Centered Design report coming November 6 2015 panel U M Courses of CALC UM Interest On Friday November 6 th we hosted CALC UM s Courses to Consider panel to introduce Chemistry graduate students to valuable courses outside of the Chemistry department The panel featured classes and professors or students from three departments the Ford School of Public Policy the Center for Entrepreneurship and the Ross School of Business See the full report October 30 2015 Seminar Working with Start Ups Dr Margaret McCammon MEDC Michigan Economic Development Corporation an entrepreneur and investment portfolio manager in the chemical sciences to share her career experiences as well as educate students and faculty on the resources available for start ups in Michigan For more information and a video of the presentation see the full report Friday October 9 2015 Seminar on P reparing for Interviews Dr Scott Osborne Procter Gamble gave an information filled seminars based on his years of experience with interviewing

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  • CSBYC, Center for the Study Black Youth In Context | Center for the Study of Black Youth In Context
    American children and youth A primary mission of the CSBYC is to better understand the many assets and resources of Black youth the strengths they possess as well as those they draw on from family school and communities to support their positive development and protect them against risks and challenges they may experience A related CSBYC mission is cultivating authentic relationships and partnerships with local communities This is critical to

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  • CATJ26 at University of Michigan | 第26回中西部日本語教師会
    Conference venue Michigan League 911 N University Ann Arbor MI 48109 Dinner venue University of Michigan Museum of Art Entitled Connecting Across Generations the main goal of the conference is to bring together Japanese language teachers from different generations in a forum focusing on strategies and innovative methods for maintaining and building healthy Japanese language programs across the country To this end we will provide opportunities which encourage all participants at any level to share their thoughts ideas and teaching experiences Additionally we are meeting to honor Professor Michio Tsutsui for his contribution to Japanese language education Professor Tsutsui co author of the Japanese Grammar Dictionary series and the intermediate textbook Tobira has taught Japanese at all levels and is a pioneer in the teaching of Japanese for Specific Purposes Emeritus Professor Seiichi Makino Princeton University Professor Shigeru Miyagawa Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Naomi McGloin University of Wisconsin Professor Wesley Jacobsen Harvard University and Professor Osamu Kamada Nanzan University will join us in this celebration as invited presenters Papers related to the main theme addressing pre college and or college level language education issues are strongly encouraged Papers on topics related to Japanese pedagogy in general linguistics second language

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  • CSIE | UM | Department of Chemistry
    our inaugural symposium we have chosen to highlight the recent revisions on our undergraduate laboratory courses for break out sessions in the afternoon CSIE UM 2015 Symposium Friday June 19 2015 University of Michigan Chemistry Building All session in the Lower Atrium Keynote in Room 1640 CHEM 10 00 AM registration and snacks 10 20 AM welcome 10 30 AM panel discussion on laboratory design challenges 12 00 PM poster session and lunch 01 30 PM hands on lab sessions 03 00 PM keynote address by Elizabeth Vogel Taylor MIT Research Inspired Biochemistry in the MIT Undergraduate Laboratories The academic biotech and pharmaceutical research in and around the MIT campus provides a natural opportunity to connect the skills and concepts from the chemistry curriculum to cutting edge applications As part of the Howard Hughes Professorship Program we have developed resources that integrate current research into both lecture and laboratory courses Registration Details REGISTER by midnight Friday June 12 2015 There is no cost to attend the Symposium and lunch is provided However to gauge the food and space needs we do require pre registration You can Register to attend the symposium activities including the lunch Register to present a poster Register to participate in a hands on laboratory experience If you are registering to present a poster over the lunch hour please be prepared to submit a poster title and list of author names when you register Poster boards 4 4 feet and easels will be available for displaying your work If you are registering to participate in one of the afternoon hand on laboratory experiences you will be asked to choose one of the following Tailoring upstairs research for downstairs learning in general chemistry laboratory Introducing group meeting style discussion to organic chemistry I laboratory Planning an optimization experiment in organic chemistry II laboratory Design and analysis of a microfluidics system using Agar in chemical analysis laboratory Video from the poster session https www youtube com watch v k0meyR9nkvI FALL 2014 Program Schedule WINTER 2015 Program Schedule April 17 2015 Panel What is Honors Professor Brian Coppola Dr Heidi Henrickson Dr Ginger Shultz and Dr Amy Gottfried served as the panelists Panelists agreed that the purpose of Honors was to broaden and deepen the students undergraduate experience in the discipline in whatever way that made sense for the course the instructor and the department Different models for earning Honors credit exist including supplemental instruction specially designated course sections and Honors conversions for individual students For more information about this session please see the News entry for April 17 2015 April 16 2015 Visit from Professor Teaster Baird SFSU Professor Teaster Baird from San Francisco State University SFSU for a series of discussions on inclusive teaching and a seminar of his current work To start the day Professor Baird met with several CSIE UM graduate students and post doctoral fellows for an informal breakfast to get to know the students and answer any questions they had Over lunch Professor Baird

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  • Japanese Studies Radio Hour
    m4a To download right click the link below and click Save target as Reflecting on the 3 11 Disasters Mieko Yoshihama Professor of Social Work School of Social Work Satsuki Takahashi Toyota Visiting Professor Assistant Professor of Anthropology George Mason University This episode features a discussion with Prof Mieko Yoshihama University of Michigan School of Social Work and Prof Satsuki Takahashi U M CJS Toyota Visiting Professor George Mason University Dept of Sociology and Anthropology about their on going research projects in northeastern Japan which was devastated by a massive earthquake tsunami and nuclear disaster five years ago this month The photos described in the interview can be viewed below These photos are taken from the book PhotoVoice Japan To check out the this book from the U M library please see this link mirlyn lib umich edu Record 013660947 Japan Twang 300 Years of Tsugaru jamisen March 29 2016 April 5 2016 Eric Couillard Interview with Sato Michiyoshi and Joshua Solomon http sites lsa umich edu cjs blog wp content uploads sites 333 2016 03 shamisen podcast interview mp3 To download right click the link below and click Save target as Interview Shamisen performance by Sato Michiyoshi feat Joshua Solomon https umich box com shared static 611l7heo1038kjpdhn2zn3lo3zxruowy mp3 To download right click the link below and click Save target as Performance Enjoy an entertaining and educational concert with shamisen virtuoso Sato Michiyoshi on his first US tour Sato is an award winning performer of Tsugaru jamisen a dynamic style of music played with a three stringed Japanese banjo called a shamisen The style has been adapted for contemporary audiences and Sato himself glides between traditional jazz rock and neo folk modes performing solo with his father and with his genre crossing Kotobuki BAND In this one hour performance Sato

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  • Core Assay Facility | University of Michigan Psychology Department
    steroid hormones e g cortisol testosterone progesterone and estradiol in saliva samples with radioimmunoassay methods Other hormones can also be assessed e g prolactin other substrates can be accommodated e g serum urine or feces and other methods can be employed e g enzymimmunoassays Who can use the CAF The CAF s assay services are available to researchers from within the University of Michigan The CAF employs a lab technician who supervises all activity in the lab and can perform hormone assays Researchers may send samples directly to the lab to be assayed by our laboratory technician on a recharge basis In addition to assay services the CAF also serves as a training facility for faculty and students who are interested in including measures of hormones and immune system functioning in their research We anticipate offering one training session each semester with CAF Director Jacinta Beehner and the laboratory technician Customers with sufficient training in hormone assessment and general laboratory techniques can also run their own assays in the CAF for a lower recharge rate The CAF is not licensed for clinical assessment of endocrine status As such results generated by the CAF neither substitute proper clinical assessment of endocrine status nor should they be interpreted clinically How can you incorporate hormones into your research In recent years more and more studies whether biological ecological behavioral sociological psychological or anthropological in nature are benefiting from the addition of a hormone component when answering questions about biological responses to specific stimuli In addition to opening up a whole new set of questions hormone profiles from subjects can also help to answer to the questions you are already asking It has grown much easier to incorporate hormones into otherwise non biological research because recent developments now allow hormones to be collected non

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